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Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
There are some serious claims regarding probable election fraud. Most of these claims cannot be substantiated with any reasonable explanation. Some of them, however, are verified with numerous, indeed, massive first-hand complaints
In this predominantly Muslim country, whenever there has been a serious challenge to the “white” Turks’ secular democratic governance anchored to the West, the threat was defused through an anti-democratic intervention in politics by Turkey’s strong military.
Should the Turkish president have any fear that his future might be similar to that of Egypt’s ousted president, Mohamed Morsi?
Hopes are building on the island, as well as in the international arena, that within a few months, a Cyprus deal or a preliminary framework accord might finally be reached
Once upon a time, there was a famous saying: There are judges in Turkey. Is it still valid?
Mustafa Akıncı and Nikos Anastasiades, the leaders of the two communities of the divided Cyprus wined and dined at an occasion hosted by Espen Barth Eide, the special envoy of the UN secretary-general, and agreed to kick off the Cyprus talks
Will the June 7 elections be the first electoral defeat of the tall, bald and bold man yelling at everyone?
On his maiden trip abroad, newly elected Turkish Cypriot leader Mustafa Akıncı and his Turkish counterpart and host Recep Tayyip Erdoğan left behind the “motherland” and “kinderland” squabble and declared jointly it was now time to concentrate on fast-tracking the Cyprus talks and finding a resolution in 2015.
The nature of Turkey’s democracy is a matter for Turkish citizens to decide, whether it’s a presidential system or a strong parliamentary system
Some people are unhappy with the “negotiator” pick of new Turkish Cypriot President Mustafa Akıncı
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