Turkey, a bridge country and geography between Blacksea and Mediterrinan, between caucasus and balkans, between middle east and europe, between west and east; thus a struggle area between cultures, understandings, religions, social orders, way of life enginerings, blocs and traditional structures. The known history shows that this struggle has always existed and will always exist. Today, as Turkey is an open country, it has crowded population of intelligence officers and influence agents that can be seen in very few places in the world. As you know, British Ambassador of Ankara, Richard Moore appointed as the British foreign intelligence service MI6 chief. So is this a general situation or an exception? Since Istanbul and Ankara are critical cities, many intelligence officers or diplomats working here are climbing the career ladder much faster than anyone. As before, many diplomats and other officials serving at Turkey in recent years, brought theirs country's head of intelligence services. The CIA's first female chief Gina Haspel, or French intelligence service DGSE chief Bernard Emie also rose in Turkey on the beginning. It is noteworthy that the names of people working in Ankara are brought to the foreign intelligence services of global powers such as the USA, England and France. These names, after spending a significant part of their careers in Turkey topped the intelligence world. Another common point of these names is their speaking Turkish fluently. This is almost a common career point in some specific tasks, desks or working groups, beyond the organization's central presidency. If you look from the opposite angle: its also partly describes that why many parishes, communities, NGOs or capital groups, has historical relations with these structures.