A change in the White House will provide enormous opportunity for the new U.S. administration to sit down with Turkish leaders and think about issues strategically, the head of the Atlantic Council has said
Category: MUSTAFA AYDIN
The international system has been evolving ever since the bipolarity of the Cold War ended.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel said “no miracles” were achieved on the Ukraine crisis on Oct. 20, but talks with the country’s leader and his Russian and French counterparts did lead to some progress on ending a deadlock in the peace process.
The number of applications against Turkey pending at the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has more than halved over the last four and a half years, according to data gathered by the state-run Anadolu Agency. However, Turkey remains among the most consistently challenged states at the ECHR.
Deep in the woods on the outskirts of Moscow, a sudden burst of gunfire sends a flock of birds screeching into the sky. A dozen people dressed in military fatigues scale a crumbling, abandoned high-rise with Kalashnikovs strapped to their backs
Category: SELİN NASİ
Since Russia’s invasion of Crimea in 2014 and the military operations in eastern Ukraine, the concept of a “Cold War” has become part of our daily lexicon again.
Category: SERKAN DEMİRTAŞ
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and Russian President Vladimir Putin recently met for the third time in two months since the two countries broke the ice and worked to normalize bilateral relations.
One of the gravest risks that the Metsamor Nuclear Power Plant presents to the people of the region is the potential for the production of nuclear arms.
Category: MURAT YETKİN
The deal for a second pipeline to carry Russian natural gas to Turkey under the Black Sea was signed on Oct. 10 in Istanbul
Just a day after Turkey and Russia struck a historic pipeline deal on Oct. 10 to carry natural gas beneath the Black Sea before it reaches Europe, the Russian government has lifted a ban on some food imports from Turkey
Following the Russian veto of the U.N. Security Council resolution draft on the aerial bombing of the Syrian city Aleppo, Russian President Vladimir Putin arrives in Turkey today, Oct. 10, to attend the 23rd World Energy Conference in Istanbul.
There is no chance of Turkey being granted visa-free access to the EU before the end of the month, but liberalization could come when the present storm in the country calms down, according to an adviser to the EU’s foreign policy chief. Turks might be able to travel by early 2017, Nathalie Tocci says
Iceland beat Turkey 2-0 on Oct. 9 in a 2018 World Cup qualifier match at the Laugardalsvollur Stadium in Reykjavik
Turkish national team coach Fatih Terim was left on the hot seat following a 2-0 defeat against a rising Iceland in a 2018 World Cup qualification group match late on Oct. 9 in Reykjavik
Russia is considering plans to resume its military presence in Vietnam and Cuba where Moscow earlier had military bases, Russian news agencies quoted Russian Deputy Defense Minister Nikolai Pankov as saying on Oct. 7.
Turkey, which grabbed a comeback draw against Ukraine in a Group I World Cup qualifier on Oct. 6, is now set to visit a well-motivated Iceland, which achieved an even more striking comeback against Finland on the same night.
At least 35 Syrians were killed and many more wounded in a blast on Oct. 6 at a camp at the town of Atmeh near the border with Turkey
The Turkish international football team hosts Ukraine in the Central Anatolian province of Konya on Oct. 6 in its bid to advance to the 2018 World Cup in qualification Group I.
The Turkish Foreign Ministry expressed “regret” over the Russian High Court’s approval of a ban on the activities of the Crimean Tatar Parliament on Oct. 3
Category: VERDA ÖZER
As if everything else had already been sorted out, this brand new problem was all we needed in Syria!
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