Category: MUSTAFA AYDIN
Russian President Vladimir Putin created a sensation when he announced during a visit to Turkey on Dec. 1 that Russia would stop developing the South Stream Gas Project and would instead explore a new pipeline project to transport natural gas to Europe through Turkey.
The United States Olympic Committee announced Tuesday it will bid to host the 2024 Summer Games, but the candidate city won't be selected until early next year.
Category: DEFENSE UPDATE
Turkey’s top defense company is seeking an established role in global markets by expanding its foreign operations, company officials said, as they inaugurated the leading military electronics specialist’s production facility in the Jordanian capital Amman.
Category: SERKAN DEMİRTAŞ
A surprising Russian proposal of constructing a new natural gas pipeline from Russia to Europe via Turkey in order to bypass both Ukraine and Bulgaria is still one of leading issues being discussed in the relevant capitals
The rise of Heydar Aliyev, beginning in the farthest point of Soviet Azerbaijan, Nakhchivan, under the difficult conditions of the Stalinist regime and World War II, to the height of the Kremlin has been depicted in many books.
Category: GÜNEŞ KÖMÜRCÜLER
Turkey has set very ambitious targets to decrease its energy dependency, including increasing its local energy production, becoming an energy hub and diversifying its energy sources.
Beşiktaş will host Tottenham Hotspur with the Group C leadership at stake, while Trabzonspor visits Legia Warsaw in Group L
'Will you be head of the public and sit back? Such a thing is not possible. I will be a sweating president,' Erdoğan had said at rallies prior to the election
As ISIL further disrupts the Middle East and the Ukraine crisis stokes fears about European energy security this winter, the EU must reconsider its attitude toward Turkey’s EU membership and further cultivate its ties with this rare Muslim ally
The newly planned gas pipeline between Russia and Turkey will not make any negative effect on the TANAP as the 16 billion cubic meters of TANAP gas a year will already be sold, says a BP representative
As expected, the Turkey-Russia High-Level Cooperation Council witnessed important developments particularly in the field of energy
An unorthodox step by Russia, Turkey’s largest natural gas provider, to cancel a giant gas project has come on the heels of an official deal in its southern neighbor, Iraq, easing an internal conflict over oil exports, reshuffling the cards in the region’s energy distribution paradigm.
Pope Francis has voiced his hope for the opening of the Turkey-Armenia border, during a flight back to Rome after a three-day visit to Turkey
The Turkish art of paper marbling, known as Ebru, has been added to the United Nations’ world cultural heritage list
Iraqi Kurds have reached a critical point by starting to sell their own oil as well as making an accord with the Baghdad government, says Genel Energy chief Tony Hayward
The new agreement between Turkey and Algeria will provide 4.4 billion cubic meters of liquefied natural gas every year for Turkey until October 2024, up from 4 billion under the terms of the previous agreement
Armenian troops killed an Azerbaijani soldier, the defense ministry in Baku said, amid escalating tensions in the longstanding conflict over Nagorny Karabakh
The suspending of Turkey-Armenia protocols in 2009 had two main reasons: the reactions of the Azerbaijani and Turkish societies.
As Turkey prepares itself for the centenary of Gallipoli and chairing the G-20 summit in 2015, some other forces around the world are perhaps preparing inconspicuous scenarios to increase the duress on Turkey to “recognize” the events in 1915 as “genocide.”
Category: BARÇIN YİNANÇ
In April 2015, Armenians will be commemorating the 100th anniversary of the 1915 massacres, which they believe amounted to genocide.
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