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Question: What is going on? Why the right-wing population of Turkey are in much-hatred against ''The West''? What changed? Short Answer: While Turkey remains a valued NATO ally, a lot has changed. The latest issue is how the United States has responded to the purchase of the Russian S-400 missiles. That placed US national security at risk and thus ...


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The Azerbaijani language is not only a Turkic language like Turkish but even shares the same Western Oghuz subgroup. This points to a long common history of the ancestors of modern Azerbaijani and Turkish speakers. There still seems to be a reasonable degree of mutual intelligibility between speakers of Turkish and Azerbaijani. In addition, Azerbaijanis like ...


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As a Turk, my guess would be historical and ethnic links. I hear the phrase ''We are 2 different states but we are the same nation'' all the time in social media, kind of like China and Taiwan. The only difference is that Azerbaijan and Turkey have very similar ideologies. What did you even expect? Who can Turkey trust, not only in that area, but in the ...


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Turkey and Azerbaijan have historical and cultural links. They are both Muslim countries engaged in a long term dispute with Orthodox Christian countries. Between 1914 and 1923 there was a series of expulsions and massacres collectively known as a the Armenian Genocide, in which about 1.5 million Armenians, then under Turkish/Ottoman rule died and many more ...


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This article seems to sum up pretty well why the Turkish lira is still falling (in 2020): The Turkish currency has hit record lows against the euro and US dollar, despite efforts by its central bank to stop the rot. The fall comes as the effects of the global pandemic and poor economic policy converge. While the pandemic effects are something affected ...


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