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Soft power broadcasted through Turkish lenses

The unique style of Turkish Soap Operas captivates the world with such elements the audience can identify with, will this perhaps change our view on Turkey?

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Turkey and the EU

My Europe – What Will Become of it?

Today, the 1st of January of 2030, Turkey has officially joined the European Union. After 25 years of endless negotiations, both the European Commission and the member states gave their endorsement to this much debated entrance.

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Watchtower of Turkey

Watchtower of Turkey

Sightseeing Europe!

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This list of the most policed countries in the world has been made by Statista (Statista.com)

The Most Heavily Policed Countries in the World

Russia, Turkey and Italy are the most policed countries in the world

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Volkan Bozkir is very passionate about Turkey's European path.

Turkey’s New EU Strategy

Volkan Bozkir comments on the most important aspects of the Turkey-EU partnership

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Will Turkey achieve its dream of EU Membership?

New winds are blowing in Turkey: is EU membership on the horizon after all?

New Winds Blowing in Turkey's EU Ambitions

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The Turkish Minister of EU Affairs and the Portuguese Minister of Foreign Affairs

Portugal and Turkey - The Good Friends


Portugal and Turkey have more in common than you might think.

Fábio Lopes Paulos on

Integration is one of the key topics of our age, but how can we successfully achieve it?

Integration in Europe: Why the problem is not a matter of religion

Integrating minorities has proven easier said than done, but religion should not be the one to blame.

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The new Ataturk, or a new Sultan? Or Both?

The Next Sultan

There are many challenges awaiting Erdogan, before and after he changes the constitution to grant himself executive powers.

Fábio Lopes Paulos on

Erdogan wins Presidential elections

Erdogan wins Presidential elections

Erdogan wins Presidential elections

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Millions of students have participated in the Erasmus programme.

Erasmus and the Politics of Culture

Andreea Cristina Apostol desribes the mind-opening experience of her Erasmus programme at Kadir Has University in Turkey.

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Bleibel, Daily Star (Beirut, Lebanon)

The issue of democracy in Turkey

Which road is Erdogan taking?

Andreea Cristina Apostol on

the Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan

Armenians Escaping the Ethnic Massacre in Kessab

On 21st March, the Armenian Syrian region of Kessab was attacked by the Syrian al Nustra Front and by the Turkish air force.

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A barricade done by the protesters in Kurtuluş street to protect themselves from the police

Berkin Elvan - "a child killed by the state"

Violent protests erupted once again in Istanbul after the death of 15-year-old Berkin Elvan

Fábio Lopes Paulos on

European Turkey? A Lost Dream?

European Turkey? A Lost Dream?

Recent political scandals are seen by European that Erdoğan's government is relapsing to authoritarianism.

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Turkey - EU: To be or not to be?

Turkey - EU: To be or not to be?

An analysis about the pros and cons of Turkey joining the EU

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4 Month Anniversary of the Gezi Protests in Turkey

4 Month Anniversary of the Gezi Protests in Turkey

How it came to be, what is to become in its aftermath?

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"Dear European Union, nice offer, but no, thanks!"

"Dear European Union, nice offer, but no, thanks!"

According to surveys, Turkish support for EU membership has considerably declined over the past decade

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Turkey and EU.

Turkey and EU.

This summer we have witnessed major riots in Turkey, puting the Erdogan government in a very difficult position. What started as a simple, single protest in Istanbul, soon escalated into…

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Commonalities across borders: Observations from Thessaloniki (Greece) and Izmir (Turkey)

Commonalities across borders: Observations from Thessaloniki (Greece) and Izmir (Turkey)

Many cities in different European countries are remarkably similar. Thessaloniki and Izmir are such towns, closely linked by history and culture.

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The difference between the protests in Greece and Turkey

The difference between the protests in Greece and Turkey

Major protests in both Turkey and Greece give us the opportunity to gain some insights by comparing the situation in both countries

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Keep it tweet: What do the events in Turkey mean?

Keep it tweet: What do the events in Turkey mean?

The on-going demonstrations in Turkey the start of an Arab spring-like movement, or a minor incident?

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Turkey - a battlefield for democracy.

Turkey - a battlefield for democracy.

What was supposed to be a peaceful demonstration against building a shopping center in Istanbul, has become a national revolution after the extremely violent response from the Turkish authorities.

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Thousands of protesters on their way to Taksim Square in Istanbul on Saturday.

Reblog: What is happening in Istanbul?

A comprehensive at-the-scene report from last Saturday, day 2 of the protests.

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Throughout history the Mediterranean has been at the centre of events, it's political and economic structures have been shaped by them and equally - they have been influencing them.

The Challenges of Europe and the Mediterranean

The "barometer of world politics" has a lot to teach us about the biggest political, economic and security issues facing Europe and the World.

André P DeBattista on

The partition of Cyprus

The partition of Cyprus

The ongoing unresolved issue haunting the affairs of the European integration...Will there ever be a reconciliation between the island's two communities? Does Turkey's potential joining the EU play a role…

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The Cyprus dispute

The Cyprus dispute

Europe must rally its best negotiators and diplomacy skills if it wants a reunified Cyprus

Christos Mouzeviris on

A human look at the Balkan Wars

A human look at the Balkan Wars

I do not know and am not interested in the names and locations of the following battles. They are irrelevant. All that matters is the human.

George Chatzelenis on

New Dimensions on EU-Turkey Relations

New Dimensions on EU-Turkey Relations

The future of Turkey-EU relations will be shaped by how the EU will approach Turkey and how it will deal with its own structural problems.

Emre Yilmaz on

Turkey in EU?

Turkey in EU?

There is a lot of heated debate whenever we discuss Turkey's entry in the EU. What are the real issues?

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