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TURKISH-QATAR Relations | FRIENDS in NEED | KJ Vids

TURKISH-QATAR Relations | FRIENDS in Need | KJ Vids A week since the Turkish Lira crisis hit the headlines and whilst Erdogan and Trump play out a diplomatic tussle, the Turkish lira improved from record lows after Qatar’s Sheikh – Thamim bin Hamad Al Thani – said Qatar was standing by it “brothers in Turkey,” […]

The Global REFUGEE CRISIS explained

Today, we are witnessing a massive shift of humanity unlike any seen before. Today more than 68 million people around the world are displaced from their homes. VIDEO – This is the same as everyone in the U.K. fleeing and leaving an empty nation behind them or over half the population of Japan going homeless. […]

Understanding ERDOĞAN’S POLITICS | KJ Vids

In June 2018, Turkey’s President Erdogan claimed victory in presidential and parliamentary elections, securing five more years in office. Despite concerns about the economy and a plunging Lira, Erdogan won 53% of the vote with over 90% of ballot boxes opened. His victory triggered a change to a powerful presidential system that places unprecedented powers […]

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IMRAN KHAN and the MILITARY of PAKISTAN | KJ VIDS

Imran Khan and the Military of Pakistan Imran Khan has given hope to millions of Pakistani people around the world with promises of a new Pakistan. He has promised to end corruption and improve education, health and the environment. The charismatic former cricket captain began his political campaign 20 years ago to end the endemic […]

The Iran-Iraq War of 1980-1988

▶ Check out my gear on Kit: https://kit.com/kjvids On 22 September 1980, Iraq invaded Iran triggering a bitter eight-year war which destabilised the region and devastated both countries. The issues that divided the two countries included nationalistic rivalry as well as immediate disputes over frontiers and navigation rights. Saddam Hussein felt directly threatened by the […]

The Geopolitics of Kashmir

China, India and Pakistan, all three of which are nuclear states, have vital strategic interests in Kashmir. Kashmir shares borders with Afghanistan, a country where South Asia meets Central Asia. Central Asia is a geographic bridge between Europe and other parts of Asia. Kashmir is a vital geographic component to China’s Belt and Road Initiative […]

Who was behind the Turkish Coup?

On the night of 15th July 2016, roads were blocked on the Bosphorus Bridge in Istanbul and jets were flying over the Turkish Parliament in Ankara. Tanks brought Istanbul to a standstill as soldiers invaded the headquarters of the ruling party, seized control of the State broadcaster and announced that the army was in charge. […]

The Geopolitics of Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia has an estimated population of 32 million, the 40th largest in the world and 6th largest in the Arab world. Its territory is roughly the size of Turkey, France, Germany and Japan put together. But much of this territory is desert. Saudi Arabia’s arable land per capita, according to the World Bank, is […]

Why Japan Attacked Pearl Harbor

On December 7th 1941, a Japanese attack on the U.S Pacific naval headquarters at Pearl Harbor, damaged or destroyed nearly 20 American ships and more than 300 airplanes in less than two hours which claimed the lives of more than 2,400 people, and wounded 1,000 more. But why did Japan attack Pearl Harbor in 1941? […]