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The cost of inaction in Syria will be greater

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It has been almost a year since the Syrian people began their uprising, following the arrest of over a dozen children for painting ...

9 Comment(s) 3/10/2012

Syrian Kurds welcome Turkish humanitarian corridor to Syria

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The international community finally got together in Tunis on Feb. 24 to begin the end of...

Comment(s) 2/27/2012

US, Turkey and the Syrian opposition

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One of the biggest obstacles preventing the international community from giving a decisive outside push to overthrow ...

Comment(s) 2/18/2012

The al-Assad regime deserves to be demolished

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It is 9 a.m. in the morning in Harasta, one of the suburbs of Damascus, and there is loud banging...

1 Comment(s) 2/4/2012

I have seen the evil regime

İLHAN TANIR writes:

I have spent the last two weeks in Damascus and its suburbs, and I have seen the Syrian regime’s...

2 Comment(s) 1/30/2012

Greek and Turkish Cypriots in need of the same language

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“Newly found energy sources present a very important window of opportunity for all actors, including Turkey, in working toward...

5 Comment(s) 12/24/2011

CHP began learning to communicate with Washington

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A four-member delegation from Turkey’s main opposition party, the Republican People’s Party (CHP), visited Washington, D.C. this week...

1 Comment(s) 12/17/2011

How did the US hurt Turkish democracy?

İLHAN TANIR writes:

Turkey’s aspirations of being a regional leader and playing a global role require a deepening of its relations with the United States...

Comment(s) 12/2/2011

Dawn of a new Middle Eastern order?

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The Arab Spring had a whirlwind week. While skepticism about where the uprisings are headed continues, the historic transformation gained three significant victories.

Comment(s) 11/25/2011

How Turkey’s Syria policy evolved

İLHAN TANIR writes:

Jeffrey Feltman, assistant secretary of state for Near Eastern Affairs, during his testimony on Syria at the U.S. Senate this week, summarized Turkey’s contribution to the events in Syria in three points: Sheltering refugees, opening up a space for Syrian oppositions to organize and imposing arms embargo on the Syrian regime.

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