Turkey and Azerbaijan have learned from past crises, which have strengthened their relationship, Azerbaijani academic Elhur Soltanov tells the Hürriyet Daily News
Category: BARÇIN YİNANÇ
It seems that everyone (with the exception of Turkey) is ringing the alarm bells on the possible consequences of Kobane falling into the hands of ISIL
A new $700 million 79 km-long railway route is set to be completed in Turkey in 2015 as a part of the Baku-Tbilisi-Kars (BTK) railway project
A total of six Turkish companies have won the tender to supply 80 percent of the steel pipe demand of the 1,800 km-long TANAP pipeline that will carry Azerbaijani gas to Europe via Turkey.
A crisis between Turkey and Iran over truck transit fees has heated up again amid a new hike in passage fees implemented over the weekend.
Norway’s Statoil has sold its remaining 15.5 percent stake in the Shah Deniz gas project in Azerbaijan to Malaysia’s Petronas for $2.25 billion as part of asset sales to shore up returns to shareholders
The Turkish capital of Ankara will host the 7th International Energy Congress and Fair between Nov. 24 and 25.
Despite turmoil in the Middle East and recession in Europe, Turkey continues to be an attraction for tourists, says Başaran Ulusoy, the president of the Association of Turkish Travel Agencies (TÜRSAB).
The head of Turkey’s top religious body has announced plans to open an Islamic university in Istanbul
The five nations with access to the Caspian Sea have agreed on how they would share its resources at a meeting in Russia.
The Turkish and Azerbaijani armies will hold a joint military exercise in Turkey in March 2015, according to a statement released by the Azerbaijani Ministry of Defense.
The five countries bordering the Caspian Sea have met for a summit in the Russian city of Astrakhan, with efforts to close a deal on the distribution of the sea’s vast energy reserves and joint military actions on their agenda.
The ongoing game-changers in energy and geopolitics will likely force Ankara and Brussels to consider a joint strategy over how to achieve gas supply security, particularly in view of what’s happening in the Black Sea region
Category: MURAT YETKİN
Saving 49 hostages from the hands of the new-generation terrorists like the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) after 101 days in captivity would not be an easy job for any country on the planet, let alone Turkey.
Turkish construction company Tekfen has won a $2 billion contract to build two oil plat-forms in the Caspian Sea, Turkey’s energy minister has announced.
With temperatures rapidly dropping and the European summer almost over, politicians in European capitals and Brussels are rightly asking themselves the question: What if Russia turns off the gas supply to Europe?
Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu has said Turkey’s 'democracy and culture,' including its religious education in schools, prevent it from becoming a breeding ground for radicals such as ISIL
President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has announced Turkey's 49 hostages held by ISIL militants for 101 days have been freed through an operation conducted by the country’s spy agency. Here are the live updates
Sources have started providing answers regarding the hostage release situation
'We open the project as a peace corridor that is the result of 15 years hard work by Turkey and Azerbaijan,' Turkey's Energy Minister Taner Yıldız said during the groundbreaking ceremony for the Trans-Anatolian Gas Pipeline (TANAP), which is the first phase of the $45 billion worth the Southern Gas Corridor
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