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Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
PM Erdoğan and his men believe that a good two-thirds of the country he rules consists of traitors and spies; and that all communists and atheists are terrorists. That’s fine...
It may be bad news for all of Ukraine, Russia, U.S. and the EU that Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu is now fixing Ukraine.
“Politics has lost its ability to manage … Half of the country consists of the jobless or those who risk losing their jobs …
It is never unusual that “Turkish affairs” often make one smile. It can be a news story, or just a headline. Recently, one such headline in the English-language Turkish press read:
“If you believe in yourself, even the sky can be your starting point.” That boring cliché often accompanies the other, “Nothing is impossible.” Turkey can be a huge market for both.
In April 2009, military teams from Turkey and Syria crossed the border and visited outposts during joint military drills.
“… [D]ictatorships… That is, you have ruling gangster families on top who use their monopoly of violence to kill/imprison anyone who question their business plan.
I gazed at the tiny graffiti on the interior wall on this Greek island’s oldest tavern, Zouboulis.
A group of internationally-acknowledged marketing gurus have produced impressive visual material that will be Turkey’s PR face across the globe this year.
Turkey never ceases to challenge master storyteller George Orwell’s allegorical novella “Animal Farm,” with the distasteful difference that Turkish affairs are not fiction depicting a dystopian land.