Serbia’s president says he won’t take part in a Balkan initiative with Turkey in protest over reported remarks by Turkey’s prime minister in Kosovo
Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan?s recent words on Kosovo have been misunderstood, Turkey?s foreign minister says
While the world holds its breath awaiting the Geneva II peace talks, scheduled for 23 November, analysts are beginning to wonder whether a minor player may shed new light on the Syrian puzzle.
Madrid, Porto, Lisbon and the Iberian peninsula made me reconsider what Portugal and Spain have and do not have in common with Turkey
Had it not been for setbacks like the Gezi events, Turkey?s change in image would have been considered as dramatic according to the head of a German think tank
First, it was Turkey?s regional politics which seemed to have drifted away from the politics of its longtime Western allies
?There was a decidedly mixed picture in the area of fundamental rights,? said the European Union?s Turkey 2013 Progress Report
Turkey?s foreign aid for development projects, ranging from building schools to providing clean water in 121 countries, reached $3.4 billion in 2012
A senior State Department official and Turkey?s ambassador in Washington D.C. are among the figures with whom BDP co-chair Selahattin Demirtaş will hold talks
The European Commission on Monday said it would provide 85 million euros ($120 million) in humanitarian aid to help people caught up in Syria’s civil war.