PM Erdoğan starts his Asia visit in Japan.. A FP roundup…

Defense and commerce to mark Turkish PM?s Asia visit

Economic partnership potential and defense industry alliances will be on the table during the Turkish PM?s week long official trip to Japan, Singapore and Malaysia, which started yesterday


The EU and the US saw the deviation of the ruling AKP too late, Turkish journalist says


The West failed to detect the changes that surfaced during the second tenure of the AKP government after 2007, according to journalist Sedat Ergin


2013, a year we do not want to recall in foreign policy


Academia who, in the future, will be drafting Turkey?s foreign policy, will probably mark the year 2013 as an unfortunate era when several failures occurred one after the other


Turkey releases its own EU Progress Report


European Union Ministry has issued its second progress report concerning the Turkey?s EU membership bid

Turkey to propose Syrian ceasefire before Geneva II


Ankara, Jan 5 : Turkey plans to call on the Syrian warring parties to cease fire ahead of the Geneva II conference as the Syrian opposition wants to participate in the peace talks under a “peaceful environment”.

Al Qaeda affiliate pull out of northern Syria strongholds

An al Qaeda affiliate rebel group pulled out from strategic areas of northern Syria near the Turkish border

Cerné par les affaires, le premier ministre turc s?en prend à ses alliés occidentaux


Le Monde (France) mercredi 1er et jeudi 2 janvier 2014, p. 3 Supplément Terres d?Europe Guillaume Perrier, Istanbul Recep Tayyip Erdogan accuse Washington et l?UE de ? complot ? contre son gouvernement. Quelques mois après le mouvement de protestation autour du parc Gezi, à Istanbul, et face à la multiplication des affaires de corruption et


USAK Director Sanberk: Turkey should make EU accession its top priority

Journal of Turkish Weekly

According to Emre Gonen, an international affairs expert from IstanbulBilgi University, Turkey-EU relations could have come to a very nasty point in 2013, if both parties did not acknowledge that they had much to lose and if external dynamics have not

La Turquie doit retrouver un destin européen

Les Echos (France) no. 21597, vendredi 3 janvier 2014, p. 6 Le point de vue de Sébastien Daziano * L?Union européenne n?a pas su entendre les manifestants d?Istanbul qui contestaient le pouvoir sans partage de l?AKP. L?arrimage de la Turquie à l?Europe est pourtant indispensable à la stabilité de nos frontières et au développement de

Syrian opposition re-elects Qamishli-born Jarba as leader ahead of Geneva talks

Ahmad Jarba won 65 votes, beating by 13 votes his only rival Riad Hijab, who is the best-known defector from the regime of President Bashar al-Assad

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