Hardly is there any politician in modern times who is as good as Turkish president at winning polls. Recep Tayyip Erdogan, again, declared victory on ...
Erdogan’s turn toward Moscow is not without reason
Davutoglu was being asked to be a maestro of an orchestra, whose songs are composed only by Erdogan
For Western politicians, Turkey’s open-door policy for Syrian refugees is cause for applause, as long as they stay within Turkish borders. Since ...
Russia has significantly stepped up its role in Syria since the downing of its warplane by Turkey. Ankara’s Western allies have urged both ...
Russian President Vladimir Putin was one of the first foreign leaders to visit the sumptuous palace of his Turkish counterpart, Recep Tayyip Erdogan. ...
For months, Turkey had been preparing assiduously to host the G-20 summit of the world's leading economies in the Mediterranean resort town of Antalya ...
On Sunday, people in Turkey flocked to the polls to elect their representatives for the parliament
Merkel offered to revive EU membership talks even though rights and freedoms in Turkey are getting worse
In traditional societies, political and economic security come with loyalties in various forms. Turkey is no exception. What is unfortunate in ...
Both sides must return to peace talks, with conditions that they must be held transparently with no strings attached
The Turkish public is now convinced that the latest political turmoil is directly linked to Erdogan’s presidential ambitions
Nationalists have praised the AKP for bombing Kurdish rebels inside Turkey and in their strongholds in northern Iraq
Turkey immediately hailed the nuclear deal, but those in the region who have been wary of Iran’s ambitions expressed concerns
If history is any guide, Turkey will not make an incursion into its southern neighbor
Backed by the popular support, the former Turkish government has long been accused of undermining Turkish institutions
As Erdogan pushes the government to the edge, voices against him are getting louder
In a nine-hour operation called Operation Shah Euphrates, the Turkish army entered into Syria
Turkey has started sending out ominous signals in the past year
Turkey’s unwillingness to join a U.S.-led coalition determined to defeat the Islamic State, or ISIS, is directly linked to Ankara’s ...
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