Turkish Minister of Foreign Affairs has announced that he is going to visit Yerevan, Armenian capital city, on 12 December 2013.
As a part of the Black See Economic Cooperation meetings, Davutoglu will attend some meetings in Yerevan at the ministerial level. 33 more words
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FM announces TRT journalist arrested in Egypt to be released (as Turkey remains the biggest jailer of journalists)
Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu has announced via his Twitter account that TRT correspondent Metin Turan, who had been detained in Egypt while covering the protests following the military coup, is set to be released on Dec. 316 more words
Emre Erdogan, Professor, Bilgi University, Istanbul 12/3/13
For an ordinary citizen of the world, it is not easy to understand Turkish foreign policy especially in turbulent times. 3,070 more words
Turkey deports 1,100 European fighters to countries of origin – Today’s Zaman, your gateway to Turkish daily news.
Turkey has sent a report to European countries saying that it has deported 1,100 European citizens who came to Turkey to join al-Qaeda-linked groups fighting in Syria back to their own countries amid increasing allegations that Ankara is turning a blind eye to terrorists using its territory to cross into Syria, according to the Habertürk daily. 349 more words
I spent the better part of last week in Istanbul talking U.S. and Turkish foreign policy under the auspices of the Hollings Center, and I came away with a lot to mull over, but if there was one big overarching takeaway, it is that the U.S. 961 more words
BAGHDAD: Turkey and Iraq pledged greater cooperation on trade and counter-terrorism while admitting to disagreements over Syria’s war during a landmark visit to Baghdad by the Turkish foreign minister on Sunday. 551 more words