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Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
What happened in London on March 22 was just another reminder to the international community of nations that no one is immune to terrorism and violence
Only days are left before Turks go to the booths to vote in a crucial referendum. The outcome of the vote might open the way to the creation of the “second republic” in this country with a super president.
It wasn’t Rauf Denktaş or any other Turkish Cypriot who first used it.
With various aspirations, obsessions, phobias and likely miscalculations, some European leaders and Turkish powerholders are pulling Turkey-Europe relations into such rough waters that the end result will probably be worse than anyone can imagine.
Islamophobia, Turcophobia, Erdoğanphobia or whatever it might be called, is a reality that Western nations perceive that they face an existential threat from foreigners flooding into their countries.
Turkey and the Netherlands are two allies. So is Turkey and the Federal Republic of Germany. Turkey and Austria are allies as well
The June 2015 election was a demonstration of the functioning of democratic governance in the country
For totally different reasons, the two peoples of Cyprus consider the status quo as unacceptable. To heal any condition, there is an absolute need to make a proper prognosis and an accurate diagnosis. What is the Cyprus problem?
Dictionaries describe adze as a cutting tool shaped somewhat like an axe that dates back to the Stone Age
There are people that have persistently been stressing for the past many decades that there cannot be a Cyprus settlement in talks under U.N. auspices as long as the two negotiating partners are not treated equally
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