When the current Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu was in charge of the country’s foreign policy, he outlined a bold principle for its regional behavior: “zero problems with neighbors.”
Davutoğlu reiterate's that Ankara sees establishing security zones and no-fly zones in northern Syria as a must for Turkish participation in the international coalition
Davutoğlu should first prove that he is Turkey’s prime minister if he wants to be taken as the opposition’s political counterpart, Kılıçdaroğlu says, criticizing President Erdoğan’s constant political interventions
A total of six Turkish companies have won the tender to supply 80 percent of the steel pipe demand of the 1,800 km-long TANAP pipeline that will carry Azerbaijani gas to Europe via Turkey.
The ruling AKP plans to bestow sweeping powers on the security forces to crush protests, while also claiming to be advancing the peace process with Kurds
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The Pakistanis would not, but how many of the rest of the world still remembers the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan?
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'We will make them pay dearly' Turkish President Erdoğan vowed in a speech in eastern Turkey’s Bayburt yesterday. 'Like they paid for what they did in Bingöl, they will pay more in future,' he said.
The ruling AKP has not hidden its pleasure over preliminary results in a key vote at Turkey's top judicial body, in which candidates reportedly supported by the government scored an overwhelming success
The leader of Turkey’s main nationalist opposition party has strongly urged President Erdoğan to cease holding 'political rallies' during visits which are financed by state funds
Davutoğlu vowed to take tougher measures to avoid street violence by empowering security forces
Turkish and US military officials are continuing to discuss the use of Turkish military bases, including the İncirlik base, and its airspace in the fight against ISIL in Iraq and Syria, sources said
Whether in Idlib or Mosul, only the locals of areas under ISIL control can throw off the group’s yoke, PM Davutoğlu while again targeting al-Assad
Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu took a risky step when asking Abdullah Öcalan, the imprisoned leader of the outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) to use his influence over his followers to stop the violence
Turkish Deputy Prime Minister Yalçın Akdoğan reacts to pressure to force the country do more aganist jihadists
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I flew to Washington, D.C., on Monday to participate in the 2014 Annual Meetings of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank Group
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Mr. Davutoğlu once claimed that he knows Syria and the Middle East polity too well as evinced by the fact, in his words, that 'he traveled to Damascus 62 times and knows the city street by street'
The idea of asking for the assistance of Abdullah Öcalan, the imprisoned leader of the PKK, began to become clear in the minds of Turkish officials in morning hours of Oct. 8
Prime Minister Davutoğlu accuses Turkey's main opposition leader Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu of 'treason' over his statements on recent protests and calls on him to 'keep silent'
NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg has announced that the international coalition against jihadists in Syria are discussing issues
Although many of Turkey’s political actors have raced to deliver messages of calm amid heightened tension, the prime minister and the main opposition leader have taken off the gloves, accusing each other of being unreasonable --and engaging in a spat over 'a thing'
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