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Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
Archives are often the best referee. A most serious analysis that you read today may look like
When I wrote “The Democratic Police Republic of Turkey” in this column in May 2011
When I read the news that quoted Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu as promising “to bring peace and stability to the Caucasus"
In Islamic scripture, the Age of Ignorance refers to the Arabic culture and life before the arrival of the Islamic Revelation. Not much seems to have changed 14 centuries later.
The summary section of Public Notice 8184 of the U.S. Department of State puts it clearly
Could it be that the Turks do not understand it because it is too obvious
When in 2010, the AKP-controlled Higher Education Board (YÖK) liberated the Islamic headscarf on campuses
I repeat: In the last decade, I have written unnecessarily thick and probably too boring chronicles
On Wednesday, I tried to reflect “an island’s view” over whether the murder of two Greek neo-Nazis
Greeks could hardly find time to celebrate the end of the World War II