Category: NURAY MERT
I have never invested my hopes on Turkey’s EU membership bid process for the democratization of the country due to various reasons.
Syria is currently tracing a worrying and “dangerous trajectory,” U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon reportedly told Turkey’s foreign minister, according to a U.N. spokesman.
Economic sanctions against France would be detrimental to both sides even though France would...
Eager to raise its international profile, Turkey’s main opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP)...
The European Parliament’s reporter for Turkey, Ria Oomen-Rujiten, said Turkey’s fight against the outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) should be supported by all European countries.
Category: MURAT YETKİN
In a new move on Jan. 13, Turkish police raided a number of houses, offices and party buildings of the Kurdish problem-focused...
The head of the political arm of Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood, Freedom and Justice Party...
Turkish President Abdullah Gül praised his Kyrgyz counterpart Almazbek Atambayev for his leadership during Kyrgyzstan’s political transition following the Central Asian country’s Tulip Revolution in 2005.
Tunisia wanted to benefit from the democratization experience of Turkey...
The murder of an Iranian nuclear scientist ratchets tensions up to a new level even as Tehran vows not to step back on its nuclear program
The fragility of a political fault line across Southwest Asia to the Mediterranean started to...
The United States wants to work with Turkey on the Iranian issue, Deputy Secretary of State William Burns said during a visit with Turkish officials.
Global uncertainty on how to deal with the threats of nuclear weapons and climate change have forced the "Doomsday clock" one minute closer to midnight, leading international scientists said Tuesday.
Most Middle Eastern governments are failing to recognize the significance of the Arab Spring and are responding with repression or largely ignoring the demands of protesters, says Amnesty International
German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle said Jan. 8 his country was ready to contribute to the reconstruction of Libya following the collapse last year of Moammar Gadhafi’s 42-year rule
An Istanbul prosecutor has applied to the Turkish Justice Ministry yesterday to ask for parliamentary permission to lift the immunity ...
Turkey might find itself falling down a slippery slope in 2012 as it contends with problems at both home and abroad.
The prime minister in the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip on Sunday promised 'difficult days' for Israel, and at a rally in Tunis urged Arab Spring revolutionaries to fight for an independent Palestine.
Turkey’s share in the tourism industry continues to rise, while the profile of the typical visitor...
Category: SEMİH İDİZ
Prior to leaving on a working visit to Tehran this week, Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu gave an extensive interview to the semiofficial Anatolia ...
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