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Turkey Finds It Is Sidelined as Broker in Mideast

from NYT > Turkey by By TIM ARANGO
Turkey has found itself largely shut out of the central and defining Arab-Israeli conflict in Gaza.

 

World hails Israel-Hamas ceasefire, thanks Egypt

from Hurriyet Daily News
The United Nations, United States and world powers welcomed a ceasefire between Israel and Hamas.

Davutoğlu?s tears

from Hurriyet Daily News
Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu could no longer hold back his tears as he was paying his condolences.

 

Turkey Finds It Is Sidelined As Broker In Mideast

by Acturca
The New York Times (USA) Wednesday, November 21, 2012, p. A 12 By Tim Arango, Istanbul After prayers last Friday, Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan stepped outside a mosque on the banks of the Bosphorous here and dismissed a suggestion that Turkey should talk directly with its onetime ally, Israel, to attempt to resolve the

 

Growing ties between Egypt, Turkey may signal new regional order

from Yahoo News Photos
The emerging alliance between Egypt’s Mohamed Morsi and Turkey ‘s Recep Tayyip Erdogan reflects two Islamist leaders maneuvering to reshape the Middle East. CAIRO ? Egypt and Turkey are forging an alliance that showcases two Islamist leaders maneuvering to reshape a Middle East gripped by political upheaval and passionate battles over how deeply the Koran should penetrate public life.

 

Erdogan Pays for His Foreign Policy

by Acturca
The National Interest (USA) November 12, 2012 Halil Karaveli * Turkey?s prime minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan is used to prevailing over his foes. The once all-powerful Turkish generals who defied him now linger in prison. By all accounts, Erdogan is the most powerful leader of the Turkish republic?which celebrated its eighty-ninth anniversary on October 29?since

 

The EU, Turkey, and the Arab Spring: Challenges and Opportunities for Regional Integration

by Acturca
GTE Working Paper (Istituto Affari Internazionali) No. 1, 6 Nov 2012, 11 p. by Kemal Kirişci * Regional integration has long been seen as an effective tool for encouraging regional peace, stability, and prosperity, with the added expectation that economic growth may also facilitate transition to democracy. Working on these same assumptions, the EU and

 

Europe: Erdogan and Gul differ on country?s EU aspirations – FT.com

 

Turkish FM under criticism over foreign policy

from Hurriyet Daily News
Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu once again faced harsh criticism on Nov. 6 from opposition parties regarding the government?s Syrian policy, which the opposition called ?a dreamer?s.

 

Can Turkey and Israel work together on Syria?

from Hurriyet Daily News
Barack Obama will disengage the U.S. from the Middle East in military terms to focus

U.S.-Turkish Relations

by Acturca
Report (CSIS) Nov 13, 2012, 20 p. Center for Strategic and International Studies By Bülent Aliriza & Bülent Aras As the United States and Turkey enter the third decade following the end of the Cold War, they are enjoying a new era in their long partnership. Their cooperation has recently been enhanced by overlapping perspectives

Growing ties between Egypt, Turkey may signal new regional order

from Yahoo news
The emerging alliance between Egypt’s Mohamed Morsi and Turkey’s Recep Tayyip Erdogan reflects two Islamist leaders maneuvering to reshape the Middle East. CAIRO ? Egypt and Turkey are forging an alliance that showcases two Islamist leaders maneuvering to reshape a Middle East gripped by political upheaval and passionate battles over how deeply the Koran should penetrate public life.

The Changing Landscape of the Arab World and Implications for the EU and Turkey

by Acturca
Policy Brief (The German Marshall Fund of the United States) Nov 15, 2012 Foreign Policy Program Emiliano Alessandri & Nora Fisher Onar * In September 2012, the Transatlantic Foundation of the German Marshall Fund of the United States co-hosted a workshop entitled ?21 Months and Counting: The Changing Landscape of the Arab World and Implications

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