By YAVUZ BAYDAR. Published: July 19, 2013. ISTANBUL ? THE protests that convulsed Istanbuland other Turkish cities last month exposed, among many other things, the shameful role of Turkey’s media conglomerates in subverting press freedom.
Kurdish rebels give Turkey a “final warning” to start implementing reforms agreed under a peace plan.
A recent survey made by the Sonar polling company showed that if a general election had been carried out last Sunday in Turkey, the ruling Justice and Development Party (AK Parti) would have gotten 44 percent of the votes
As of this week at least three professional groups in Turkey have been expecting President Abdullah Gül
The Kurdish peace process is no longer in deadlock since the PKK’s headquarters in the Kandil Mountains received a letter from its jailed leader, according to Karayılan
The prime minister?s recently appointed chief adviser Yiğit Bulut has said he would die for Recep Tayyip Erdoğan if it was necessary
The Patriot and Revolutionary Youth Movement (YDG-H), the self-styled public order organization of the outlawed PKK has clashed with police after a demo in Cizre
Five hundred graduates from the Living Languages Institute at Mardin?s Artuklu University are awaiting their maiden appointments as Kurdish teachers
Main opposition Republican People?s Party (CHP) has outlined its own steps for the resolution of the Kurdish issue while criticizing the government for its lack of hesitance on the peace process
Turkish chambers of doctors, engineers and architects have called on President Abdullah Gül to veto an omnibus bill
AKP deputy chair Ekrem Erdem ruled out rumors suggesting the main opposition CHP and the MHP were set to seal an election alliance accord for the upcoming local elections in March 2014.
A leading figure of an Alevi cultural association has spoken out against Turkish PM?s recent remarks on the Alevi faith