Posts Tagged “Turkish”

Turkey’s Second Republic: Between Dialectic Realism and Societal Pragmatism

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Turkey’s Second Republic: Between Dialectic Realism and Societal Pragmatism

Turkey’s Second Republic: Between Dialectic Realism and Societal Pragmatism President re-elect Erdoğan is realistic about the challenges he faces in leading his nation domestically and regionally.   By Abdennour Toumi President re-elect Reçep Tayep Erdoğan has officially become the first elected President of the Second Republic of Turkey, and the 12th President of modern Turkey…

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Leaders of G20 Vow Joint Action Against Global Terrorism

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Leaders of G20 Vow Joint Action Against Global Terrorism

“World’s top 20 industrial powers met in Turkey, seeking to overcome differences on a range of issues primarily the Syrian conflict, refugee crisis and climate change” — Halil Danismaz, President of the Turkish Heritage Organization The world was once again unified over the weekend not only for the condemnation of the terrorist attacks in Paris…

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A Day at the Syrian-Turkish Border, refugees and relief

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A Day at the Syrian-Turkish Border, refugees and relief

A Day at the Syrian-Turkish Border, refugees and relief By Abdennour Toumi Nusaybin-Turkey — The Nusaybin gate stands in Qamishli, a city controlled by the PYD, in a self-proclaimed administrative territory in northeastern Syria. At this border gate the Assad regime still controls the administrative process (paper work). A giant smiling portrait of President Assad hangs on a…

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