Category: YUSUF KANLI
It appears that within the next few weeks, perhaps even as early as by the end of this year, the “Arab Spring” will take dimensions of a full “operation pistachio” and an international alliance will start “helping out” the “reformists” in our next door neighbor by carpet-bombing whatever appears might have been a Baathist building or a military installation.
Category: MUSTAFA AKYOL
Over the past decade, a multitude of commentators have raised concerns about “where Turkey is heading.”
Turkish and French foreign ministers called for more international pressure on Syria while agreeing on to put tougher sanctions on the Assad regime
Republican Turkey represents neither an alternative nor an antithesis to the country’s Ottoman past, Parliamentary Speaker Cemil Çiçek said during a symposium about the reign of Sultan Abdülmecid I that coincided with the 150th anniversary of the end of his rule.
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan is set to appear on the cover of Time magazine’s Europe, Asia and Pacific regional editions when the well-known U.S. magazine hits shelves on Nov. 28.
Security forces killed at least six people in protests called to urge nations to expel Syrian ambassadors today, activists said, as Turkey joined Russia in warning of the risk of civil war.
Syria has agreed “in principle” to allow an observer mission into the country, a senior official in Damascus said Friday, as security forces killed 11 anti-government protesters.
Russia’s Bolshoi Theater was reeling Monday after two of the most celebrated dancers in world ballet announced they were quitting the company for a lesser-known troupe.
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Hürriyet aims to increase the share of Internet ads in revenues in Turkey and Russia in the next five years, the publisher’s Vuslat Doğan Sabancı says.
Terror attacks in Turkey’s southern region, which carry a significant importance in country’s transit role in transferring Iraqi and Caspian oil and gas to European markets, risk not only Turkey’s position but also energy security of European countries, according to energy minister.
In a concession to Russia and China, a new resolution from the IAEA on Iran avoids directing harsh criticism toward the Islamic.
European football is likely to undergo a radical revamp in the coming years as both continental heavyweights and leading Eastern European teams brought separate plans to the table to form their own supranational competitions
Guus Hiddink’s contract as Turkish national football team coach has been terminated by mutual consent following the team’s failure to reach the EURO 2012 finals, the Turkish Football Federation says, ending a disappointing spell in charge for the Dutchman
It has been long speculated that Turkish national football team coach Guus Hiddink would be fired if the outfit fails to make it to the Euro 2012, but according to the national media, the Turkish Football Federation did not want to wait for the deciding match and agreed with the Dutchman on terms of parting ways
Turkey’s budget for global tourism promotion will radically drop next year. However, Israeli and Syrian holidaymakers are the campaign’s targets despite disputes
The Republic of Ireland hopes to erase the bitter memories of missing the boat to last year’s World Cup when it takes on Estonia in Talinn tonight in EURO 2012 qualification playoffs.
Official figures show that the numbers of Greek, Italian and Spanish tourists visiting Istanbul, a cheaper metropolis than many European cities, have doubled
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