Category: GWYNNE DYER
Ukraine’s President Viktor Yanukovych had much explaining to do at the summit meeting
Category: CASPIAN FORUM
Caspian Strategy Institute Secretary-General Haldun Yavaş assessed the Caspian Forum Istanbul 2013, which will be the third of its kind.
Associate Professor Bekir Günay, an expert from HASEN who has assessed the forum, spoke on Turkey’s foreign policy, recent developments concerning the Middle East, and the importance of the Caspian for both Turkey and the neighboring countries.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov accused NATO of interfering in Ukrainian affairs
Ukrainians should be allowed to choose their own future, John Kerry said after Kiev's decision to put a key EU pact on hold sparked mass street protests
Trade and Custom Minister Hayati Yazıcı noted that 73 pct of the world’s crude oil reserves and 72 pct of natural gas reserves are located in the regions surrounding Turkey
Festival on Wheels honors the late actor and director, Tuncel Kurtiz, who has been an integral part of the festival since its first year
The Russian political leadership is still caught up in confrontation-mentality, Georgian defense minister claims
About 500 people marched through the capital of Armenia to denounce visiting Russian President
The European Union will not accept a Russia "veto" or any other meddling in its ties with other nations, European Commission president Jose Manuel Barroso said Friday.
The Southern corridor is a historic project that will provide a fourth gas source to European markets, says a key executive of the Trans-Adriatic Pipeline, noting that Turkey is playing a key role in its realization.
Al Cook, the Vice President of Shah Deniz Development, emphasizes the importance for TANAP’s key shareholders
The Sarp border crossing between Turkey and Georgia, Turkey’s gateway to the Caucasus and Central Asia, will be jointly used
A major Sudanese airline serving South Sudan and the Middle East has suspended operations
İşhan Church, which is 34 kilometers away from the city center and draws tourists visiting the region, is believed to make contribution to faith tourism in the region after its restoration ends at the end of this year
“My work here is done,” said the masked man, as he mounted his horse and rode away. But he didn’t go very far away.
An ally of billionaire Georgian Prime Minister Bidzina Ivanishvili Oct 28 basked in an overwhelming win at presidential polls in the ex-Soviet state
Georgia voted for a new president Oct 27 in an election that will bring the curtain down on Mikheil Saakashvili's decade-long rule
At first sight, there is little in common between the “Kanal Istanbul” project and Turkey’s purchase of Chinese missiles
A stunningly well-preserved skull from 1.8 million years ago offers new evidence that early man was a single species with a vast array of different looks, researchers said Thursday.