Turchia: demistificazione di cinque miti della disinformazione. Mcc43 Steven A.
Cook Council on Foreign Relations Washington Post Five myths about Turkey No, its president isn’t a dictator, and the country isn’t secular. Cinque stereotipi sulla Turchia No, il presidente non è un dittatore e il paese non è laico La Turchia è stata a lungo un importante alleato dell’Occidente, ma, nonostante tutti i link di diplomatici, politici e militari, gli Americani capiscono molto poco di quel paese. . – n ° 1: La Turchia era una democrazia. È opinione comune credere che sotto il Presidente Recep Tayyip Erdogan la Turchia è diventata autoritaria.
. – n. 2: Il Presidente della Turchia è un dittatore. Dal fallito colpo di stato dello scorso luglio, Erdogan ha sovrinteso un’epurazione senza precedenti di circa 200.000 persone, ufficiali di polizia accademici, burocrati. . – n. 3: La Turchia è laica. Anche i militari turchi, presunto bastione della laicità, sono profondamente legati all’Islam.
Why some European states have declared war against Turkish ally. In preparation for the 16 April referendum, Turkish ministers planned to meet their citizens in Germany to campaign for the crucial constitutional amendments Instead, Germany decided to ban these election gatherings, an unprecedented measure that compelled both the foreign and family affairs ministers to hold much smaller meetings with their citizens inside the Turkish consulate.
There is nothing to warrant concern by any of the European states whether Turkey is governed by a presidential system or a parliamentary one What is surprising is that, on the whole, Berlin’s relations with Ankara are not bad. Turkish-Dutch “children” stuck in the middle of identity spat. The latest spat between Turkey and the Netherlands has riled both countries while the rest of Europe watched as it reached dramatic proportions.
“It’s like we’re watching a bad Turkish drama,” Cemil Yilmaz, a 32-year old Turkish-Dutch social psychologist, told TRT World. “It’s as though the father, Turkey, and the mother, the Netherlands, decide to split,” continues Yilmaz, who was born and raised in the Netherlands. “But the process of separation brings constant fighting. And the children are stuck in the middle.” The “children” in this scenario are the Turkish community in the Netherlands. Turchia, 1908-1911. Cronache dal dopo rivoluzione – Frontiere. Di Alessandro Pagano Dritto / @paganodritto Ci sono giornalisti il cui nome rimane indissolubilmente legato ad alcune aree geografiche: paesi, regioni, continenti.
Renato La Valle è uno di questi giornalisti e il suo nome è legato all’Impero Ottomano e a quello che ne fu il centro politico, la Turchia. Le sue corrispondenze, scritte come inviato del Giornale d’Italia sul finire del primo decennio del secolo scorso, sono state ora raccolte in un volume dal figlio Raniero. Joint statement by High Representative/Vice-President Federica Mogherini and Commissioner Johannes Hahn on the Venice Commission’s Opinion on the amendments to the Constitution of Turkey and recent events - European External Action Service.
We have taken good note of the Venice Commission's Opinion on the amendments to the Constitution of the Republic of Turkey adopted by the Turkish Grand National Assembly on 21 January 2017.
As highlighted by the Venice Commission's Opinion, Turkey has the sovereign right to decide over its system of governance. We acknowledge the fact that the country is going through challenging times and stand by it in its fight against the scourge of terrorism. La rissa che Erdogan vuole per vincere il referendum - Remocontro. Europe's mask has come off now, says President Erdogan.
Trial begins for murder of Turkish commando who stopped coup attempt. Turkish soldiers accused of attempting to assassinate President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on the night of the failed July 15 coup are escorted by gendarmes as they arrive at the court in Mugla, Turkey, Feb. 21, 2017.
(photo by REUTERS/Kenan Gurbuz) Author: Barın Kayaoğlu Posted February 22, 2017. All eyes on Pompeo as CIA chief arrives in Ankara. Mike Pompeo waits to be sworn in as director of the Central Intelligence Agency in US Vice President Mike Pence's ceremonial office in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building at the White House in Washington, Jan. 23, 2017.
