Category: MURAT YETKİN
There are two burning questions regarding the military intervention in Yemen. It is not quite possible to give positive answers to either question.
Questions are being raised after Patriot batteries placed in three provinces failed to prevent a Syrian missile from hitting Turkey
US President Barack Obama's decision to slow the withdrawal of American troops from Afghanistan will hamper peace efforts, the Taliban said Wednesday, vowing to continue fighting.
A Moscow-friendly Greece could paralyse NATO's ability to react to Russian aggression, former US national security adviser Zbigniew Brzezinski warned March 25.
President Barack Obama is to meet March 24 with his Afghan counterpart Ashraf Ghani, who has asked Washington for "flexibility" on the pace of US troop withdrawals from the war-torn country.
Turkey should have the ability to develop its own missile and space technologies in order to respond to security challenges that could arise from its neighbors, the prime minister has said
Turkey is preparing for further delays in the delivery of two A400M military transport aircraft it ordered from Airbus Group, according to defense officials in Ankara.
The West should consider using all its tools to help Ukraine, including sending defensive weapons, NATO's top military commander said on March 22.
On May 28, 1960, U.S. Ambassador Fletcher Warren sat down with Cemal Gürsel, the general who, at 4 o’clock the previous morning had seized control of Turkish government
The detection of damaged cables on aircrafts at an airbase has triggered suspicion of a sabotage attempt
The Supreme Board of Judges and Prosecutors (HSYK) has granted permission for a legal review of the 2010 raid on the room where the Turkish military’s top secret documents were held.
NATO allies are scrambling to protect vulnerable Baltic partners from the threat of hybrid warfare, a Russian tactic that officials and experts say is based on deception rather than formal declaration of war.
Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu has reacted strongly against U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry’s comments about the eventuality of coming to terms with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to end the civil war there.
A suicide bomber targeted a Turkish Embassy vehicle in Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan, on Feb. 26, 2015. One Turkish soldier and one Afghan passer-by were killed in the attack which happened in an area close to the Iranian, Turkish and German embassies.
He might have maintained his diplomatic grace, but veteran French politician Pierre Lellouche left no room for doubt in expressing his view that there is a strong need for a rebuilding of trust between Turkey and its allies in the fight against jihadists in Syria and Iraq
Some parts of Prizren Castle, one of the most important historical sites in the Balkans, have collapsed despite the recent donation of funds to restore the structure.
Category: MUSTAFA AYDIN
Amid the debates over whether the Feb. 12, 2015, cease-fire agreement between Ukraine and Russian-supported rebels in the eastern part of the country will hold
The emir of Qatar on March 12 met with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan for surprise talks in the capital Ankara
Poland is seeking to obtain Tomahawk cruise missiles from the United States or another country, Defense Minister Tomasz Siemoniak said on March 12
The top US diplomat for Europe declared on March 10 that Crimea and parts of eastern Ukraine were subject to a "reign of terror", blaming Russia for a conflict that has claimed thousands of lives
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