Category: GİLA BENMAYOR
Almost 10 days after the military coup attempt in Turkey, we are not quiet back to normal
Turkey’s foreign minister has reiterated Ankara’s call on U.S. authorities to extradite Pennsylvania-based Islamic scholar Fethullah Gülen, accused of orchestrating the deadly coup attempt on July 15, saying Washington’s decision may shape bilateral relations in the future
Nationalist Movement Party (MHP) leader Devlet Bahçeli has responded to rumors about alleged U.S. involvement in the July 15 failed coup attempt in Turkey, saying “the problem is serious” if the Pentagon or the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) was behind the plot
Kabul was plunged into mourning on July 24 after its deadliest attack for 15 years killed 80 people and left hundreds maimed, reigniting concern that the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) was seeking to expand its foothold in Afghanistan
Category: GÜVEN SAK
There are two types of countries in the world: Countries where life is predictable and countries where it isn’t; dull countries and interesting ones
Category: SELİN NASİ
The failed coup attempt on July 15 is the latest episode in a long history of military interventions in Turkey, which has witnessed army coups, memorandums and coup attempts in 10-year intervals throughout its history
Category: MURAT YETKİN
As the probe into the failed coup attempt on July 15 begins to deepen, more details about its planning have begun to surface
The failed military coup attempt in Turkey started on the evening of July 15, leaving more than 200 killed, nearly 3,000 soldiers and almost as many judges and prosecutors detained, and plenty of embarrassment for Turkey for being the center of talk about a military coup, (even if it failed and there remain a lot of questions about it).
NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg expressed full support for the Turkish government during a telephone call with President Tayyip Erdoğan on July 18, saying there could be no room for military coups in a NATO member state, Reuters reported, citing a senior Turkish official
Secretary of State John Kerry called his Turkish counterpart on July 16 to offer U.S. support in the wake of a failed coup, and also to protest claims Washington had backed it.
Category: SERKAN DEMİRTAŞ
The truck attacker who killed 84 civilians in Nice, France, sent another shockwave to the world, which had barely recovered from consecutive jihadist attacks in Orlando, Istanbul, Dhaka and Baghdad that claimed the lives of hundreds of people
U.S. President Barack Obama and Secretary of State John Kerry agreed that all parties in Turkey should support the democratically-elected government of Turkey while Kremlin expressed its grave concerns over the recent developments.
World powers and the international community have extended messages of strong solidarity with the people of Turkey in the face of the threat that the country’s democratic institutions and the constitutional order have been facing.
Scores of foreign affairs ministers from the four corners of the world have queued up to express solidarity to Turkey as they called their counterpart
Perhaps a more popular question today may be “with or without Boris Johnson?” New U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May might have wanted Johnson, one of the Brexit knights, to clean up the mess he left, as a bold political maneuver also aiming to eliminate a potential rival
NATO’s summit in Warsaw last week was critical in terms of establishing guidelines for the alliance to adapt itself to the rapidly changing security environment
Category: SEMİH İDİZ
The German Bundestag is not likely to revoke its Armenian genocide resolution, which has angered Ankara
Category: MUSTAFA AYDIN
The heads of state and government of the 28 NATO member countries gathered in Warsaw on July 8-9, along with Montenegro, whose membership is going to be ratified soon, and 26 partner countries and representatives from several international organizations
On July 10, the Washington Post reported that Rifai Ahmed Taha, a 61-year-old Egyptian and a former member of the Muslim Brotherhood and Gamaa Islamiya, had been killed by the U.S. military in a drone strike near Idlib in the civil war-struck Syria in early April 2016
NATO and Russia failed to overcome deep differences over Ukraine on July 13 in their first talks since the alliance approved a troop boost in Eastern Europe, alliance chief Jens Stoltenberg said
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