The extent of Fetulah Gulen's movement network in the Balkans and its likely outcome
Ioannis Michaletos: February 12, 2015
Turkey's president has spooked markets by criticizing his central bank chief for failing to reduce interest rates. With inflation remaining high, the bank chief has ignored the president's calls.
February 11, 2015
As Russia continues to bring economy after economy into a new bi-lateral trading paradigm, the Eurasian power could soon pull off a massive coup, and one that has kept the nations of Greece and Turkey at odds
Examiner.com: February 9, 2015
Turkey's foreign minister has withdrawn from a security conference in Munich after Israeli officials were invited.
BBC: February 7, 2015
Instead of issuing threats, Turkey must respect Cyprus' right to search for offshore gas so suspended talks to reunify the ethnically divided island can resume, Greece's prime minister said Monday.
Seattle Post Intelligencer: February 2, 2015
Greece's new nationalist defence minister prompted Greece's perennial rival Turkey to scramble jets on Friday, just days after he took office, by flying over uninhabited islets off the Turkish coast that nearly triggered a war in 1996.
Reuters: January 31, 2015
Turkey's pro-Kurdish HDP has announced it will run as a political party instead of fielding candidates as independents in June's general election.
January 29, 2015
The human rights lawyer, representing Armenia, criticised Turkey's double standards on freedom of expression
The Telegraph: January 28, 2015
Austria will play a central role concenring the overall Islamist movement in Europe in the coming years, owning to its location and existing presence of Islamist networks
Ioannis Michaletos: January 24, 2015
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan convened a Cabinet meeting in a rare move Monday, raising concerns among critics of a power grab from what was once a largely ceremonial position.
January 19, 2015