Looks like PRISM scandal also affects Turkey…

Schieffer Series: A Discussion of Data Surveil...
Schieffer Series: A Discussion of Data Surveillance, PRISM, Snowden and the NSA (Photo credit: CSIS: Center for Strategic & International Studies)

US spies ?bugged? Turkish mission: Report

The U.S. intelligence agencies have spied on embassies and missions of many other countries including Turkey, according to the latest US NSA documents leaked by Snowden

Turkey to ‘react’ if US spy claims true

Turkey would seek an explanation from the United States if the claims of spying on Turkish missions in the country were true, one diplomatic source has said



Turkish PM Erdoğan?s Gaza trip to take place in ?shortest and rightest time?

Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan?s visit to Gaza is on the agenda, however, no date has yet been set, Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu said today.

Croatia to become EU?s 28th member as Turkey still waits

Croatia is set to become the 28th member of the European Union July 1, a milestone capping the Adriatic republic?s recovery from war



Turkish-iranian partition of the Middle East

Kuwait Times, Thursday, June 27, 2013, p. 6 By Ibrahim Saleh During the last decade many right-wing American and Israeli analysts have described the geo-strategic struggles unfolding in the Middle East as a new ?Cold War? pitting the United States against Shiite Iran. They have warned of an Arab ?Shiite Crescent? ? stretching from Lebanon

Turkey and the EU: A broken relationship?

The decision had seemed to be a foregone conclusion, following France’s agreement in February to lift its objections.

EU risks upsetting Turkey with threat to call off talks

By Adrian Croft BRUSSELS (Reuters) – The European Union is on the verge of scrapping a new round of membership talks with Turkey, a move that would further undermine Ankara’s already slim hopes of joining the bloc anytime soon and damage its relations with Brussels. Germany, the EU’s biggest economic power, is blocking efforts to revive Turkey’s EU membership bid, partly because of its handling .

Turkish democrats demand EU entry

Deutsche Welle

Emre Gönen, a political scientist at the European Institute of the Bilgi University in Istanbul, finds Bagis’ reaction inappropriate. “There are no internal affairs anymore – if you want to become a member of the European Union, your affairs become

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