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Erkin Oncan

Erkin Öncan, Turkish journalist focusing on war zones and social movements around the world.
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May 9, 2024
What Syrian leader Assad said about socialist construction and Chinese socialism

Although it is not openly accepted by the West, everyone is aware that the Syrian war has ended and the Baath Party will complete this process successfully.

March 14, 2024
Nuclear Threat, World War III and Turkey: Balance Policy or a Game?

Is Turkey’s rhetorical stance of “balancing” a genuine attempt at strategic equilibrium, or merely an endeavor to occupy multiple positions simultaneously?

March 7, 2024
Why Are Gagauz People Against the EU?

The Gagauz leadership representing a Turkic identity is aligned with Russia, with deep historical and cultural ties to the Russian world.

November 21, 2023
2004, 2014, 2022: What Is Ukraine Celebrating?

The rivalry between pro-Western and pro-Russian factions in post-Soviet Ukraine ended with the victory of those advocating full surrender to the West. ❗️Join us on Telegram, Twitter , and VK. Contact us: info@strategic-culture.su “Dignity and Freedom Day” is currently being celebrated in Ukraine, marking […]

November 15, 2023
Ações dinâmicas da UE na Geórgia, Moldávia e Ucrânia: Preparadas para “Revoluções Coloridas”

As potenciais transformações no Sul do Cáucaso estão intimamente ligadas à estratégia de contenção da Rússia, tal como aconteceu na Ucrânia e na Moldávia.

November 11, 2023
EU’s Dynamic Actions in Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine: Poised for ‘Color Revolutions’

The potential transformations in the South Caucasus are closely tied to Russia’s containment strategy, much like what unfolded in Ukraine and Moldova.

November 5, 2023
Europe in the Crossfire: Can All Crises Be Managed Simultaneously?

Nations advocating multipolarity, stability, and security face threats of military encirclement, coups, and color revolutions, Erkin Öncan writes.

September 23, 2023
Crisis in the South Caucasus: Examining the Shifting Dynamics in Azerbaijan-Armenia Relations

The pivotal factor in shifting the balance in favor of Azerbaijan was undeniably the Pashinyan government and its political orientation.

March 13, 2023
The Colour Revolution Is on the March: What’s Going on in Georgia?

The Western-backed activists, who took to the streets with EU flags against the “foreign agents” bill, were actually marching against the Georgian version of a law enacted by the USA in 1939.

February 26, 2023
The West’s Narrative of the ‘Russian Threat’: A Tool for Destabilization and Hegemonic Control

The Western world’s threat narrative seeks to disrupt the concept of multipolarity by imposing sanctions and military deterrence.

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