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“Foreigners” are unable to solve the problems of the Middle East as Western states “don’t even like us” but are more interested in just following the cash, President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said Nov. 27.
Foreigners don’t like Muslims, only their money: Turkish President Erdoğan
The media ban on the corruption inquiry is a first for Parliament, but Turkey has seen 150 gag orders in four years. Here are 10 of them
10 issues Turkish media is banned from reporting on
A Dutch right-wing political party has demanded Netherlands be cleared of mosques
Dutch MP calls for removal of all mosques in Netherlands
Prime Minister-President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan gave a great speech this week that summarized two key issues of the Turkish economy better than I could have in a dozen columns.
The President’s speech
The ban on reporting about the Parliament’s corruption inquiry commission is a good example of 'free expression under a shadow,' according to PEN Norway
Ban on graft probe reports is totally absurd: PEN Norway head
While I was looking for a place for myself at the breakfast hall to listen to retired General John Allen, I came across my acquaintance, the Afghan media magnate who said, “I was with General Allen last night at dinner.
The unhappy marriage of Ankara and Washington
This columnist is often shocked when others are shocked when President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s Islamist-self speaks like an Islamist.
So we are shocked (again)?
The most comprehensive exhibition of photographer Şahin Kaygun, is on display at Istanbul Modern. The show features the original prints of Kaygun’s works
Turkish photographic pioneer honored at Istanbul Modern
U.S. Vice President Biden’s trip has clarified at least the thorny issues on the Syrian debacle. Turkey wants safe-zone; the U.S. wants to operate from İncirlik.
Agree to disagree on Syria
Turkey has opened the Foreign Ministry’s archives to researchers. The ministry’s archives since 1919 will be opened to professionals through a private password.
Turkish Foreign Ministry opens its diplomatic archives for researchers
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