Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has claimed that Israel was behind the July 3 military coup in Egypt
The security situation in the arid peninsula has become increasingly precarious since the 2011 uprising.
Comparisons between Egypt’s present crisis and the upheaval in 1990s Algeria gain credibility.
Violent reaction to anti-military protests spurs some coup supporters to join the Brotherhood in the streets.
The Muslim Brotherhood has named an interim leader to head the group after its supreme guide was arrested
Turkey, Qatar and Iran, despite supporting opposite sides of the struggle in Syria, support the Muslim Brotherhood and its particular agenda. Excepting Qatar, the Arab Gulf states are largely suspicious of the Brotherhood. Resistant to change, they
Ever since Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan scolded Israeli President Shimon Peres in 2009
David Degner shares photographs from the mobbed and burned churches in Mallawi, Minya, in Upper Egypt here.
Syrian Kurds have been defending the oil-rich town of Rimelan in northern Syria from al-Qaeda-linked groups and said the oil-wells were a crucial income source for the region?s economy.
Turkey?s withdrawn ambassador to Cairo, Hüseyin Avni Botsalı, had a busy Monday
Deputy PM Bozdağ keeps up his diatribes against the ills of the modern Middle East, accusing Arab monarchs for supporting the regional status quo
La Tribune (France), no. 5257, 19 août 2013, p. 142-144 English Español Dani Rodrik L?islam est-il fondamentalement incompatible avec la démocratie? De nombreux événements nous amènent à nous poser la question. Mais c?est une question qui obscurcit les choses, plutôt que de les éclairer, estime Dani Rodrik, professeur d?économie politique internationale à l?université
Times of Oman, August 19,2013, p. A13 Deutsch Español Français Kemal Derviş *, Istanbul A cycle of terrible violence has taken over much of the Middle East. Its centre has shifted from Iraq (where sectarian strife has recently escalated again) to Syria, but it encompasses Egypt, Yemen, Libya and Tunisia as well. Farther east, Afghanistan
Hurriyet Daily News (Turkey) Monday, August 19, 2013, p. 4 Nuray Mert ?Loneliness? is one of the most ?noble? concepts of literary genre. As such, it implies voluntary or inevitable exclusion from the banality of the ordinary life and people. As such, it is an aspiration of uniqueness, and intellectual and/or moral superiority over ?the
BBC Monitoring European (UK) August 18, 2013 Türkçe Text of report by Turkish newspaper Radikal website on 18 August Column by Cengiz Candar: ?Turkey?s ?Precious Loneliness? or its ?Ineffective Foreign Policy??? Has the leadership of Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan become
Voice of America (VOA) August 16, 2013 Encounter From Tunisia to Egypt, the ?Arab Spring? uprisings ousted autocrats and catapulted several Islamist movements to positions of power. Many looked to Turkey, whose moderately Islamist AK party, was seen as a model. Host Carol Castiel talks with Soner Cagaptay, Director of the Turkish Research Program at
Turkish Nobel laureate author Orhan Pamuk has said he is closely watching the latest developments in Egypt
The Turkish government’s foreign policy has been steady since developments in both Syria and Egypt began
Several Egyptian TV channels have launched a boycott of Turkish drama series, to protest Turkish government
Ankara is witnessing a series of high-level meetings concerning developments in Egypt
Turkish actor Necati Şaşmaz has expressed support for Egypt?s ousted president, Mohamed Morsi