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Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
According to a report in The New York Times, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said of Russian leader Vladimir Putin that 'she was not sure he was in touch with reality' and was 'living in another world'
The first time I ever went to Greek Cyprus, I was expecting to find a fully functioning democracy, since it was in 2004
There is so much happening in Turkey all the time that sometimes you have to hear it from an outsider to realize certain facts.
When a country’s self-confidence is boosted; does it become more aggressive (in the negative sense) or less aggressive, with its foreign policy?
When Barack Obama came to the U.S. presidency in 2008, many had high expectations for world peace.
“Alo Fatih...” could become a campaign motto for the opposition Nationalist Movement Party (MHP). Alo is the word we use when we pick up the phone.
“The difference between the East and West is Turkey. I do not know which one you subtract from which, but what I am sure of is the distance between the two is around Turkey.”
A couple of years ago, I received an invitation from the British Council for a brainstorming meeting about an upcoming G-20 summit.
It would have been a huge surprise had Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan abstained from attending the opening ceremony of the Sochi Winter Olympic games.
Three years ago I went skiing in the Banff National Park in Canada. At that time I did not know that Turks who were incarcerated during World War I