Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu is the latest Turkish figure to chide US Secretary of State John Kerry for lauding Syria?s al-Assad?s compliance with the UN, saying that the Syrian leader is a ?killer?
Ruprecht Polenz said the civil society’s presence in Gezi is a barometer of Europeanization
Turkey’s Spymaster Plots Own Course on Syria
Hakan Fidan Takes Independent Tack in Wake of Arab Spring
A senior European diplomat has expressed his regret that the announcement of the next Progress Report will coincide with Turkey?s Feast of the Sacrifice
Turkey?s Evolving Strategic Balance with China, Japan and South Korea Asia Pacific Bulletin (East-West Center) No. 235, October 8, 2013 by Selcuk Colakoglu Selcuk Colakoglu, Visiting Research Fellow with the Near East South Asia Center for Strategic Studies at the National Defense University in Washington, D.C., explains that ?While Turkey?s relationship with Japan and South Korea will continue to develop, it is the economic relationship
Turkey Goes Chinese for Missile Defense EDAM Discussion Paper Series, 2013/12, 7 October 2013, 13 p. Aaron Stein, Can Kasapoglu, Sinan Ulgen Turkey has announced plans to coproduce a long-range air and missile defense system with China?s Precision Machinery Import-Export Corporation. Ankara?s decision which came at the expense of US or French-Italian offers, surprised Turkey?s NATO Allies and quickly led to