(photo by REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst) Author: Amberin Zaman Posted February 9, 2017 CIA Director Mike Pompeo arrived in Turkey today for a working visit hailed in the Turkish media as a new page in the country’s acrimonious relations with the United States. Summary⎙ Print Though Turkish hopes for a closer US alliance are soaring as CIA Director Mike Pompeo meets with top Ankara officials, it's unlikely that the US administration will agree to weaken its ties to the Kurdish groups it depends on badly in Syria. “He’s coming for Raqqa,” declared pro-government Star, referring to the US-led coalition’s plans to liberate the Syrian city the Islamic State calls its capital. Trump, Erdogan discuss Syria cooperation in first presidential call. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan visits the blast site outside the Besiktas FC's Vodafone Arena Stadium, Istanbul, Turkey, Dec. 12, 2016.
(photo by Getty Images) Author: Amberin Zaman Posted February 8, 2017 Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has repeated calls for the United States to ditch its alliance with a Syrian Kurdish-dominated militia in its battle against the Islamic State (IS). Summary⎙ Print In their first call since Donald Trump became president, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan pushed for an end to the US alliance with the Kurdish People's Protection Units. Ankara shifts public assets to sovereign wealth fund.
Turkey's Finance Minister Naci Agbal speaks during an interview in Ankara, Sept. 27, 2016.
(photo by REUTERS/Umit Bektas) Author: Amberin Zaman Posted February 7, 2017 Controversy continues to rage over the government’s decision to transfer the assets of major public companies including Turkey’s state-owned bank and telephone operator as well as its 49.12% stake in Turkish Airlines to a new sovereign wealth fund. Summary⎙ Print In a move critics say is financially risky and intended to concentrate money into corrupt hands, the Turkish government has created a sovereign wealth fund to finance its infrastructural projects as the lira falls. The purpose of the fund, which according to Hurriyet controls assets worth 31.3 billion Turkish lira ($8.8 billion), is to finance big-ticket infrastructure projects and other investments, some of which are deeply controversial as well. Its effects on Turkey’s enfeebled democracy, however, would be debilitating, critics warn. The Reina Nightclub Attack Might Change Turkey-China Relations. January 19, 2017 Photo: Turkish flags are placed near the entrance of Reina nightclub in Istanbul, Turkey, January 17, 2017.
REUTERS/Osman Orsal The Reina nightclub attack in Istanbul on New Year’s Eve left 39 dead and dozens injured. When he was captured on January 17, Turkish officials said that the main suspect, Abdulkadir Masharipov, is an Uzbek national and a member of the Islamic State. Signs show that he might also be an ethnic Uyghur, and though the attacker carried out the shooting alone, at least 36 people who are thought to be involved have been detained since the assault, several of whom were Uyghurs.
Two clues lead to the possibility of the attacker’s Uyghur identity. The second clue is that the Islamic State has claimed responsibility for the attack, as revenge for Turkish military intervention in Syria. Officially recognized as one of the 55 ethnic minorities in China, Uyghur Chinese speak a Turkic language. Turkey's constitutional reform: All you need to know. Last December, Turkey's ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) unveiled a raft of constitutional amendments that aim to fundamentally change the way Turkey is governed.
The controversial draft constitution, dubbed the "Turkish-style presidency", is seeking to replace the current parliamentary system with a presidential one paving the way for President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who has held power for the past 13 years, first as prime minister and since 2014 as president, to become the sole executive authority in the country. The proposed constitution, which is currently being debated in parliament, foresees the creation of vice presidents and the abolition of the office of the prime minister. If the amendments are accepted, first by parliament and then in a referendum, there would no longer be a formal cabinet answerable to parliament. The president will have the power to appoint and fire ministers. 'Weakening checks and balances' Log In - New York Times. Turkish MPs pass Article 13th of Constitution change. Will Turkey leave NATO? A Turkish flag (R) flies among other flags of NATO members during the North Atlantic Council at NATO headquarters in Brussels, July 28, 2015.
