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US, NATO clarify Chinese missile system not interoperable

NATO and the US conveyed to Ankara that a Chinese missile defense system will not be interoperable with NATO systems

Turkey, EU resume membership talks

Turkey has resumed talks to gain entry into the European Union after a 40-month freeze in negotiations.

VIDEO: Turkey seen as not European enough

The European Union says it has agreed to resume membership talks with Turkey.

 Turkey One the Eve and in the Wake of the Arab Spring

Middle Eastern Analysis (ORSAM) Vol. 5, No 58, October 2013, pages 10-20 Prof. Dr. Tarık Oğuzlu * This short essay aims to take stock of Turkey?s regional and global outlook on the eve and in the wake of the Arab Spring. The main argument is that whereas Turkey?s international profile was extremely positive on the

Radicalisation in Syria poses growing threat to Europe, says Turkish leader

In exclusive interview, president Abdullah Gul says Syria risks becoming ‘Afghanistan on the shores of the Mediterranean

The Syrian nation is dying as an indifferent world looks on, and the territory it occupies risks becoming “Afghanistan on the shores of the Mediterranean”, Turkey’s president, Abdullah Gul, has said.

Iran, Turkey have ?very, very good? ties on intel: Envoy

Intelligence cooperation between Turkey and Iran is in a good state which disturbs Western powers and Israel, according to the Iranian ambassador

Füle to hold talks in Turkey

Stefan Fule, the EU commissioner for enlargement and neighborhood policy, will pay a visit to Turkey this week

 Arab Spring countries are following the model set by Iraq ? and that?s bad news for them all

The National (UAE) November 5, 2013, p. 17 Ghassan Charbel As the ?Arab Spring? began to unfold three years ago, some people in the Arab region were suddenly infatuated with the Turkish model, wrote Ghassan Charbel, the editor-in-chief of the pan-Arab daily Al Hayat. At the time, the Turkish prime minister, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, was

Turkey shows progress, says Armenian historian Raymond Kevorkian

Armenian-descent French historian Raymond Kevorkian says the conference held on Islamized Armenians is a result of Turkey?s positive progress in democrac

Turkey forges ahead with trade deals in Middle East

While Turkey eyes more commercial opportunities in other countries, it signs a trade deal with the Ras al Khaimah Free Trade Zone, the UAE?s one of the rising star that has over 6,000 companies

EU, Turkey in talks for membership

Turkey appears ready to breathe new life into its long-stalled European Union accession process

Turkish president: Syria becoming Afghanistan in the Med

The Guardian (UK) Monday, November 4, 2013, p. 1-2-16 Simon Tisdall The Syrian nation is dying as an indifferent world looks on, and the territory it occupies risks becoming ?Afghanistan on the shores of the Mediterranean?, the Turkish president, Abdullah Gul, has said. Radicalisation of ordinary people by Islamist jihadist groups was spreading across Syria

Syria Kurds oust jihadists from Turkey border area

Kurdish militia in northern Syria have expelled Al-Qaeda-linked fighters from the majority Kurdish area
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