Citations with the tag: TURKEY -- Foreign relations
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- A thirsty Syria may make Turkey's water price of peace.
Kohen, Sami // Christian Science Monitor; 1/9/96, Vol. 88 Issue 30, p1
Reports that Turkey may lose its water, in peace talks between Israel, and Syria. Concerns of Turkey about Syria; Theory supported by report prepared by Turkey's Foreign Ministry; What Turkish experts are convinced of, in relation to President Hafez al-Assad, and peace talks; Role of United...
- Turkey and Middle Eastern stability.
Nurhan, Aydin // Vital Speeches of the Day; 12/15/96, Vol. 63 Issue 5, p130
Presents the speech by the Deputy Consul General of Turkey in Chicago, Illinois, given before the World Affairs Council of Michiana, South Bend, Indiana, October 3, 1996, dealing with Turkey's foreign policy on Middle East and the Kurdish issues.
- Ankara's eastern question.
Robbins, Gerald // Freedom Review; Aug94, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p17
Discusses Turkey's uncertain relationship with countries in post-Cold War Europe. Political victory of Turkey's ultra-nationalist Islamic Welfare Party; Factors contributing to Turkey's disenchantment with Europe; Volatile Turco-Russian relation.
- TURKEY: RISK SUMMARY.
Robbins, Gerald // Middle East Monitor: East Med; Jul2010, Vol. 20 Issue 7, p4
The article offers information on the political, economic, and business environment risks in Turkey such as the deterioration of Turkey's relationship with Israel due to the Israeli commando raid on a Turkish ship on May 31, 2010, the 73.4% increase in Turkish capacity utilisation in May 2010,...
- Tanzania's Parliament Speaker to Visit Turkey.
Robbins, Gerald // Journal of Turkish Weekly; 5/10/2010, p33
The article states that Tanzania's Parliament Speaker Samuel Sitta plans to meet with Turkey's Parliament Speaker Mehmet Ali Sahin and with the Turkey-Tanzania Interparliamentary Friendship Group's chairman Cevdet Erdol in May 2010.
- Foreign Ministry Strongly Condemns Suicide Attack In Pakistan.
Robbins, Gerald // Journal of Turkish Weekly; 7/12/2010, p3
The article notes that a statement was released by Turkey's Foreign Ministry of Foreign Affairs that condemns a July 2010 suicide attack in Pakistan.
- Turkey Warns Of Diplomatic Break With Israel.
Robbins, Gerald // Journal of Turkish Weekly; 7/12/2010, p7
The reports that Turkey is threatening to break diplomatic relations with and wants an apology from Israel as a result of the May 2010 Israeli raid on an aid flotilla headed to Gaza.
- From the Desk of the Editor.
G�ksel, Diba Nigar // Turkish Policy Quarterly; 2009, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p9
The article discusses various reports published within the issue, including one on the human dimension and geo-strategic considerations in the dynamics of the Black Sea region, another on the factors that sustain the democratization of Turkey, and developments in the foreign relations of Turkey.
- Notes on church-state affairs: Turkey.
Beck, Rosalie; Hendon, David W. // Journal of Church & State; Autumn92, Vol. 34 Issue 4, p912
Reports on the reluctance of the Turkish government to get involved militarily in the Balkan conflict between the Serbs and the Bosnians. Decision to provide resources and personnel for United Nations intervention.
- To Protect & Cure.
Beck, Rosalie; Hendon, David W. // World Policy Journal; Summer2010, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p1
The article discusses various reports published within the issue including one by John M. Barry on the impact of pandemics, one by Eman Mohammed on Israeli blockades in Gaza, and one by David A. Andelman on the role of Turkey in the conflict in the Middle East.
- Turkish perspectives on Turkish-US relations concerning Persian Gulf security in the post-Cold...
Aykan, Mahmut Bali // Middle East Journal; Summer96, Vol. 50 Issue 3, p344
Presents a Turkish perspective on the impact of global and regional developments in the post-Cold War era on the Turkish-United States relations concerning the Persian Gulf security. Analysis of defense agreements between Turkey and the US; Turkish approach to the northern Iraq question; Damage...
- Turkey Says Demands Apology, Redress, International Probe Over Isareli Raid On Flotilla.
