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Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
Perhaps there is nothing abnormal in one country’s intelligence agency spying on the top executives of another country to gather sensitive economic, political and, of course, military data that might be used in an economic, political or - God forbid - military confrontation.
Was it a shock? Or, is there anything absurd in the two top politicians of the country making a “long-term plan” which will accommodate the expectations of both
Under the Turkish Constitution, the moment a candidate is elected president he is no longer a parliamentarian and should sever all ties with political parties, as the president ought to be above party politics.
Swords were sharpened. The first salvoes were fired. President Abdullah Gül declared his decision to return to his former Justice and Development Party (AKP) once his tenure in office ends on Aug. 28.
Turkish citizens voting at Sunday’s presidential elections will most likely not only just produce a president, but usher in a new and problematic era in the country
It is just a joke. Has it ever happened? I have no idea. Most probably it was the product of a cheeky story teller. Once upon a time there was a sultan.
There are several speculations about the day after the presidential elections. It is as if some of our friends travelled in time, saw Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan win the presidency
An article titled 'When Genocide is Permissible,' written by Yochanan Gordon, published Sunday, Aug. 3, in the Times of Israel became a very hot issue immediately
Often, it is claimed Turkish political-Islam has been consolidating itself in power through a step-by-step disguised secret agenda. Wrong
Nobody listens to officials from the ruling Justice and Development (AKP), so it does not carry much meaning as to how strongly they denounce Israeli mass murders in Gaza.
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