In the post-Lausanne world, Erdogan can be considered the only highly influential leader in the Arab world to focus exclusively on rebuilding the Islamic system and Ottonomic values in the world. This factor also worries Arab leaders, as their power is the support of Muslims and Muslim countries, but in recent years they have betrayed their own Muslim people around the world by refusing against them with the West. Take the case of Yemen; They were brutally bombed by their own Muslim brothers, who stung the fact that Yemen is nothing but a white dot on white paper in front of Saudi Arabia. The assassination of Saddam Hussein, the assassination of Yasser Ar-afat, the assassination of Hariri, all results of the Uninterrupted support of the Arabs for the West. But times are now on an eastern scale. Tur-key will be there to replace the influence of the Arabs on the M-uslims community, and the facade of muslim representations will be reversed. These plans are not child`s play; The Turkish establishment will have to assume immeasurable illegitimate diplomacy and patience. The reconquest of their country will no longer be an obstacle, but only an effective diplomacy of the Turks. When Russia annexed Crimea, China recently annexed territories from Indian territory to Ladakh.
Not only that, but Israel also flagrantly violates international law and annexes the Palestinian country by arguing that these countries belong to Jews. They consider these territories to be biblical, historical and political belonging to the Jews. Such claims will be made by Turkey in the near future, as these countries historically and “legally” belong to the Turks. Nor will the date of application of the treaty matter to Turkey and the international community. However, with the end of the treaty, it is assumed that after the signing, the “dissemination of the message” has caused political tensions between Turkey and some EU countries. The Treaty of Lausanne led to the international recognition of the sovereignty of the new Republic of Turkey as the successor state to the dissolved Ottoman Empire.  As a result of the treaty, the Ottoman public debt was divided between Turkey and the countries born of the former Ottoman Empire.  The Strait Convention lasted only thirteen years and was replaced in 1936 by the Montreux Convention on the Strait Regime. The customs restrictions of the treaty were revised shortly thereafter. Ankara, for example, hesitated to join the Western anti-Gaddafi coalition in 2011, because Turkish businessmen did fast business in Libya last year with nearly $10 billion. When the civil war broke out in Syria shortly after the insurgency in Libya began, Erdogan and Davutoglu strove from the beginning to be on the right side of history – and were probably a little embarrassed that improving relations with bashar al-Assad`s regime was one of the most important and profitable achievements of the “zero problem” policy.
Regarding the link between the imminent end of the convention and the political tensions between Turkey and some countries of the European Union, observers wonder: “Is there an article of international law that provides for the validity of international treaties only for a hundred years?”, and note that “Germany terminated the treaty in the 30s, twenty years after its signing, does Turkey have the opportunity to do so? The Turkish lira is the second worst currency in the world this month with a decline of more than 4% against the dollar and extends its losses for the year to more than 18%, Goldman Sachs reported. . . .