Turkey looks to step up its efforts to normalize ties with Armenia as Foreign Minister Davutoğlu plans to test the waters on the Armenian side in a planned visit to Yerevan
Category: BURAK BEKDİL
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Turkish President Abdullah Gül welcomed the recent visa deal with the European Union, saying the current visa requirements for Turkey were 'unacceptable'
Category: MURAT YETKİN
The questions about Turkey asked in the decision making and opinion generating bodies in Washington DC
An Egyptian court has decided to release Turkish journalist Metin Turan pending trial, almost four months after his arrested
Western diplomats urge Ukrainian government to heed the demands of thousands of pro-EU opposition demonstrators
Davutoğlu will attend a meeting of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation in Yerevan Dec 12
Category: CASPIAN FORUM
Caspian Strategy Institute Secretary-General Haldun Yavaş assessed the Caspian Forum Istanbul 2013, which will be the third of its kind.
Category: BARÇIN YİNANÇ
“Oil will always find its way to the markets.” I do not know whether Tony Hayward
Category: VERDA ÖZER
“Turkey has reset its foreign policy.” That’s the most popular thing to say these days
Turkey does not have the luxury of being able to ruin ties with any country as it tries to become an energy corridor, according to the director of an Istanbul-based think tank
After Turkish FM Davutoğlu convinced his Iraqi counterpart Zebari of the 'benefit of face to face discussions,' Energy Minister Yıldız traveled to Baghdad
Syria’s Democratic Union Party (PYD) hopes to create an autonomous Kurdish region in a federal Syria
Taner Yıldız travel to Baghdad were he assured that Ankara would seek the central government's approval for the commercial export of oil from the autonomous Kurdistan region
With fetters on trade loosened by last week’s deal on Iran’s nuclear power program, Ankara and Tehran hail new horizons for possible commerce
During the phone call, Davutoğlu briefed Kerry about his Iran visit and meetings with officials while Kerry informed about the steps foreseen in the coming months
Baghdad has barred Turkish private jets from flying to Iraq's autonomous Kurdish region ahead of an energy conference that Turkey's energy minister was expected to attend
When I read the news that quoted Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu as promising “to bring peace and stability to the Caucasus"
Turkey does not want to create any problems for Baghdad in oil deals with the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) as transparency will be key in talks to deepen energy cooperation between Turkey and Iraqi Kurds, a Turkish official told HDN.
The Iranian Ambassador has emphasized the close ties between Turkish and Iranian intelligences