The initiative of the unpredictable president of Turkey to talk to Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias is considered a highly symbolic move
Erdogan last December from Baku unequivocally confirmed Turkey’s readiness to secure its geostrategic interests by all kinds of means including military force
"As for suggestions that what happened with von der Lyen was 'insulting to Europe' I wonder if critics have noticed Turkey’s continued intimidation of Cyprus & Greece"
An open letter by retired admirals critical of Erdogan's policies has given much-needed political ammunition amid an economic turmoil eating into his popularity
The Italian ambassador to Ankara was summoned to the foreign ministry over Draghi’s comments
Real gentlemen, right?...
The Gray Wolves the Turkish extremist group affiliated with Erdogan were outlawed last November in France after incidents against Armenians
They send the floating drilling rig Yavuz to the region - New provocations by Erdogan
Turkey’s power plant building spree has resulted in an enormous idle capacity but the construction of new plants continues at the expense of taxpayers
Erdogan this month fired bank governor Naci Agbal who had increased the country’s policy interest rate by a total of 875