Category: MURAT YETKİN
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Turkey’s military spending decreased by 5.7 percent in 2016 compared to the previous year, according to a new Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) report on military expenditures.
The World Bank Group and the China-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank said on April 23 they agreed to deepen their cooperation with a framework for knowledge sharing, staff exchanges, analytical work, development financing and country-level coordination.
With fears rising that the Trump administration will follow through on its threats to raise trade barriers, world finance ministers are united on one message: protectionism threatens the global economy.
The US aircraft carrier Carl Vinson and other warships started joint exercises with Japan on April 23, the American navy said, as regional tensions rise over North Korea’s missile and nuclear programs
President Erdoğan is set to embark on a world tour in an effort to restore ties with allies following months of tension
Turkey’s talks with Russia about the purchase of the S-400 air missile defense system have reached a “final stage,” although this does not mean a deal will be signed immediately, Defense Minister Fikri Işık said on April 21
As the global recovery gathers pace, the International Monetary Fund is turning up the volume on its call for wealthy countries to address popular anger over the impact of globalization and head off the threat of protectionism.
Turkey has repeated its offer to the U.S. to jointly stage the long-anticipated Raqqa operation with the inclusion of the Free Syrian Army (FSA) and including Arab forces within the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), Defense Minister Fikri Işık said on April 21
The International Monetary Fund will be “mistaken again” in its growth forecasts for Turkey, a top Turkish official has stated, after the IMF recently revised down its growth outlook for the country due to political uncertainty, security concerns and the loss in the lira’s value.
Category: ÜNAL ÇEVİKÖZ
When U.S. President Donald Trump instructed the U.S. military to strike Syria because of its reported use of chemical weapons, Chinese President Xi Jinping was on an official visit to the U.S. Some even suggest that the two presidents were at dinner, sitting next to one another, as the U.S. tomahawks were pounding the Al-Shayrat airbase in Homs.
A leading American business group has said that China’s push to develop its own technology and other industries has “narrowed the space” for foreign companies to compete in its market
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan will visit China to join a summit for the “Belt and Road,” Beijing’s ambitious international logistics and trade plan, Deputy Prime Minister Tuğrul Türkeş has said
Category: SELİN NASİ
U.S. President Donald Trump made a number of stunning foreign policy reversals last week regarding ties with Russia, China and NATO.
Turkey’s fractious relationship with the European Union may well deteriorate further after the April 16 referendum. Turkish voters are being asked to approve a slew of constitutional amendments, the most important of which will entrench Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s dominance as a powerful executive president.
North Korea paraded its intercontinental ballistic missiles in a massive military display in central Pyongyang on April 15, with ruler Kim Jong Un looking on with delight as his nation flaunted its increasingly sophisticated military hardware amid rising regional tensions
A conflict over North Korea could break out “at any moment,” China said April 14, warning there would be no winner in any war as tensions soar with the United States.
The United States and China struck what appeared to be an unusual bargain on April 12 as U.S. President Donald Trump said he would not label China a currency manipulator and voiced confidence Chinese President Xi Jinping will help him deal with North Korea’s mounting threat
the restrictions on religion and social hostilities involving religion increased in 2015 for the first time in three years, according to Pew Research Center’s latest annual study on global restrictions on religion. According to Pew, Turkey is among the countries where restrictions on religion are “very high.”
U.S. ties with Russia are at an “all-time low” due to Syria, President Donald Trump has said, adding that they want to improve ties with their Cold War enemy
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