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23 August Saturday, 2014
Regional crisis, Israel, Iraq, Syria, Turkey
E. Fuat Keyman
Iraq's political uncertainty, security crisis and energy markets
Hasan Selim Ozertem
The need to redefine strategic priorities
Ukraine, Gaza and great power insecurity
Turkey-India relations under Modi: A new opportunity?
Turkey-Iran relations: What should Turkey do?
A challenging task and risky decisions awaiting Iraqi Kurds
Energy market dynamics
The European Parliament elections: How to read the rise of the far-right?
Fatma Yilmaz Elmas
Turkey and Arabs (II): Understanding intellectual structure is the basis of 'open and common consciousness'
Soma should be the last disaster
Obamas Asia tour under the shadow of the 'New Cold War'
Turkeys development aid and the question of its sustainability
Muslim presence in Europe: 'Talking to, not about, Islam'
Crimea's fire spreading toward the east
Govern-mentality of the Turkish Media
Two proud but reasonable countries of the Mediterranean: Egypt and Turkey
O. Bahadir Dincer
Will the U.S. push hard for Ukraine?
Sochi Olympics and terrorism in Russia
Saudi Arabia and the U.S: How far can the Kingdom go?
Ali Hussein Bakeer
Srebrenica: A collective failure of the international community
When is it time to get serious about Syria?
The Shanghai Cooperation Organisation: A place where different interests intersect
François Hollandes Second Victory
Toward One-Candidate Elections in Yemen
Political Piracy in Berlin
Israel and Turkey: Time to Reconcile
Alon Ben Meir
AGRI: Can it be an Alternative Route?
P 5+1 and Iran in Vicious Circle of Negotiations
Arzu Celalifer Ekinci
Loss of Social Memory and its Effects on Foreign Policy
Will Clusters Replace Countries?
Why Do States "Go Nuclear": The Iranian Nuclear Program Re-visited
Turkish Military Operations in Afghanistan: A Continuation of Peace by Other Means
The New U.S. Ambassador to Syria: Can the Israeli-Syrian Talks Be Resumed?
Yes to Serbia, Montenegro and Macedonia, but What About Turkey?
2009 Recap: What Happened in the World?
Turks in Germany: Integration and Exclusion
Syrians killed in their home in Hatay
Prof. Selçuk Çolakoğlu evaluates the new Turkish foreign policy perspective
Deputy PM Babacan summons economy team in September amid questions over his future
Six Turkish police officers arrested in wiretapping probe
Turkeys new PM Ahmet Davutoğlus wife an anti-abortion gynecologist
PM Vucic: Serbia wont exploit Russian embargo
Report: German police investigation into neo-Nazi killers a 'fiasco'
Ukraine accuses Russia of 'invasion' as aid trucks move in
'Ambiguous warfare' provides NATO with new challenge
Norway's Statoil drilling with Russian company despite sanctions
UN rights chief slams Syria 'paralysis' as death toll tops 191,000
Israel Gaza strikes kill 4 as EU makes UN truce push
Alleged regime attacks kill 47 across Syria, activists say
Israel army says hit 160 Gaza targets since Tuesday
Israel using banned weapons in Gaza: Health Ministry
Putin says Russia should not cut itself off from West
Another Russian tour operator goes out of business
Russian air force to get 200 new jets
Kyrgyzstan to join Customs Union by year end
Russia vows to boost cooperation with other countries despite sanctions
Obama continues airstrikes after ISIS makes threats
Normalcy begins to return to Ferguson, Missouri
US business leaders argue for immigration reform
Robbery video released to 'justify killing US teen'
US attorney general visits Missouri town for meetings on fatal shooting
Pakistan: Anti-government protestors advance on parliament
Malaysia receives first remains of MH17 crash victims
UN boosting Myanmar efforts against drug trafficking
Indonesia's highest court upholds Jokowi's election win
Indonesia: Crowds await election challenge verdict
Liberians flee Ganta over Ebola quarantine scare
S. Africa issues Ebola travel ban
S. African opposition disrupts Zuma's parliament speech
Boko Haram overruns police school in Nigeria's Borno
DRC sends Ebola expert to help Liberia combat disease
ISIL threat 'beyond anything we've seen,' Pentagon warns
US: We did not negotiate with Islamic militants
US military failed in rescue attempt for journalist Foley
Amnesty International, HRW demand access to Gaza
At least 991 humanitarian aid workers killed in attacks since 2003
When will the Fed start to raise interest rates?
Russia shuts 4 McDonald's restaurants amid Ukraine tensions
Turkey's private sector foreign debt rises $8.9 billion
Melbourne found most 'liveable city;' Damascus finishes last
Ukrainian businesses look for alternatives to Russia
Iraqi oil bottlenecks bigger obstacle than unrest
International oil producers halt northern Iraq operations
Mexico approves new law for energy companies to 'thrive'
Turkish energy ship held in Pakistan released
Turkey refuses joint energy policy with Israel
World War I Anniversary: Five Historians, Two Questions
Battlefields and spoiler groups: A vital adjustment to future peacekeeping missions
Interview with Prof. Larry Diamond: Democratization in the Middle East
The future of peacekeeping: UN missions, women, and the need for a rethink in strategy
Todd Landman: Patterns, struggles and the new dynamic face of human rights movements
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