Some EU governments act in contradiction with a strategic vision for the common European values and interest when they block Turkey?s accession talks, writes Kader Sevinç.
Kader Sevinç is the Representative to the EU of CHP (the Republican Peoples? Party, which is the largest opposition force in Turkey). She is also Presidency Council Member of PES, the Party of European Socialists.
Turkey?s European Union membership has lost grounds in both Turkish and European societies
Le Figaro (France) no. 21500, jeudi 19 septembre 2013, p. 17 Opinions ~ Analyse Pierre Rousselin Il y a l?Europe rêvée à laquelle elle aspire, et l?Europe bien plus réelle qui la tient à distance. Entre les deux, la voie est si étroite que la Turquie est tentée de baisser les bras. Le contexte politique
Les Echos (France) no. 21525, jeudi 19 septembre 2013, p. 7 Anne Bauer, Bureau de Bruxelles La situation économique pourrait faciliter la réunification de l?île. Le président de la Commission européenne, José Manuel Barroso, a annoncé, hier à Bruxelles, son espoir d?assister à une relance rapide et décisive du processus de paix entre Chypriotes grecs
Browsing through history books on Turkish foreign policy is enough to understand the fate of foreign policy
A senior delegation from the main opposition Republican People?s Party (CHP) will depart for the U.S. capital on Sept. 22
European Stability Initiative (ESI) 12 September 2013 By Gerald Knaus and Lucia Gobierna * On 12 September 1963 leaders of the European Economic Community and Turkey met in Ankara. They signed an Association Agreement? the Ankara Agreement ? with the objective ?to promote the continuous and balanced strengthening of trade and economic relations between the
Reuters (UK) September 18, 2013 By Nick Tattersall, Istanbul Clinging to calls for military action in Syria and wedded to his backing for Egypt?s ousted Islamist president, Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan cuts an increasingly lonely figure in a region whose future he still hopes to help shape. Finding himself in what one adviser calls [
A department working under the prime ministry has been wiretapped by two spies, allegedly with links to Iranian intelligence
A department working under the Turkish Prime Ministry has been wiretapped by two spies with alleged links to Iranian intelligence, according to a report
We have observed the 50th anniversary of the signing of the Ankara Agreement
CHP dismisses ruling party criticism of its recent Egypt visit, says the meetings were conducted with government officials and opinion leaders