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Will Syria Cause a Divorce Between Iran and Turkey?

Turkey and Iran are two of the Middle East’s oldest and most powerful states. Both aspire to play a greater role in a new regional order. Major geopolitical developments in … Շարունակել կարդալ

Հուլիսի 12, 2012 · Թողնել մեկնաբանություն

US Entrepreneurship Delegation Traveling to Turkey

The U.S. Department of State’s Global Entrepreneurship Program (GEP) will lead a delegation of American entrepreneurs and early-stage investors to Turkey May 29 to June 2. The delegation will be … Շարունակել կարդալ

FP: How Iran really sees Turkey

Tehran initially viewed the rise of the Islamist Justice and Development Party (AKP) in Turkey with much enthusiasm. It has turned into a nightmare. Turkey’s shift against the Assad regime in Syria, and its manifest ideological appeal in a changing Middle East, now has Iranian leaders viewing Ankara as a key part of a U.S. scheme with the Arab States in the Persian Gulf aimed directly at them.

Նոյեմբերի 17, 2011 · Թողնել մեկնաբանություն

Turkish Foreign Policy: Ottoman dreamer — The Economist

On the whole, no. The mildly Islamist Justice and Development (AK) government led by Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the prime minister, is right to pursue a policy, first enunciated by Ahmet Davutoglu, now foreign minister, of “zero problems with the neighbours”. This is a big improvement on previous governments that largely ignored their own backyard. Turkey remains a bastion of NATO, with the biggest army after the United States and a vital American air-force base at Incirlik. It is EU members like Cyprus, France and Germany—and not Turkey—that have done most to stall Turkish negotiations to join their club.

Նոյեմբերի 13, 2011 · Թողնել մեկնաբանություն

Turkey has agreed to host a NATO missile shield on its territory.

Turkey has agreed to host a NATO missile shield on its territory.

Նոյեմբերի 7, 2010 · Թողնել մեկնաբանություն