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YUSUF KANLI

yusuf.kanli@hurriyet.com.tr

Syria to Yemen

YUSUF KANLI writes:

Could there be that much of a difference between how developments of this 'Greater Middle Eastern Area' are perceived in Ankara, Cairo or Kuwait?

Comment(s) 3/30/2015

Kinderland vote approaching

YUSUF KANLI writes:

Turkey has entered the election frenzy for the June 7 parliamentary elections, the outcome of which perhaps will shape not only the life of Turks but also the place of Turkey in the global political game.

Comment(s) 3/27/2015

Is there a crisis or not?

YUSUF KANLI writes:

Are they playing the good cop / bad cop game? Is there a crisis between the president and his Justice and Development Party (AKP) government over the Kurdish opening?

Comment(s) 3/25/2015

New era with old concerns

YUSUF KANLI writes:

Turkey is going through some very challenging times. Will it be possible to steer the Turkish transatlantic ship smoothly through the drastically difficult Kurdish problem’s rough waters with icebergs floating around or laden with mines?

Comment(s) 3/23/2015

From Gallipoli to Ararat

YUSUF KANLI writes:

Turkey, Australia, New Zealand and Britain… What do they have in common? This week not only these countries, but the entire world remembered the heroes of the Gallipoli Campaign on the centenary of the historic battle.

Comment(s) 3/20/2015

In memory of Maria of Pontus

YUSUF KANLI writes:

“The ethics of the media are what the boss says, brother Yusuf,” warned Sedat Örsel on Facebook early in the morning Tuesday.

Comment(s) 3/18/2015

Which end of the egg to eat?

YUSUF KANLI writes:

Democracy is a difficult game to play. It has its rules. Some play it well, some play it badly

Comment(s) 3/16/2015

Demonization of Koenig

YUSUF KANLI writes:

Espen Barth Eide, the special Cyprus envoy of the U.N. secretary-general, will be on Cyprus between March 16 and 18 in a bid to revive the Cyprus talks while Greek Cypriots are busy demonizing a top diplomat

Comment(s) 3/13/2015

Fight for power

YUSUF KANLI writes:

With Hakan Fidan making a quick exit from politics back to the post of undersecretary of the National Intelligence Organization, is it possible to assume that the Fidan incident was a humiliation for Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu and a declaration of victory for President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan in the first major battle for power in the ruling party?

Comment(s) 3/11/2015

Can’t do away with a bunch of flowers

YUSUF KANLI writes:

Turkey has an acute problem. Ethnic Kurds, non-Muslims, non-Sunni Muslims, women, disabled people, everyone suffers from a chronic problem: The lack of a democratic culture.

Comment(s) 3/9/2015

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