A. A. // Journal of Turkish Weekly; 6/14/2010, p67
Turkey's demands for an apology from Israel for attacking ships headed for Gaza and an international investigation of the incident are noted.
- From the Desk of the Editor.
Göksel, Diba Nigâr // Turkish Policy Quarterly; 2008, Vol. 7 Issue 3, p9
The article discusses various reports published within the issue, including one by Ali GÃ¼nertem on the voting habits of Turkish-Americans and another by Nicholas Danforth on the changing parameters of Turkish foreign policy.
- Notes on church-state affairs: Turkey.
Beck, Rosalie; Hendon, David W. // Journal of Church & State; Winter93, Vol. 35 Issue 1, p203
Reports that the Turkish government is reluctant to get involved militarily in the Balkans despite historical ties to the Bosnians. Government's calling of meeting of the Islamic Conference Organization in Istanbul in June 1992.
- Turkish foreign policy toward the Arab-Israeli conflict: Duality and the development (1950-1991).
Yavuz, M. Hakan; Khan, Mujeeb R. // Arab Studies Quarterly; Fall92, Vol. 14 Issue 4, p69
Examines the factors in the evolution of Turkish foreign policy toward Israel and Arab states. Political, cultural and geographic duality of Turkey and the changing international-systemic and domestic-unit level forces as major factors; Turkey's commitments in both Europe and the Islamic world...
- Turkish troops cripple Kurd bases.
Yavuz, M. Hakan; Khan, Mujeeb R. // World & I; Feb93, Vol. 8 Issue 2, p136
Discusses how Prime Minister Suleyman Demirel said on November 16 that Turkey's military operations in northern Iraq had largely destroyed the power of separatist Turkish Kurds based there. When pullout would be completed.
- Azerbaijan, Turkey to Discuss Further Cooperation in sphere of Geodesy and Cartography.
Yavuz, M. Hakan; Khan, Mujeeb R. // Journal of Turkish Weekly; 6/13/2011, p23
The article notes a delegation from Turkey's General Cartography Department will visit Baku, Azerbaijan in July 2011.
- John Lloyd.
Lloyd, John // New Statesman; 8/30/96, Vol. 125 Issue 4299, p20
Focuses on Turkey's closeness to the Islamic bloc. Discussion on Turkish politics; Representation of Fundamentalist Islam in Iran; Problems encountered by the West; Geopolitics in the area.
- A Short Bibliography of Turkish Foreign Policy.
Lloyd, John // Journal of Turkish Weekly; 9/24/2007, p1
The sources cited within this issue are presented including "The New Activism in Turkish Foreign Policy," by Alan Makovsky, "Turkey: The Challenge of a New Role," by Andrew Mango and "Turkish Foreign Policy: New Prospects," by Clement H. Dodd.
- Pakistani National Defence University Visits USAK.
Lloyd, John // Journal of Turkish Weekly; 4/26/2010, p2
The article reports on the April 26, 2011 conference sponsored by USAK (the International Strategic Research Organization) for a delegation from Pakistan National Defence University to discuss Afghanistan and Turkey's role in regional issues which was moderated by USAK's Dr. Gï¿½ner ï¿½zkan.
- Turkish Broadside.
Gorvett, Jon // Middle East; Nov98, Issue 284, p13
Focuses on Turkey's relations with Syria, highlighting the factors which influence the worsened relations between the countries. Information on an address given by Turkish President Suleyman Demirel in which he blasted Syria; Details on the factors which contributed to the problems between...
- Turkey's plan for Mideast peace.
Peterson, Scott // Christian Science Monitor; 4/18/2000, Vol. 92 Issue 102, p1
Reports on the intentions of Turkey to sell excess water to nearby countries. Discussion of the importance of water in Israel, Jordan and Syria, and how this will affect the Middle Eastern peace process.
- Foreign Relations.
Peterson, Scott // Turkey Country Review; 2001/2002, p24
Discusses the foreign relations activities of Turkey. Relations with neighboring and European countries; Relations with the United States.
- Turkey: Geostrategic stronghold.
Klieman, Aharon // World & I; Nov95, Vol. 10 Issue 11, p54
Examines the geographical importance of Turkey for the United States. Underpinnings of the country's regional pre-eminence; Security concerns of Turkey; Potential political flash points faced by Turkey.
- Russia, Turkey vie for control over Caspian Sea oil riches.
