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Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
“Turkey has reset its foreign policy.” That’s the most popular thing to say these days
Last Thursday during a TV interview with Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, columnist Mehmet Barlas posed a question which revived the debate on conservatism.
Some walls are being pulled down while some others are being built in the Kurdish context
Lately BDP (Peace and Democracy Party) and PYD (Democratic Union Party) leaders have been talking about their unity
A first happened last week on October 28 at the United Nations (UN) Headquarters in New York
Dominique Moisi wrote a piece last week titled “Turkey’s Lost Illusions,” arguing Turkey has lost control of the Syrian crisis and history in the Middle East is not moving in the direction that Turkey would wish.
After 16 days of government closure, the third longest in U.S. history, the Congress reopened
Fear is spreading around the world since the U.S. government shutdown might trigger a relapse
Speaking at the Istanbul World Forum on Friday, President Abdullah Gül warned that the current turmoil
There were some symbolic moments in the 2000s reflecting Turkey’s democratization