Even in this contentious era, one proposition still enjoys near-universal support: the United States should make it the highest
The growing tension between Turkey and its Western allies, which was further heightened during the Obama administration, is
I Went To Turkey To Interview The President And (Almost) All I Got Was A Meeting With A Conspiracy Theorist
Turkey wants the U.S. to take its concerns seriously. The mayor of Ankara isn’t helping.
AMMAN/ANKARA, Feb 9 (Reuters) - Russian air strikes accidentally killed three Turkish soldiers and wounded 11 others during
The gunman remains at large.
Three months on: Turkey's bloody coup attempt still covered by a 'deep' mystery, with questions left open
With the 'community' he was referring the 'Gülenists', a description of those who are followers of Fethullah Gülen, a reclusive
Four-week threshold has been passed and, looking deeply into the most important question on the botched coup in Turkey, we still are left wondering who orchestrated this bloody attempt.
Many masks have slipped since Turkey's failed military coup last Friday, such that a great many on the right and the left alike, who never tire of eulogising about democracy and human rights, the masses, and people power have been exposed as little more than pseudo-liberals and fake democrats.
MENEMEN DISTRICT, Turkey -- Everyone I spoke to had different reasons to celebrate or mourn the failure of the coup. Yet they all agreed on one thing: There is one person that the coup attempt will benefit the most, and that is President Erdoğan.
ANKARA, June 17 (Reuters) - Deputy Prime Minister Bulent Arinc said on Monday Turkey could deploy "elements of the armed