Ahmet Davutoğlu kicks off a busy schedule with a trip to the U.S. where he will meet his counterpart John Kerry and Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel
Ahmet Davutoğlu has visited Myanmar?s Arakan (Rakhine) region in the northwest of the country where the Muslim Rohingya people predominantly live
Syrian Kurds declared an interim administration in northeastern parts of the country (Rojava) after driving out radical Islamist rebels
The U.S. has expressed concerns over the declaration of a constituent assembly by Syrian Kurds as a self-declared ‘first step’ toward an interim administration
Turkey aims to make a definitive decision in about six months on whether to co-produce an air and missile defense system with a Chinese firm
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan‘s ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) has joined the European Conservatives and Reformists political family, the Turkish government announced yesterday (12 November).
The Turkish government announced in a statement that AKP had abandoned plans to join the centre-right European Peoples? Party (EPP) and had instead become a member of the Alliance of European Conservative and Reformists and one of the four vice presidencies in the Alliance had been assumed by AK Party Vice Chairman Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu.