Ukrainians in Russia have found themselves thrust into the heart of the standoff between Moscow and Kiev
Hungarians handed their maverick PM Orban another four years in power, election results showed while one in every five voters backed a far-right Jobbik party
Category: SERKAN DEMİRTAŞ
Although the crisis between NATO and Russia over Ukraine is not on Turkey’s immediate agenda, the likely developments have the potential to drag the Turkish government into the row
NATO will decide new steps on Tuesday to reinforce eastern European countries worried by Russia's annexation of Crimea, and on how to bolster Ukraine's armed forces.
Turkish exporters have diverted to Georgia to transport their goods to Russia after outbreak of Kyiv crisis, but limits on transit permits given by Georgian government ‘is stalling’ trade
The UN General Assembly adopted a Western-backed resolution declaring Crimea's breakaway referendum illegitimate and refusing to recognize Russia's annexation
Turkey has vowed to eliminate highly enriched uranium from within its borders with 11 other countries at the third Nuclear Security Summit in the Hague.
A consortium led by British oil company BP has awarded construction and engineering contracts worth $841 million for the Shah Deniz II gas project in Azerbaijan
TAV Airports has won a tender for the operational rights of Milas-Bodrum airport
Category: MUSTAFA AYDIN
The latest stage in the Crimean saga came with the signing of an agreement between Russian President Vladimir Putin and the leaders of Crimea, integrating the peninsula into Russia.
The economic problems in the former communist countries lead political fragilities to escalate within nations, having a spillover effect on Turkey
Barack Obama told Russian President Vladimir Putin the United States rejected the results of a secession referendum in Ukraine's Crimea region
Some two million Crimeans will vote on Sunday (March 16) in a referendum that will decide whether this strategically very important peninsula will secede from Ukraine
As NATO suspends military ties with the Russian Federation, France has no intention of following suit.
The seizure of Crimea by Russian forces has provided an early strategic advantage to President Vladimir Putin in his tug of war match with Western leaders
Category: BARÇIN YİNANÇ
According to a report in The New York Times, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said of Russian leader Vladimir Putin that 'she was not sure he was in touch with reality' and was 'living in another world'
Both NATO and the EU are increasing pressure on Russia and Ukraine's former pro-Kremlin rulers
Hopefully, commentators arguing that the Crimean Peninsula’s case is different from those of Abkhazia and Ossetia will be proven right.
US President Barack Obama said Moscow was on the
'wrong side of history' in Europe's worst standoff since the Cold War
Russia's central bank raised its main interest rate to 7.0 percent from 5.50 percent as the ruble plunged to historic new lows against the dollar amid concerns over a Russian intervention in Ukraine
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