Now it is our time to leak into the night life of Taksim on saturday, 4th of December 19.30 @ Ekvator Cafe!
Turkey’s Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu addresses a global security summit seminar on regional security cooperation Saturday, Dec. 4, 2010, in Manama, Bahrain. Senior political and military officials from Arab states, Iran, Europe, Asia and the United States are among delegates focusing on topics including fears of a nuclear Iran and Yemen-based terror cells during the International Institute for Strategic Studies’ annual Manama Dialogue.? Read more »(AP Photo/ Hasan Jamali)
When the WikiLeaks documents are examined thoroughly, it can be said that they have hit the US administration the hardest. First, the diplomatic credibility of the US sustained damage
WikiLeaks had previously released documents about Afghanistan, which also led to turmoil; however, the situation is very different now because we are faced with a large number of documents that target the entire world
The American diplomatic cables leaked by or through WikiLeaks help clarify many questions regarding Turkey, and help us analyze the mindset of those diplomats, their personal capacities and their choices of sources and contacts. We also learn a great deal of the real thinking of the main actors in the regional neighborhood, and assess the level of delicacy in Ankara?s foreign policy
WikiLeaks revealed reasons for Sarkozy’s dislike of Turkey
Information-Analytic Agency NEWS.am
Another document dated as of December 2009 demonstrates Sarkozy’s dislike of Turkey. The letter sent by US Ambassador to France Charles Rivkin to Hillary
What WikiLeaks revealed: From soporific to sizzling
Another cable assesses Turkey’s foreign minister Ahmet Davutoglu as an ?exceptionally dangerous? Islamist influence. Beaming after an apologetic meeting
If the AKP was the guy in a teen drama, it?s safe to say he would not be the hero. I picture him more as the shifty, smooth operator. For some reason I?m not wholly sure about, George Wickham of Pride and Prejudice comes to mind.
WikiLeaks has sent tremors throughout the world. Needless to say, this effect was reflected in the media. Authoritarian governments and tightly controlled media in China and across the Arab Middle East have suppressed virtually all mention of the documents, avoiding the public backlash that could result from such candid portrayals of their leaders? views
Relations between Turkey and the US have been harmed by the WikiLeaks cables. By Olivia Ward Foreign Affairs Reporter True, some of the 250000-odd WikiLeaks
WikiDrips: Turkey’s PM is to blame for deteriorating ties
Jewish Telegraphic Agency (blog)
… according to a confidential cable by the US embassy,” Turkey’s Hurriyet Daily News reports in a dispatch about material in the WikiLeaks trove
Wall Street Journal
ISTANBUL?In Turkey and beyond, the release of US diplomatic cables on website WikiLeaks has sparked a round of conspiracy theories
Turkey Finance Minister Retaliates Against Wikileaks’ Allegations
Wall Street Journal (blog)
The WikiLeaks cables may have ensnared diplomats and heads of state across the globe, but in Turkey, the ?revelations? have also hit the
Wikileaks Reveals Kurdish Secrets
Other secret cables leaked by Wikileaks alleged that Turkey’s Kurdish guerilla movement, the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK), was involved in drug
Turkey’s Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan speaks during a news conference with Croatia’s Prime Minister Jadranka Kosor in Ankara November 26, 2010.
Vivid stories among WikiLeaks diplomatic cables
Another tale that would have gone unremarked without WikiLeaks is the 2009 saga of the horseback escape from Iran to Turkey of then-75-year-old Hossein
WikiLeaks in Turkey — Cui bono?
It was published as an assertion in this newspaper that, ?The main target [of WikiLeaks] is Turkey and its ruling Justice and Development Party [AK Party]