Orszag-Land, Thomas // Christian Science Monitor; 4/24/96, Vol. 88 Issue 104, p19
Presents information on the conflicts between Russia, and Turkey over control of the oil riches in the Caspian Sea. What the confrontation between Russia and Turkey will decide for Europe; Estimated amount of oil reserves in the area; Reference made to the 1936 Montreux treaty; Other details of...
- Turkey looks westward.
Stewart, Jay // Harvard International Review; Spring92, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p42
Discusses Turkey's relations with the West. Establishment by founding father Kemal Ataturk of a Westernized Muslim country; Military intervention in the government; Membership application with the European Commission; Policy toward the Kurds; Turkey's economic conditions; Racism against Turks...
- A 'TURKEY' OF A POLICY.
Abrahamson, James L. // American Diplomacy; 6/21/2010, p1
The article reviews the article "A 'Turkey' of a Policy," by Elliot Abrams which appeared in the web site http://weeklystandard.com/articles/turkey-policy.
- A BERLIN WALL AT THE BOSPHORUS.
Gorvett, Jon // Middle East; Jan2001, Issue 308, p38
Focuses on Turkey's application to become a member of the European Union. Requirements needed by Turkey to win normal membership status in the Union; Potential impact of Turkey's dispute with Greece over air and sea space in Aegean Sea on its membership bid in the Union.
- TURKISH-SYRIAN RELATIONS REVISITED.
Aras, Bulent; Hasan, Koni // Arab Studies Quarterly; Fall2002, Vol. 24 Issue 4, p47
Analyzes the problems between Turkey and Syria. Cause of the problems between the two countries; Background of the identity and foreign policy of Turkey toward Syria; Information on the nature and severity of the problems between the two countries.
- SELF-ABSORVED EU OUSTS TURKEY.
Aras, Bulent; Hasan, Koni // Opinion Piece in Macedonian Press; 11/25/2013, p1
The article offers the insights of author Zana Bozinovska concerning the possibility for Turkey to leave the European Union (EU) negotiations.
- In a first test, pro-Islamic Turkey stays the course on Western ties.
Kohen, Sami // Christian Science Monitor; 7/26/96, Vol. 88 Issue 169, p7
Comments on the ascendence of Necmettin Erbakan, Turkey's pro-Islamic prime minister and the country's relationship with the West. Reaffirmation of ties to the West for practical and economic reasons; Negotiations to extend the Operation Provide Comfort, a United States-led effort that protects...
- Turkish Foreign Minister to Travel to Bahrain.
Kohen, Sami // Journal of Turkish Weekly; 4/4/2011, p5
Brief information is given about Turkey's Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu's April 2011 visit to Bahrain where he will meet with Bahrain's Foreign Minister Khalid bin Ahmad bin Muhammad Al Khalifa.
- THE TURKS AND JERUSALEM.
Aras, Bulent // Contemporary Review; Oct2001, Vol. 279 Issue 1629, p201
Discusses the foreign policy of Turkey with Jerusalem. Information on the history of the Ottoman government; Consequence of the decline of the Ottoman Empire to Jerusalem; Information on the cooperation of Turkish foreign policy makers with Israel.
- DIARY - Political and General News Events.
Aras, Bulent // Journal of Turkish Weekly; 3/21/2011, p26
A calendar of events for Turkey on March 24, 2011 is presented which includes a conference titled "Rethinking of Global Order in the 21st Century,â€ a meeting between Turkish President Abdullah Gul and Turkish and Ghanaian businessmen, and a meeting between Gul and the Ghanaian Parliament.
- DIARY - Political and General News Events (18 June 2010).
A. A. // Journal of Turkish Weekly; 6/14/2010, p17
The political and general news events in Turkey that will be covered by the English News Desk of the "Anadolu Agency" news service on June 18, 2010 are listed and include a meeting between the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus Dervis Eroglu and Turkey's President Abdullah Gul, a reception...
- Time to Treat Turkey as an Ally.
Lacey, James // Insight on the News; 11/26/2002, Vol. 18 Issue 41, p52
Reports on the efforts of Turkey to prove its friendship with its Western allies. Role of the Turkish troops during the Korean War of the 1950s; Favors done by Turkey during the Cold War; Reluctance of the European Union to grant membership to Turkey.