(photo by REUTERS/Francois Lenoir) Author: Yekaterina Chulkovskaya Posted January 10, 2017. Turkey and Greece are meeting to unite the island nation of Cyprus – VICE News. Talks are happening in Geneva this week between the Greek and Turkish leaders of Cyprus in what is seen as the last real hope for securing a unified island. What’s happening? Cyprus President Nicos Anastasiades and Turkish-Cypriot leader Mustafa Akinci are holding talks to find a compromise to reunify the island, which has been divided for the past 40 years. If the discussion progresses well, the leaders will be joined by those from Greece, Turkey, and the U.K. — the three parties that guarantee Cypriot independence and security.
This would mark the first direct talks since 1974. After the multiple previous unsuccessful reunification efforts, many believe these negotiations to be the final shot at a unified Cyprus. Turchia, autobomba davanti al tribunale di Smirne. La polizia: due attentatori ucciso, uno in fuga. Turchia, ucciso ambasciatore russo Andrey Karlov. Morto l'attentatore: poliziotto di 22 anni. Turchia, la repubblica presidenziale di Erdoğan / Turchia / aree / Home - Osservatorio Balcani e Caucaso - Transeuropa. Una repubblica presidenziale, con forti poteri accentrati nelle mani del capo dello Stato. CIA apologizes to Turkey over false allegations regarding Daesh. While the Turkish side requested that the U.S. provide documented proof immediately, the U.S delivered the alleged documents in Jan. 2015, following constant reminders from Turkey.
After careful examination of the CIA's documents, Turkish National Intelligence Agency (MIT) officials revealed that the geographic locations in the document that allegedly shows where Daesh's oil trade was conducted with Turkey does in fact show the asphalt plant of the Turkey's Kilis municipality in southeastern Turkey.
Diplomatic sources also added that following this incident, U.S. officials accepted their mistake and the CIA apologized to Turkey in early 2015. Even though Turkey is a member of the anti-Daesh global coalition, allegations claiming that Turkey has been smuggling oil with Daesh take place in the international press from time to time. "We reject the premise that the Turkish government is in league with Daesh to smuggle oil. We have seen no evidence to support such an accusation. Iranian-Turkish tug-of-war over Kurds. Protesters hold flags showing jailed Kurdistan Workers Party leader Abdullah Ocalan during a demonstration against Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in central Brussels, Belgium, Nov. 17, 2016.
(photo by REUTERS/Yves Herman) Author: Pinar Tremblay Posted December 13, 2016. Turkey says Kurdish militants may be behind deadly soccer bombing. Deaths reported in blasts in Turkey's Istanbul. Two explosions have hit the Turkish city of Istanbul, killing at least 13 people and wounding 20 others, according to news reports. Police have evacuated the area around the Besiktas football arena following Saturday's explosions, which the interior ministry called a "terrorist" car bomb attack. Reuters news agency cited security sources as saying 13 people were killed. Turkish Police Detain HDP Co-Leaders Selahattin Demirtas, Figen Yuksekdag and 8 MPs - Turkey-iraq-mosul-operation-isis-ankara-role.html (PNG Image, 19 × 25 pixels) Turkey Questions Historical Treaty Defining Regional Borders. A dispute continues to deepen between Ankara and Baghdad over the presence of Turkish soldiers near the Iraqi city of Mosul.
Тhe spat erupted after Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan took the country and the region by surprise last month by calling into question the 1923 Treaty of Lausanne, which defined modern Turkey’s borders. He declared Turkey had been blackmailed by foreign powers into giving up vast swaths of territory that were once part of the Ottoman Empire. Although Erdogan focused his criticism on the loss of Aegean islands to Greece, it is Turkey’s southern borders he had in mind, according to visiting Carnegie Europe scholar Sinan Ulgen.
