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Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
Advances in VOIP (voice over IP) communications technologies not only made local or international connections far cheaper than land or mobile lines could make possible, but brought audiovisual capabilities to such levels as if the entire world is meeting in the study room or at the breakfast table.
The secularist neighborhood is very much in disarray nowadays. Some sadistically enjoy what is happening to the people belonging to the Fethullah Gülen Islamist brotherhood
Turkey is passing through some rather unpleasant days. The president of the country is publicly targeting newsmen.
Expectations for a quick fix to the crisis in the Cyprus talks process appear to have come to a dead end.
Once upon a time, in a country of little men far away, there was an administration that came to power promising people to fight against poverty, corruption and prohibitions.
At one of Ankara’s large hotels, on the sidelines of an intellectual exercise of state, individual, democracy, power and rotten politics, I was talking with Dengir Mir Mehmet Fırat on the transformation within the AKP
It is rather odd for a constitutional law professor to declare that if the Constitutional Court decides to annul the 10 percent national electoral threshold, such a decision would lead to questioning the very existence of the top court
This week, Putin and Turkey’s Erdoğan were in talks in Ankara over gas, nuclear energy, energy lines, and such power-related subjects
Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has elevated himself to the presidency, but is trying to remain the leader of the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) with domestic and foreign visits, statements targeting political opponents, as well as controversial statements going to the extent of Muslims discovering the Americas and the “Cuban mosque.”
Turkey is debating once again the merits of court-ordered media censorship, in contravention of Article 25 of the Constitution that safeguards the “citizens’ right to be informed.”
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