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The Macbeth Of Turkey

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By Zakir Gul, Ph.D. Modern Diplomacy

The ruler during Turkey’s rise to (and probable fall from) power—Erdogan—reminds me of two stories: the real-life King Saul and William Shakespeare’s fictitious character Lord Macbeth. The similarities are striking.

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The situation escalated: expert warns of possibility of war between Turkey and Greece

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Ситуация обострилась: эксперт предупреждает о вероятности войны между Турцией и Грецией

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The tension continues to escalate on the border of Turkey with Iraq.

The situation in Greek-Turkish relations deteriorated to such an extent that the two countries talk about the possibility of war, told reporters at a press conference Turkologist Mushegh khudaverdyan.

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Islamisation of Turkey could lead to backlash

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Image result for IslamisationBy Umur Yedikardeş, Ahval

Islamist movements grew in reaction to urbanisation and modernisation in the Middle East, but now those groups are in power and seen to be as corrupt as their predecessors a new wave of secularism could begin to emerge as a result of alienation from the new elite, said Halil İbrahim Yenigün, an academic at the Stanford University Center for Islamic Studies.

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Are Greece and Turkey trash-talking toward conflict?

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AthensBy Ahval

Turkey and Greece have never enjoyed perfect relations; however, the latest rate at which they are exchanging insults and threats creates cause for concern, according to Nikos Konstandaras.

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Putin, Erdogan, Rouhani extend circle of trust in Syria

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Turkey-Russia-Iran Trilateral Summit emphasizes Syria’s territorial integrityBy Al-Monitor

The same week that US President Donald Trump announced his intention to “get out” of Syria and withdraw the remaining 2,000 American troops there “very soon,” the leaders of Russia, Turkey and Iran were once again meeting to chart Syria’s future.

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The war of dictators, rebels and imperialists in the Middle East

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A U.S. soldier (L) sits on an armored vehicle at a newly installed position near the line where a Turkish-backed opposition group maintains the anti-terror offensive, Operation Olive Branch, against the U.S-backed YPG, Manbij, Syria, April 4.By ERGÜN YILDIRIM, Daily Sabah

The ongoing wars in Syria and Iraq have already spread beyond these countries' borders. The stage of urban warfare was already passed, and we witness clashes for villages and hamlets nowadays. 

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Turkey's Orthodox community celebrates Easter

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emAA Photo/emBy Anadolou Agency

The Orthodox Christian community in Turkey celebrated the Easter holiday by holding rituals and masses in churches across the country on Saturday and Sunday.

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Turkey, Greece escalate war of words

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(MENAFN) Tensions have escalated between Turkey and Athens, with Turkey's Deputy Prime Minister Bekir Bozdag blasting what he called the "provocative and unfair" remarks of Greek officials regarding jailed Greek soldiers in Turkey.

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Where did the billions in the Brussels-Turkey refugee deal go?

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Syrian children eat together from a pan on the floor of a tent at a refugee camp on the outskirts of the town of Zahle in Lebanon's Bekaa Valley on January 26, 2018. AFP PHOTO / JOSEPH EIDBy Ahval

During the past seven years - ever since the beginning of the war in Syria in 2011 - approximately five million Syrians have crossed into Lebanon, Jordan and Turkey. Many had hopes of moving on to EU countries.
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That was Turkey, but this is Turkey

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Turkey has come a long way, and the phrase this is Turkey has turned into something we can be proud of instead of a coping mechanism.By JANE LOUISE KANDUR, Daily Sabah

A common phrase used in Turkey when something goes wrong or when there are delays or any kind of confusion is ‘burası Türkiye' (this is Turkey); however, it is time that the tone and implications of this phrase change

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