Category: SEMİH İDİZ
Turks are a lugubrious people. Admitting to anything good happening to them seems innately painful. The Turk mournfully lamenting ...
German tourism giant TUI said Wednesday its losses widened in its first quarter owing to...
Russia has signed contracts to sell 120 T-90C tanks to Algeria and 30 to Turkmenistan...
Armored vehicles patrolled Bahrain’s capital in a security clampdown yesterday to deter protesters from retaking Pearl Square
US President Barack Obama speaks about his 2013 Budget, consisting of $3.8 trillion, to students at Northern Virginia Community College in Annandale, Virginia.
Since the beginning of the Arab Spring, observers from the United States have portrayed Turkey as a model country that ...
Diane Kruger opened the 62nd Berlin film festival on Feb 9 with “Farewell My Queen,” an erotically and politically charged drama about a lovelorn Marie Antoinette on the eve of the French Revolution.
Neither the political unrest in north Africa and the Middle East, nor the ongoing debt crisis in Europe hurt Turkey’s overall exports in 2011, a recent study says
Turkey is intent on forming an international platform to resolve the crisis in Syria, Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu said Feb. 9 while reiterating that Ankara could not remain indifferent to a massacre in its region.
Tunisian President Marzouki wants a renewed push for the Maghreb Union. The union will be modeled...
Despite a recent rise in support for ultras in the wake of the Port Said deaths, militant football fans...
Turkey and Iran have staked out opposing positions in Syria...
Spanish photographer Samuel Aranda won the 2011 World Press Photo of the Year award...
As close neighbors of the EU and Turkey, the Arab countries possess political, economic and social importance.
Turkey’s Parliament has passed a bill that will allow the government to postpone by up to one year the tax payments of entrepreneurs who suffer economic losses due to political unrest in foreign countries and natural disasters at home.
Category: MURAT YETKİN
Hakan Fidan, the head of Turkish National Intelligence Organization (MİT), was summoned Feb. 7 by a specially authorized Istanbul prosecutor ...
Could Turkey serve as a model for the new Arab regimes? Ever since the beginning of the Arab Spring analysts in the West ...
The period of cheap oil has came to an end due to possible short or long term crisis in the Middle East over political and social transitions of the Arab Spring
These days Russia is experiencing an interesting, important and perhaps even dangerous process that, up until now, no one could ever imagine.
Turkey’s main opposition leader castigated the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) in an open letter to the Washington Post yesterday
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