Erkin Öncan

Erkin Öncan, Turkish journalist focusing on war zones and social movements around the world.

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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.

October 19, 2022
Uyghur Reality: West’s Insidious Agenda

It is not difficult to see that fabricated fake news used to attack China is the result of a widespread propaganda campaign, Erkin Öncan writes.

October 11, 2022
Nazis in Turkey: Who Is the Leader of the Azov Battalion That Came to Ankara?

Although Turkey follows a ‘balanced’ position in the Ukraine crisis, this balance can often evolve into a zig-zag policy. If this deviation happens to Azov members in Turkey, get ready to watch the heroic stories of Azovists in the Turkish media.

October 9, 2022
The ‘Free’ Hypocrisy of the Western Media: Rupert Murdoch

The “freedom of the press” they speak of is only valid for organizations that will repeat their own narrative.

April 7, 2022
Milestones of Ukraine’s Transformation Towards a Far-Right Puppet-State

The extreme right-wing nature of the Kyiv regime is the result of a long-term political transformation and its origins date back to before the WWII.

February 3, 2022
Between Russia and the USA: Will Turkey’s Zigzags Work in the ‘Ukraine Crisis’?

It is not possible to be at more than one table at the same time, especially in topics such as Ukraine, where tensions are at critical levels, Erkin Öncan writes.