- Turkey Positive On Transfer Of Unarmed U.S. Equipment.
Lacey, James // Journal of Turkish Weekly; 8/30/2010, p38
The article reports on a statement by Turkish foreign ministry spokesman Selcuk Unal regarding a visit to Turkey by Admiral Michael G. Mullen, the chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff.
- U.S. State Department Executives due to Turkey.
Lacey, James // Journal of Turkish Weekly; 3/7/2011, p35
The article discusses international meetings that will be attended jointly by Turkey's special representative to Muslim Communities Farah Pandith, Turkey's special envoy to combat and monitor anti-Semitism Hannah Rosenthal, and U.S. Public Affairs Deputy Assistant Secretary Cheryl Benton in...
- DIARY - Political and General News Events (19 May 2010).
Lacey, James // Journal of Turkish Weekly; 5/17/2010, p14
The article lists the topics that will be reported by the "Andolu Agency" news desk on May 20, 2010 which include a joint press conference for Turkey's Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Kosovo's Prime Minister Hashim Thaci, a meeting between Erdogan and Al-Iraqiya coalition leader Iyad...
- DIARY - Political and General News Events (21 May 2010).
Lacey, James // Journal of Turkish Weekly; 5/17/2010, p15
The article lists the topics that will be reported by the "Andolu Agency" news desk on May 21, 2010 which include the United Nations (UN) Istanbul Conference on Somali, meetings between Turkey's President Abdullah Gul and Somali's President Sharif Sheikh Ahmed and the UN's Secretary-General Ban...
- Notes on church-state affairs: Turkey.
Beck, Rosalie; Curry, James A. // Journal of Church & State; Spring92, Vol. 34 Issue 2, p424
Reports that Turkey has moved quickly to build strong ties with the six Asian republics of the former Soviet Union. Efforts of Turkey to compete with Iran for influence in the region; Friendship and cooperation pacts between Turkey and the republics.
- Foreign Relations.
Beck, Rosalie; Curry, James A. // Turkey Country Review; 2010, p53
The article provides an overview of the foreign relations of Turkey, in particular its general relations and regional relations.
- Foreign Relations.
Beck, Rosalie; Curry, James A. // Turkey Country Review; 2011, p73
The article provides an overview of the foreign relations in Turkey which details its membership to the European Union and Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe.
- Guest Editors' Note.
ÜNAY, SADIK; KARAGÖL, ERDAL TANAS // Insight Turkey; 2011, Vol. 13 Issue 1, preceding p1
The article discusses various reports published within the issue, including one on the consequences of Turkey's multidimensional foreign policy, and another on international trade patterns in Turkey.
- Turks Are Behaving Like "turkeys", They Are Not The U.s. Ally They Pretend To Be.
ÜNAY, SADIK; KARAGÖL, ERDAL TANAS // AirGuide Online.com; 3/15/2010, p3
The article reports on relations between Turkey and the U.S.
- Heeding its Islamic roots, secular Turkey builds ties to Balkans.
Kohen, Sami // Christian Science Monitor; 8/9/95, Vol. 87 Issue 178, p8
Reports on Turkey's decision to reestablish ties with Bosnia under public and political pressure. Islamic factor as basis of renewed ties; Turkey's role in military assistance to Bosnia; Its efforts to forge ties with other Balkan countries; Turkey's foreign policy; Historical background of...
- In brief.
Kohen, Sami // MEED: Middle East Economic Digest; 12/24/1999, Vol. 43 Issue 51, p27
Reports on the European Union's approval of Turkey's status as a candidate for membership.
- New Turkish Cypriot leader smooths spat with Ankara.
Kohen, Sami // Journal of Turkish Weekly; 5/4/2015, p31
The article reports that Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC) President Mustafa Akinci revealed that there are already plans for his state visit to Turkey, which comes amid the shaky start to his presidency after Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan criticized the two countries'...
Investor's Business Daily // Investors Business Daily; 12/1/2015, pA02
The article reports that the Turkish trucks delivering goods to Russia are stopped at the border posts, several days after the Turkish jet fighter shot down the Russian fighter jet.
Investor's Business Daily // Scholastic News -- Edition 3; 10/18/99, Vol. 56 Issue 6, p3
Discusses the foreign relation of Turkey with the United States.