Pentagon: ‘False’ comments on Turkey linked to colonel. Turkey to complete Syria border wall within 5 months, official says. Jailed PKK leader says ‘this is a war no side can win’ (PKK), Abdullah Öcalan, is “in good health” and has called for an end to the Kurdish conflict, his brother said on Sept. 12 after visiting him in jail. Vi spiego l'intesa tra Russia e Turchia su Siria, Armenia e Azerbaijan. Facebook. Turkey's border security to be boosted by concrete wall. Turkish interior minister Efkan Ala resigns. La Turchia ha conquistato una città in Siria. World condemns deadly terror attack on Turkish wedding. Il mito dei 3 miliardi di euro stanziati dall'Europa alla Turchia per i rifugiati - Linkiesta.it. Gli errori di Merkel/ I profughi e il ruolo di Ankara. Huge anti-coup and pro-democracy manifestation starting in Istanbul now.
Why Turkey and Egypt won’t reconcile anytime soon. Gov't determined to take unified stance with opposition, says PM Yıldırım. A call for sobriety to Europe - Burhanettin Duran. Erdogan contro la Ue: "Venite qui". E attacca Roma: "Non indaghi su mio figlio". Renzi risponde. EXCLUSIVE: UAE 'funnelled money to Turkish coup plotters' Erdogan blasts Egypt's 'putschist president' Sisi in al-Jazeera i. Turchia, strascichi di un tentato golpe / Turchia / aree / Home - Osservatorio Balcani e Caucaso. Erdogan reassures nation about state of emergency.
Ankara court releases 1,200 soldiers detained after failed coup in Turkey. A Coup as Audacious as Turkey's Future. People in Istanbul's Çengelköy resist coup attempt, make history. How an iPhone defeated the tanks in Turkey. Over 7,000 coup suspects remanded across Turkey. Article on #Turkey coup. Il “non golpe” in Turchia e Fetullah Gulen. Turkey's President Erdogan speaks out on attempted coup. Ties Emerge Between Clinton And Mysterious Islamic Cleric. Why Turkey's coup attempt matters for the United States. “Ankara–Tel Aviv” Orient Express: Course Set for Rapprochement?
Erdogan rejects reconciliation with Egypt, contradicting comments from Turkish FM. Erdogan: Syrian refugees could become Turkish citizens - News from Al Jazeera. Who’s behind Istanbul airport attack? Istanbul, kamikaze in aeroporto: almeno 41 morti e 239 feriti. Istanbul Ataturk Airport attack: Live updates after 'three suicide bombers detonate explosives killing 28 and leaving several wounded' Turchia - Istanbul, esplosioni all’aeroporto. Israel and Turkey have reconciled, now what? #Russia "Erdogan in una lettera al presidente #Putin NON ha utilizzato la parola "sorry", - dice l'esperto russo.
Erdogan letter to Putin calls for 'friendly ties' Putin Claims Turkey's Erdogan Apologizes for Downing Russian Jet - Turkey - Haaretz. Turkish-Israeli reconciliation deal reached. Roma: trovato l'accordo di riconciliazione israele-Turchia. Domani l'annuncio di Netanyahu. Turkish PM to make statement on Israel talks Monday. NATO Summit 2016: Why the Alliance Cannot Afford to Ignore Turkey. Turkey, EU should adopt a new language in post-Brexit era - SERKAN DEMİRTAŞ. Turkey, the Brexit bogeyman, is not so different from the UK. Turkish President Erdoğan meets Hamas leader Mashal in Istanbul - DIPLOMACY. Turchia: almeno 11 morti e 36 feriti in bomba a Istanbul - Cronaca. Bomba contro la polizia nel cuore di Istanbul: almeno 11 morti e diversi feriti. La Turchia e la questione curda.
La verità sul genocidio degli armeni - Gwynne Dyer. Why should Turkish cleric Fethullah Gülen operate charter schools on U.S. Military bases? Turkey: Measure lifting immunity could face court test. The PKK always targets civilians: A grim timeline. Give Turkey a break. Why is Turkey’s Davutoğlu getting skewered by his own party for the EU migrant deal?