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Friday, February 03, 2023

Turkey’s Disengagement from the European Union | Strengthening Transatlantic Cooperation

Turkey’s Disengagement from the European Union FEBRUARY 02, 2023 by Selim Yenel Among the European Union’s greatest challenges is maintaining a unified foreign policy. Agreeing on declarations or statements on minor issues in geographically distant places may be easy, but major matters, such as the Middle East or the Russian invasion of Ukraine, can spawn significant discord. More:Turkey’s Disengagement from the European Union | Strengthening Transatlantic Cooperation

Majority of Turks against appointing trustee mayor to Istanbul to replace İmamoğlu

Majority of Turks against appointing trustee mayor to Istanbul to replace İmamoğlu According to a recent survey, some 66.4 percent of Turkish citizens said that they are against appointing a trustee mayor to the Istanbul Municipality to replace Ekrem İmamoğlu. A court sentenced İmamoğlu to two years and seven months in prison and imposed a political ban on charges of insulting members of Turkey's High Election Board (YSK). More:Majority of Turks against appointing trustee mayor to Istanbul to replace İmamoğlu

Turkish-Russian relations: Erdogan's re-election would serve Putin - Qantara.de

Turkish-Russian relations Erdogan's re-election would serve Putin Relations between Turkey and Russia are ambivalent. Moscow is nonetheless trying to prop up the leadership in Ankara. Elections are to be held in Turkey in June – and the last thing Russia wants is Erdogan’s departure. By Burak Unveren More:Turkish-Russian relations: Erdogan's re-election would serve Putin - Qantara.de

Monday, January 30, 2023

Turkey's opposition pledges to undo Erdogan's legacy

Turkey's opposition pledges to undo Erdogan's legacy Ankara (AFP) – Turkey's opposition vowed on Monday to undo President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's two-decade legacy of Islamic-rooted rule and expand democratic freedoms if they take power in crucial May 14 elections. More:Turkey's opposition pledges to undo Erdogan's legacy

Turkish-Russian relations: Erdogan's re-election would serve Putin - Qantara.de

Turkish-Russian relations Erdogan's re-election would serve Putin Relations between Turkey and Russia are ambivalent. Moscow is nonetheless trying to prop up the leadership in Ankara. Elections are to be held in Turkey in June – and the last thing Russia wants is Erdogan’s departure. By Burak Unveren More:Turkish-Russian relations: Erdogan's re-election would serve Putin - Qantara.de