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Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
The continuation of Turkey’s current foreign policy under PM Erdoğan will cause sectarian terrorism to spill over the country, claimed CHP leader Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu
Turkish foreign policy is heading toward a crossroads, as the country heads for its critical presidential election next month.
It is perhaps Turkey that has demonstrated the strongest reaction against Israel’s latest operations against the Palestinians in Gaza so far
'One of the main reasons of being a candidate for me, when this offer was made, was to stand against this drift toward authoritarianism,' İhsanoğlu said.
Questions from Senator John McCain apparently turned the June 15 testimony of John Bass, the ambassador-designate to Ankara, into a nightmare.
With Selahattin Demirtaş yesterday, on July 15, all three candidates for the Turkish presidential elections, with the first round on Aug. 10, have made their visions public.
When compared to the enormous oil and gas Reich that is Iraq, $8 million is almost nothing, but it has historical meaning for the Kurds in Iraq.
Was there a link between the two provocative actions in two days? It is hard to tell now. But the events have started to unfold in an inflammable manner afterwards
Erdoğan once again underlined in his long speech (under the title 'On the road to a new Turkey') that he will be a president without any hesitation to use all of the executive power
Supported by a number of opposition parties against Prime Minister Tayyip Erdoğan, Ekmeleddin İhsanoğlu launched his election campaign in Istanbul on June 10, bidding to be elected the next Turkish president a month ahead the first round on Aug. 10.
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