Category: MUSTAFA AYDIN
Millions of people all over the world woke up on Oct. 21 to a direct threat to their lifestyles and work. When they tried to go through their social media accounts first thing in the morning, as most of us do nowadays, they could not manage to connect, as the U.S.-based company Dyn, which provides Domain Name System (DNS) services for major websites, was under a Distributed Denial-of-Service (DDoS) attack.
Category: ERSU ABLAK
From the very first day that nations were founded, surveillance has always been an integral part of governance.
Turkey is looking to kill a number of birds with one stone amid its recent insistence on participating in the offensive on Mosul, according to a Turkish professor of international relations
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas arrived in Ankara on Oct. 24 to hold talks with senior Turkish officials, including President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, and to visit the parliament building that was bombed during the military coup attempt of July 15
A change in the White House will provide enormous opportunity for the new U.S. administration to sit down with Turkish leaders and think about issues strategically, the head of the Atlantic Council has said
An Israeli court has indicted a couple for joining the extremist Islamic State group with their three young children.
Category: FORK & CORK
He is big, really big! He stands up to greet me with an even bigger smile and hugs me tightly like a dear friend who has been away for so long. It is the first time we have met, but I feel like I’ve known him for ages.
Category: İLBER ORTAYLI
Where does Turkey’s history of modern museums start? If we exempt the works sold from the Ottoman palaces, it can be said that the Hagia İrene Church within Istanbul’s Topkapı Palace was the first place where it started.
Category: SERKAN DEMİRTAŞ
The recent week-long World Energy Congress in Istanbul had two major bookends.
The United States strongly supports a proposal to transport Israeli gas to Europe via Turkey with the side aim of ensuring peace and stability in the Middle East, John Bass, the U.S. ambassador to Ankara, told Anadolu Agency on Oct. 13
Seven women entrepreneurs have been recognized for their work with top awards as part of the Women Entrepreneurs of Turkey Competition, beating out more than 33,000 applications
Category: SEMİH İDİZ
President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan clearly hoped for a new direction in foreign policy when he fired Ahmet Davutoğlu and replaced him with Binali Yıldırım as Prime Minister.
Israel and Turkey have discussed the possibility of building a natural gas pipeline between the two countries, Israel’s energy minister said on Oct. 13, in the first Israeli ministerial visit to Turkey since relations came to a halt in 2010
Ankara and Tel-Aviv will mutually appoint ambassadors within 10 days, Turkish presidential spokesperson İbrahim Kalın announced on Oct. 13
Turkey and Israel are working to mutually appoint ambassadors “within a short period of time,” the Turkish Foreign Ministry stated on Oct. 11.
One of the gravest risks that the Metsamor Nuclear Power Plant presents to the people of the region is the potential for the production of nuclear arms.
Category: MURAT YETKİN
The deal for a second pipeline to carry Russian natural gas to Turkey under the Black Sea was signed on Oct. 10 in Istanbul
Israeli authorities have barred Palestinians from entering the country from the occupied West Bank or the Gaza Strip ahead of the Jewish Yom Kippur holiday that begins on the evening of Oct. 11, the army said.
A solution in Cyprus will help ensure the world’s energy security and access to energy sources, according to Mustafa Akıncı, the president of Turkish Cyprus.
An Israeli minister is set to visit Turkey on Oct. 13, the first ministerial level meeting since relations came to a halt in 2010 after Israel’s deadly raid on a Gaza-bound aid flotilla
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