Washington reviews its relations with Ankara as divergences in regional policy approaches and Turkish leaders’ anti-U.S. rhetoric disrupts ties between the two allies, a senior American analyst has said.
President Vladimir Putin sharply ramped up his anti-Western rhetoric on Jan. 26, accusing the Ukrainian army of being "NATO's foreign legion" whose main purpose was to contain Russia
Ukraine's President Petro Poroshenko was chairing an emergency security meeting Jan. 25 to forge a response to a new offensive by pro-Russian rebels
Category: VERDA ÖZER
The Turkish public does not feel safe and secure. This is what the results of the “Survey of Social-Political Tendencies in Turkey” tell us indirectly.
Category: MUSTAFA AYDIN
The choices of citizens of a country on various issues are important parts of the inputs that governments receive during their decision-making process, so governments try to gauge the perceptions of the public more or less accurately.
NATO's military leaders intend to re-establish contact with their Russian counterparts, after months of tension over the crisis in Ukraine, NATO's top military commander Gen. Philip Breedlove said on Jan. 22.
Two key suspects from Turkey’s legal wiretapping body were detained on Jan. 21, as police staged an operation in six cities across Turkey as part of a vast spying case.
Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu has announced that the number of Turkish troops stationed in Afghanistan will be increased from 700 to 1,100.
Regardless of the turmoil in the region, no change should be expected and Ankara’s alliance with the Muslim Brotherhood is only likely to strengthen, RUSI scholar Aaron Stein tells the Hürriyet Daily News
Turkey’s police sounds a new alarm about ISIL, noting that 3,000 people linked to the jihadists are a potential threat to the country
Two Italian aid workers abducted in northern Syria last summer arrived Jan. 16 in Rome, where they were welcomed with "relief" a day after their release.
Spain’s provision of Patriot air defense missiles to Turkey will ensure its security and stability as a NATO ally, Spanish Defense Minister Pedro Morenés has said.
The massacre at the office of satire magazine Charlie Hebdo in France on Jan. 7, 2015 topped the headlines all over the world throughout the last week, and world leaders marched across Paris to pay tribute to the victims and protest senseless violence against freedom of thought.
Turkey will host a NATO foreign ministers’ meeting in the southern province of Antalya between May 13 and 14
Category: SERKAN DEMİRTAŞ
Comparing the post-Paris process with the post 9/11 attacks, however, we see a completely different Turkey
Category: MURAT YETKİN
Hans-Georg Maassen, Germany’s domestic intelligence chief said in an ARD TV interview on Jan. 11 that Turkey was a “key country” in countering the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) “and other terrorist organizations” because “well over 90 percent” of r
Millions rallied in Paris on Jan. 11, in protest at the Jan. 7 killings in which two terrorists with radical Islamist links killed 12 people in a raid on the French weekly satire magazine Charlie Hebdo.
Opposition challenger Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic was elected Croatia's first female president on Jan. 11, narrowly winning a tight run-off vote with a pledge to kickstart the EU country's ailing economy.
Afghanistan's new cabinet was unveiled on Jan. 12 after three months of wrangling following the election of President Ashraf Ghani and the formation of a "national unity government" in the wake of last year's fraud-mired election.
Croatians cast ballots Sunday to elect a president in a tight run-off between incumbent centre-left Ivo Josipovic and conservative Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic, both pledging to help kickstart the newest EU member's ailing economy.
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