Israel has signaled it may compensate families of some of the victims of its aid-flotilla raid in comments during a covert meeting between Turkish and Israeli officials.
These are some of the major headlines and their summaries in Turkish press on June 30, 2010. The Hürriyet Daily News does not verify these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
Turkish diplomacy has suffered a major setback and foreign policy a major loss with the nuclear fuel swap agreement not being adopted
The EU has made a positive gesture to Turkey, nudging forward Ankara's laborious membership talks amid fears that Europe's refusal to embrace the country is pushing it 'eastward.'
As Ankara faces different perspectives on various of its foreign policy initiatives, competing ambitions are becoming apparent making it difficult for a coherent Turkish foreign policy to be enacted
As Turkey is continually refining foreign policy, Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu speaks about a natural inclination to develop mutually beneficial relationships with countries in the region, while addressing regional problems is viewed as both natural and desirable by those with whom Turkey shares a common history and culture.
No one doubts that in these difficult days, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s visit to Greece last month was an excellent publicity stunt both for him and George Papandreou.
The ongoing fight between the government and Google leaves Turkish Internet users out in the cold, unable to access some of the most popular sites on the web. While officials argue that a refusal to register and pay taxes in Turkey is behind the problem, experts say the economy and freedom of expression should not be held hostage to such spats
Terror is the leading issue for Turkey and it could be repelled by a long-running, rational policy, said President Abdullah Gül on Thursday in Istanbul.
These are sad times indeed for those with a strong attachment to Israel and an equal and longstanding respect for Turkey.
The Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe said it has written to the Turkish government to urge it to lift recent restrictions on Internet websites.
The European Union must avoid taking steps that hinder the integration process of the Balkan countries, Turkish President Abdullah Gül said.
No doubt, this is going to be a long, hot summer, and Mr. Erdogan’s treasure box may have depleted a little bit when it has ended.
Turkey is determined to engage all diplomatic channels to solve Iran’s nuclear program issues and Brazil is still in on the deal.
Turkey will resume its cooperation efforts with the Balkan countries, particularly with Bosnia and Herzegovina, in order to promote stability in the region, Turkey’s foreign minister says.
Besotted by the language of 'strategic partnership' it invented for Ankara's benefit, the U.S. has been slow to see how Turkey's perspective and interests have changed.
Turkey and Kazakhstan discussed an 'action plan' of regional support for Kyrgyzstan after a key referendum in the turbulent country, Turkey's foreign minister told Anatolia news agency Monday.
The recent thoughts shared with the Daily News by futurist George Friedman are all the more critical after another round of terrorist attacks in Turkey.
Turkey should realize its potential as the sole mediator in the Islamic world that could bring peace to the Middle East, an American political scientist has said.
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s vision seems to be limited solely to the Arab world.