Les Echos (France) no. 21547, lundi 21 octobre 2013, p. 1-9 Dominique Moïsi * Prise à revers par les révolutions arabes, la crise syrienne et le dégel des relations irano-américaines, la Turquie a vraisemblablement plus besoin de l?Europe qu?elle ne veut l?admettre aujourd?hui. L?Europe s?éloigne de jour en jour de la Turquie », déclarait, la
European Voice (Belgium) 17.10.2013 By Marc Pierini * Turkey?s accession talks with the EU resume, but are they still on the same page? As usual, the European Commission?s progress report on Turkey and the associated ? and politically more significant ? ?strategy paper?, both published yesterday (16 October), are a mix of positive and negative
Exclusive: The European Union will resume stalled talks, hoping to encourage progress on human rights
The European Union is to reopen membership talks with Turkey, more than three years after freezing negotiations, in an attempt to boost the prospects for democratic reforms amid fears that the country is taking an authoritarian lurch under its prime minister, Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
This year?s EU progress report adopted by the European Commission last week received a rare welcome from Turkey over the weekend (19-20 October), signalling an easing of the recent strain in relations between Ankara and Brussels. EurActiv Turkey reports.
In recent years, the European Commission?s adoption of its yearly progress report on candidate countries was followed by furious responses from Ankara.
After earning her spot on the TV news totem poll, Lara Setrakian had a difficult time explaining her decision to leave her dream job ? covering the Middle East on-air for ABC and Bloomberg ? to her friends and family