NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg hailed Turkish democracy and the nation on Nov. 21 following an attempted coup over the summer while noting the importance of the rule of law
The July 15 coup attempt was one of the clearest examples of an attack on democracy in recent decades, a senior European politician said on Nov. 21
Turkey’s external debt is at a relatively “controllable” level despite a recent increase, Mehmet Şimşek, Deputy Prime Minister for Economic and Financial Affairs, said on Nov. 19
Parliamentarians from NATO nations on Nov. 19 reviewed possible responses to terrorism threats, as well as Moscow’s challenge to the Alliance, at the NATO Parliamentary Assembly’s annual session in Istanbul
Justice Minister Bekir Bozdağ has said the controversial parliamentary motion aiming to change the current child abuse law was designed to address problems stemming from “realities” in some parts of Turkey
Turkey’s top soldier and technology minister got engaged in a row with an Armenian lawmaker on Nov. 20 during the 62nd NATO Parliamentary Assembly Annual Session held in Istanbul
Aiming to become a member of the Shanghai Pact, whose members are countries where “one-man rule” is predominant, will only cause more problems for Turkey’s foreign policy, main opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP) lawmaker Öztürk Yılmaz has said
Some Turkish military officers posted to NATO in Europe have requested asylum since the coup attempt in Turkey in July, alliance Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said on Nov. 18
U.S. President Barack Obama and European leaders pledged Nov. 18 to maintain NATO cooperation, and vowed to keep up sanctions against Russia, in their first meeting since the shock election of Donald Trump as the new U.S. president sparked fears of drastic policy shifts
Category: SELİN NASİ
The Turkish-Israeli normalization process is continuing, albeit at a slow pace.
Category: MUSTAFA AYDIN
Following the election of Donald Trump as U.S. president on Nov. 8, debate on his foreign policy priorities have become the trending topic with their repercussions for the United States and beyond.
Terrorism, deterrence and the future of transatlantic relations will top the agenda of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly talks in Turkey next week, the North Atlantic Alliance said in a statement on Nov. 17.
Several members of the Turkish military stationed at a NATO base in southeast Germany have sought asylum in the country to avoid returning to Turkey, the German DPA news agency has reported.
Ambassador Kemal Ökem has been named as Turkey’s new ambassador to Israel, President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said on Nov. 16.
Globalization has brought many economic benefits to the world but needs a “course correction” to address growing inequality, U.S. President Barack Obama said Nov. 16 on his European farewell tour.
Category: EMRE KIZILKAYA
Whether you call it good luck or a great strategy, it’s clear that Russian President Vladimir Putin is enjoying his heyday in international politics these days: Thanks to the peculiarities of Western democracies and their political systems, Putin has managed to grow his influence quickly in a number of countries including the United States, reasserting Moscow’s power on its periphery and sowing discord among his adversaries.
Russia’s Defense Ministry said Nov. 14 that a fighter jet crashed while attempting to land on the Admiral Kuznetsov aircraft carrier in the Mediterranean off Syria, but the pilot survived
Ankara expresses its irritation at the EU’s attitude toward Turkey, saying it will go to the people to decide on the future of relations
Russian President Vladimir Putin and U.S. President-elect Donald Trump spoke on the phone on the evening of Nov. 14 and agreed on the need to normalize ties between Washington and Moscow, the Kremlin said.
A strong and unified Europe is “good” for the United States and NATO is “absolutely vital” for U.S. security and prosperity, U.S. President Barack Obama said Nov. 15 as he launched his final European trip.
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