Rescued Turkish hostages arrive in Ankara

Rescued Turkish hostages arrive in Ankara

Families of rescued consulate hostages were present at the Ankara airport, where PM Davutoglu and hostages have landed. | MORE

Anti-Erdogan bloc- from Gezi until today

Anti-Erdogan bloc- from Gezi until today

The months of May and June of 2013 went by with violent street protests in İstanbul and all over Turkey. | MORE

by HALIME KOKCE

Political games of CHP

Political games of CHP

This year will be registered in the Turkish political history as a year of reconstruction.This was already an anticipated happening. | MORE

by ETYEN MAHCUPYAN

Davutoglu and Kurdish-Turkish peace

Davutoglu and Kurdish-Turkish peace

The 62nd government that was formed by Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu is determined to conclude the peace process which was initiated two years ago with the aim of disarming the Kurdish Workers’ Party (PKK) and to resolve of the Kurdish issue. | MORE

by KURTULUS TAYİZ

Top 5 contradictions in Obama’s emerging ISIL strategy

Top 5 contradictions in Obama’s emerging ISIL strategy

In the past week, Secretary of State John Kerry has marshaled support of some sort from both European nations and from countries in the Middle East for the US push against ISIL. | MORE

by JUAN COLE

Turkish position on ISIS and the international coalition

Turkish position on ISIS and the international coalition

A wide international coalition seems to be established against the ISIS but at the same time it gives signs of a continuation without a real determination to take concrete steps. | MORE

by SAADET ORUC

It is far away for them but very close to us

It is far away for them but very close to us

I still remember Turkish people’s reaction against the Operation Iraqi Freedom in 2003 started with an ultimatum of President George W. Bush | MORE

by Prof. Dr. ALI MURAT YEL

Human rights violations in the Muslim world

Human rights violations in the Muslim world

Human rights violations throughout the Muslim world were discussed at an international conference titled as the “Eurasia Law Meeting” held in Sarajevo last week. | MORE

by SAADET ORUC

Turkey as the paradigm changes

Turkey as the paradigm changes

Substantial paradigm changes, in fact, imply a revolution either if it is a slow or sudden incident, and it is the correct name to describe what has been happening in Turkey in the past 12 years. | MORE

by MARKAR ESAYAN

Stopping ISIS beyond Iraq and Syria

Stopping ISIS beyond Iraq and Syria

The growing threat of ISIS in northeastern Syria and northwestern Iraq - the territories it currently controls - has led to efforts to form a regional-cumglobal coalition against it. | MORE

by IBRAHIM KALIN

Remember the photos on my father’s prison walls

Remember the photos on my father’s prison walls

Yesterday, on the eve of the thirteenth anniversary of 9/11, I received an email from my father saying that the photos affixed to the walls of his prison cell were ripped down and called “contraband” by the officer who took them. | MORE

by NOOR ELASHI

 
  

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