Category: BURAK BEKDİL
The curious reader asked: “If Russia said, ‘We don’t like the location of our U.S. embassy – the area is too dangerous’ and they sent out 500 troops to seize a piece of land in a better area of Washington, what would the world call this?
Jazz musicians from around the world will gather this April in Paris for International Jazz Day, an event UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador Herbie Hancock hopes will bring an uplifting “positive message” to a city still reeling from last month’s terrorist attacks
Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Greek Cypriot counterpart Nicos Anastasiades signed an agreement on Feb. 25 to give Russian military ships access to Greek Cypriot ports.
Russia on Feb. 26 called Western threats of fresh sanctions against Moscow evidence that Washington and Brussels are not interested in the success of a troubled truce in Ukraine
The EU unveiled plans on Feb. 25 for a continent-wide single energy market to reduce its uneasy reliance on Russian supplies and cut a massive annual import bill of some 400 billion euros
NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg warned feb. 25 that any attempt to expand territory held by separatists in Ukraine would be "unacceptable" and told Russia to withdraw 1,000 items of military equipment from its neighbour's territory.
Kremlin-controlled Gazprom said on Feb. 26 it would exempt gas supplies to rebel-held regions from its main contract with Ukrainian Naftogaz, days before Kiev uses up gas volumes it has already paid for.
Category: MURAT YETKİN
The ruling Justice and Development Party’s (AK Parti) “zero problems with neighbors” policy was nothing but a derivative of the Turkish Republic’s strategic position formulated by its founder Mustafa Kemal Atatürk as “peace at home, peace in the world.”
Russia’s National Football Team manager has lashed out at Russian federation for placing him in a hotel in where hundreds of cosmetics salesmen convened
US Secretary of State John Kerry on Feb. 24 accused Russian leaders of lying "to my face" about Moscow's involvement in the conflict in Ukraine and denounced what he called Russia's "propaganda."
World leaders have proved "shameful and ineffective" in failing to protect civilians from groups like the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), Amnesty International said on Feb. 25, calling 2014 a "catastrophic" year
The project to construct a new gas pipeline with a capacity of 63 billion cubic meters from Russia to Turkey has entered the execution stage, Russian energy giant Gazprom has said by a written statement on late Feb. 24.
The EU unveiled plans Wednesday for a continent-wide single energy market to reduce its uneasy reliance on Russian supplies and cut a massive annual import bill of some 400 billion euros.
Kyiv accused pro-Russian rebels of opening fire with rockets and artillery at villages in southeastern Ukraine on Monday, all but burying a week-old European-brokered ceasefire deal.
The United States and Iran said Feb. 23 they had made progress in the latest round of talks on Tehran's nuclear programme, but warned there was still a long way to go to seal a final deal.
Russia's Gazprom said on Feb. 24 there were "serious" risks to gas transit to Europe via Ukraine after Kyiv failed to make a pre-payment
Foreign ministers from Ukraine, Russia, France and Germany were meeting in Paris on Feb. 24 in a bid to salvage a ceasefire deal which has failed to halt fighting in eastern Ukraine
Businesses run by Turkish mobile operator Turkcell and Russia’s MTS have been awarded 3G mobile licenses in Ukraine, the companies said Feb. 24.
A senior Iranian official in talks on the country's disputed nuclear programme has said differences remain on key questions at the ongoing negotiations in Geneva, state media reported on Feb. 23
Pro-Russian forces massing near Ukraine's port city of Mariupol tried to overrun a troop position overnight, KYiv said on Feb. 23, fuelling concerns for the fate of an internationally brokered ceasefire
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