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Greek Cypriot leader Nicos Anastasiades was in Istanbul for the World Humanitarian Summit co-chaired by Turkey and Germany
May was a very important month for Turkish democracy
There are certain days in the life of every nation that for various reasons – for example, to serve as a demonstration of togetherness – must be celebrated if for no other reason
How will historians write the long, occasionally progressive, rarely peaceful, often regressive and definitely always traumatic journey Turkey has travelled under Justice and Development Party (AKP) governments?
“Starting like a German and finishing like a Turk” is a rather famous saying in Turkey
It appears Europe has made up its mind. The Turks’ dreams of a visa-free Europe will most likely need to wait for another rendezvous
Party discipline is a big issue for some parties while in one, loyalty to the eternal leader is so strong and uncompromising that with just one sign, the chairperson might feel compelled not only to step down but also spell out who should take over his post at the leader’s dictate...
The European Union has once again come to a crossroads in its relations with Turkey
While traveling to Antalya on May 3 for a “sequencing conference,” speculations were abundant that the prime minister might step down at any moment
At the recommendation of its Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), the U.N. General Assembly in 1993 proclaimed May 3 as World Press Freedom Day, which is often referred to as World Press Day or Press Freedom Day
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