The Turkish National Agency has pledged to continue the Erasmus exchange student program
Category: SEMİH İDİZ
Manuel Barroso, the outgoing head of the European Commission, remains hopeful about Turkish-EU ties even though very little progress has been made in recent years in Ankara’s bid for membership.
Trade liberalization continues to be the lowest-hanging fruit that can boost global economic expansion.
The foreign trade deficit widened far beyond expectations in August, as the country’s imports rose for the first time in seven months amid pressure on exports due to the crisis in Iraq.
France's public debt has topped the symbolic level of 2.0 trillion euros for the first time, according to official data Tuesday, putting Paris on a fresh collision course with the European Union.
Category: MURAT YETKİN
The World Economic Forum (WEF) started its two-day Istanbul conference on Sept. 26 in order to seek new investment opportunities in Turkey
The accession process is tied to institutions and not individuals, outgoing head of the European Commission, Manuel Barroso, has indicated, suggesting Ankara and Brussels “are bound to succeed together'
Ali Babacan has told a World Economic Forum (WEF) meeting in Istanbul that Turkey sees the importance of 'networks for solidarity and cooperation' across the Middle East and North Africa
Drugs, violence and racism would spread among the youth if Turkey’s compulsory religion courses were abolished by the government, President Erdoğan claimed
Gay rights activists in Serbia held their first Pride march in four years, walking through Belgrade streets emptied of traffic and pedestrians by a massive security operation
Turkey's border with Syria is witnessing new tensions, as clashes between ISIL and the YPG intensify, amid Turkish authorities’ capture of 10 foreign fighters from four countries and the seizure of a number of weapons
Turkey urged China to release İlham Tohti, a well-known Uighur academic who was jailed for life for separatism
The violence took place just two days before the sentencing of prominent Muslim Uighur scholar Ilham Tohti, who was on trial on charges of separatism
Wars in Syria and Iraq, and instability in other hotspots are driving ever more people to seek asylum in wealthy nations, with requests on track to hit a 20-year high in 2014
Russia and Ukraine are holding European Union-brokered talks on their long-running gas dispute as pressure mounts for a solution to head off a winter supply crisis in Ukraine and beyond
Belgrade will host a Gay Pride parade on Sept. 28 for the first time in four years after being banned for security reasons following violent protests by ultra-nationalists at the event
Prime Minister Viktor Orban said Sept. 26 that Hungary could not risk a halt to Russian gas supplies as it froze deliveries to Ukraine amid threats by Moscow
Turkey wants to take its trade relations with the United States to a new level, the head of the country’s top business group says, speaking at a meeting in New York
Ukraine's President Petro Poroshenko said he would present a broad plan of social and economic reforms which would allow the country to apply for membership of the EU in six years
Political raproachment between Tehran and Brussels, as well as relatively convenient access conditions, have been fueling EU’s hopes to replace Russian gas with Iranian in the long-term
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