The EU's foreign affairs chief holds talks in Istanbul on Turkey's bid to join the bloc and cooperation on terror. ‘The main objective of the meeting is to reaffirm the EU's commitment to Turkey and explore ways for the EU and Turkey to enhance cooperation in the region,’ the EU statement says
Turkey’s role in international efforts aimed at solving Iran’s ongoing nuclear issue would likely spark a new round of disagreement between Turkey and the United States.
It would be wrong to meet with parties that use terrorism as a political tool, Turkey’s prime minister said Tuesday in criticizing the MHP and the BDP.
Syrian President Bashar Al Assad continues to give us more indications that Turkey’s threats of severing ties with Israel are diminishing the value of Ankara's role in the region.
Terrorism is set to top the agenda when Turkey and the European Union meet Tuesday in Istanbul for a political dialogue meeting.
While a year ago President Barack Obama was newly elected and popular in the Muslim world his reputation has changed dramatically, as have US-Turkey relations
Turkey under the guidance of Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu has been touting itself “as a factor of stability” in the Middle East.
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There are many ramifications to severing relations with Israel that Turkey needs to examine before rhetorically inflammatory further remarks pollute an already strained situation
These are some of the major headlines and their summaries in the Turkish press on July 7, 2010. The Hürriyet Daily News does not verify these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu will pay a visit to London on Thursday to formally meet the new British administration. Cyprus talks will be atop the agenda.
While Turkey has been playing regional mediator recently, it now needs some help mediating an accord with Israel
Turkey cannot step back from the conditions FM Ahmet Davutoğlu listed, and if the first two conditions are not met, there is no other choice but to cut off ties with Israel.
These are some of the major headlines and their summaries in Turkish press on July 6, 2010. The Hürriyet Daily News does not verify these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu arrived in the U.S. capital Tuesday for a summit with President Barack Obama that could see a strong push for direct peace talks with the Palestinians.
FM Davutoğlu had harsh words Tuesday for his Israeli counterpart, the latest salvo in a quarrel that has brought the one-time allies to the brink of cutting ties.
Ankara has conveyed its annoyance to Washington over Hillary Clinton’s visit to the genocide memorial in Yerevan, but has chosen to steer clear of exhibiting a bigger reaction since the secretary of state’s visit was personal and did not produce any official remarks
These are some of the major headlines and their summaries in Turkish press on July 5, 2010. The Hürriyet Daily News does not verify these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
The Turkish and Israeli governments must ratchet down their rhetoric and work to rebuild ties, an Israeli Cabinet minister and a former Israeli spy chief have said.
Turkey’s increasingly messy entanglement with Israel is forcing Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu to change tack on his overall foreign policy vision vis-à-vis the Middle East.
The language of ultimatum all too often sets in place and reinforces trajectories toward ends that may be undesirable.
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