The United States' sole dissenting vote on a draft UN resolution critical of Israel's raid on a Gaza-bound aid ship has drawn a negative reaction from FM Davutoğlu.
Anders Fogh Rasmussen, the secretary-general of NATO, is set to pay a visit to Turkey on Oct. 7, private channel NTV reported Thursday.
The pulse of Turkish-US relations is beating high. Turkey, with its minimize loss' mentality, increased its efforts.
Turkish and Syrian Cabinets will meet Oct. 2-3 to examine every aspect of their relations. Diplomats say it will be a preparatory meeting ahead of the full meeting with the two countries’ prime ministers later this year. Terrorism is expected to be one of the top issues
Foreign Ministry Deputy Undersecretary Engin Soysal has been named the UN's special envoy for flood-hit Pakistan, an appointment announced Monday.
Washington's special Mideast envoy, using a slim lifeline from the Palestinians, rushed to the region on an emergency mission to keep peace talks from collapsing just weeks after they began.
A UN probe has said there is clear evidence to back prosecutions against Israel for killing and torture when its troops stormed a Gaza-bound aid flotilla in May. (UPDATED)
Turkey will take every step necessary to realize security, peace and stability in the Balkans, Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu said Thursday.
Erdoğan's attitude is not comparable to anyone else’s. Ideologically and pragmatically he has played a very important role in Turkey’s politics.
Concerns over the environment topped an informal meeting of foreign ministers of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation Organization, or BSEC, on Tuesday in New York.
United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon praised Turkey's diplomatic leadership and active participation in regional issues at a meeting Tuesday.
Turkey wants to enhance its OAS, Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu said Tuesday on the sidelines of the U.N. General Assembly meeting.
Turkish-American relations have always been defined as a ‘strategic partnership.’ We take this definition for too granted, without asking what exactly it is.
Washington cannot accept Erdoğan and Davutoğlu acting independently.We either need to explain ourselves better or prepare for possible road accidents.
The Western world, and the EU in particular, should question itself about its role in increasing negative sentiment toward the West in the minds of Turks
The government discusses political reforms whose implementation is a must for membership in the EU and agrees that the approval of the new charter by the majority of the public will help Turkey be 'stronger' at the negotiating table with Brussels
Since it came to power in 2002, the leadership of the AKP has been craving more attention for Turkey and made it clear that it wants Turkey to be the center of gravity in its own region.
Prime Minister Erdoğan visits the tomb of executed Prime Minister Menderes following the approval of a constitutional reform package. Reform proposals were approved by 58 percent of the public in a vote on Sept. 12, the symbolic 30th anniversary of the 1980 military coup. The AKP based its campaign upon settling accounts with coup plotters
With Turkey chairing the United Nations’ Security Council during September, President Abdullah Gül is departing for the assembly Friday to participate in a number of key meetings.
Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu briefed a former Finnish president Thursday about the Turkish constitutional amendments package.
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