To accuse of denial is to assert that someone is refusing to acknowledge the truth.
Category: MUSTAFA AYDIN
Russian annexation of Crimea and the ongoing crisis in Ukraine has heightened security concerns of several countries from Baltic to Eastern Europe and from the Caucasus to the Central Asia
Category: VERDA ÖZER
The Ukraine crisis has crystallized Cold War-like polarization, just as every crisis between the U.S. and Russia does.
The US State Department on Monday released images -- provided by Ukraine -- which it says proves armed separatists in eastern Ukraine are actually Russian military or intelligence officers.
Turkey’s society and government are ready for bold steps about the Armenian issue, but the country’s polarized environment do not permit a rational debate, says a former diplomat and board member of Turkey’s top business group
Three pro-Russian militants and one attacker were killed in a deadly firefight at a road block close to the separatist-held town of Slavyansk, shattering a fragile Easter truce
Pro-Kremlin rebels in east Ukraine appealed April 20 for Russian 'peacekeepers' to sweep in after a deadly gunfight killed at least two of their militants
Category: AHU ÖZYURT
After months of silence, Turkey’s silent powerhouse has gradually shown signs of opening itself up to the public again
Category: YUSUF KANLI
Former Turkish Cypriot President Mehmet Ali Talat summed it up at an Istanbul conference: “If Turkish Cypriots are asked if they wanted to unite with Turkey, 80 percent would say no.
The illegal annexation of Crimea and instigation of tension in eastern Ukraine by Russia are rapidly eroding the last vestiges of the international system
European and US defense companies have been reportedly pressuring Turkey’s defense industry giants to dissuade Turkey from choosing a Chinese firm
Putin did not rule out sending in Russian troops in Ukraine but said he hoped he would not need to take such a step, and that diplomacy could succeed in resolving the standoff
Category: MURAT YETKİN
The world knows him as Mustapha Dzemilev, but he likes to call himself by his adopted surname as Mustafa Cemilev Kırımoğlu, meaning 'Son of Crimea' in Turkish
Turkish and Greek fighter jets engaged in a mid-air dogfight over the Aegean Sea twice on April 15 in a first since January 2012, Greek media has reported
NATO said the military alliance had decided on immediate steps to reinforce its forces in eastern Europe because of the Ukraine crisis
Separatists flew the Russian flag on armoured vehicles taken from the Ukrainian army, aborting a Kiev government operation to recapture eastern towns controlled by pro-Moscow partisans.
An senior Afghan government official was kidnapped along with his driver on his way to work in Kabul on Tuesday, an interior ministry official said.
NATO chief Anders Fogh Rasmussen urged Russia Tuesday to de-escalate tensions over Ukraine and withdraw troops massed on the border with its Soviet-era satellite.
Ukraine's Western-backed leader on Tuesday accused Russia of trying to inflame the separatist southeast
Category: GWYNNE DYER
On one hand, eastern Ukraine appears to be slipping out of the government’s control, as pro-Russian groups seize control of official buildings in big eastern cities
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