The leaders of Turkey and India have plenty in common.
While Donald Trump's disdain for the alliance has apparently abated, the future is still disturbing.
Other regions may be helpful to Erdoğan for a short time, but they cannot substitute the economic and political contributions Turkey requires of Europe.
The move by the African Union to develop a policy to regulate the impact of firms on human rights puts it ahead of other regions as it seeks to guide companies conducting activities on the continent.
The Conversation Global asked scholars from around the world what they thought of Emmanuel Macron's victory, and what means for their country.
With President Erdoğan increasingly empowered, the 'Kurdish question' is at the forefront once again.
France must now choose between two candidates with strongly opposing visions. The outcome of the May 7 run-off could radically alter France, as well as its position in Europe and in the world.
Wherever past atrocities are denied, truth must be spoken to power.
This referendum is the first time in the democratic history of Turkey that an election has been seen as illegitimate by not only domestic contenders, but by international observers as well.
The Gallipoli campaign has, in recent years, increasingly become part of the culture wars in Turkey associated with the rise of political Islam.
How a once trustworthy NATO ally, an aspiring EU candidate and an emerging power came to be ruled by one strong man.
Experts agree that Turkey is even further polarised after contested unofficial results show President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has won the right to expand his powers.
After years of creeping authoritarianism, Turkey's president is now set up to take the reins in earnest.
Turkey's referendum could lead to a tremendous change in the country's political development, leading to an extremely autocratic regime.
To understand the complexities of the conflict in Syria and what might happen next, it helps to untangle the three layers of strife in the war-torn country.
Whatever the result of Turkey's long-awaited vote on presidential powers, things will get worse before they get better.
The religious arm of Turkey's government, Dinayet, has European authorities up in arms after leaked documents suggested the agency was engaged in international espionage.
If the 'yes' vote prevails in this month's constitutional referendum, the Turkish people may be in the rare position of democratically approving the death of their own democracy.
New research from a multidisciplinary teams of scholars suggests military alliances tie nations together in ways that are not always immediately obvious.
Rather than questioning the rule of law in Turkey, European leaders should look at ultra-nationalism in their own countries.