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Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
A recent report of the United Nations Security Council 1267/1989 Al-Qaida Sanctions Committee’s Monitoring Team estimates that 25,000 foreign terrorist fighters (FTFs) from 100 countries are linked to al-Qaida and the ISIL
Almost a month has passed since April 24, the date that marked the 100th anniversary of the 1915 Armenian tragedy
The Justice and Development Party’s (AKP) nearly 13 years in government will be put to the test once more through the ballot box next month.
International relations scholars would know better, but seasoned journalists could also attest to the fact that one very rarely sees a radical alteration in a country’s foreign policies after a change in government.
Does anyone remember how the war in Syria started?
A conference organized in Ankara by USAK on Turkish-Israeli relations in view of regional developments started with a heated debate when Professor Raphael Israeli attributed Turkey’s policies toward Israel to Turks’ hatred of the Jewish people
“It’s the economy, stupid!” This is pretty much how you can summarize the main opposition Republican People’s Party’s (CHP) election campaign motto.
By calling the Armenian massacre during World War I genocide, the Vatican has joined the plot against Turkey, Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu claimed
It would have been unrealistic to expect a new initiative for reconciliation between Armenia and Turkey while the former was preparing for the 100th anniversary and the latter for general elections.
Still, looking at Turkish society, you end up concluding that certain things about Turks might remain “almost” inexplicable.
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