turkey-eu Tag Archive

A step back from the brink

Turkey's governing party won't be closed down, but the decision was agonisingly close...

So, what’s next?

Yesterday, Turkey's Electoral Commission officially confirmed the results of last Sunday's election....

A resounding victory that now needs moderation

This historic AK Party victory should not go unchecked; a credible opposition is a vital part of any democracy....

Jailed for courtesy

Should the jailed leader of the PKK be given an honorific?...

Election 2007: Being aware of the danger

This blog has spent an awfully long time waiting for a supposed Islamic revolution. Where is it?...

How skipping Antalya could help solve the Cyprus problem

An unlikely authority - British civil aviation - could help fix the Mediterranean's decades-old conflict...

Erdoğan to meet Pope (at baggage reclaim?)

It appears the Prime Minister won't avoid meeting Benedict after all...

As the progress report looms…

Europe isn't expected to go easy on the pace of Turkey's reform programme...

Election 2007: Early beginnings

One party leader's call for a PKK amnesty marks the start of the election campaign...

Armenia: French bills and Nobel laureates

France and Orhan Pamuk have different ideas on how to approach the Armenian issue. Orhan Pamuk is right....