- Turkey says it is ‘on alert’ against possible chemical attack from Syria
- France, Turkey Vow to Press Ahead on Syria
- Turkish Diplomatic convoy attacked in Northern Iraq
- Turkey and TTIP: Boosting the Model Partnership with the United States
- Turkey’s Gold Imports Declined to Seven-Month Low in August
- Turkey Yields Jump to 3-Year High as Core Inflation Accelerates
- Anadolu Agency starts broadcasting in Kurdish
- Turkey opens trial over 1997 ‘post-modern’ coup
- Turkey’s top judge warns against creeping authoritarianism
- Education in Kurdish not written into new Constitution
|Turkey says it is ‘on alert’ against possible chemical attack from SyriaOfficials say Turkey is on alert against possible chemical attacks from Syria and has stocked food and gas masks along their shared border.
The Turkish government’s crisis management center said on Twitter on 29 August that officials had designated bunkers at seven areas along the border to protect the people in the area from harm.
France, Turkey Vow to Press Ahead on Syria
Turkish Diplomatic convoy attacked in Northern Iraq
ECONOMY & ENERGY
|Turkey and TTIP: Boosting the Model Partnership with the United StatesThe Brookings TUSIAD Senior Fellow and Director of the Turkey Project Kemal Kirisci published a comprehensive report entitled Turkey and TTIP: Boosting the Model Partnership with the United States.
In the report, Kirisci argues that Turkey’s inclusion in the TTIP agreement could enrich the partnership between the United States and Turkey and revitalize Ankara’s place in the transatlantic alliance. Citing economic, political and strategic arguments for Turkey’s inclusion in the transatlantic economic partnership, Kirisci provides policy recommendations on how this might be achieved. Kirisci’s report is the second in the recently established Turkey Project Policy Paper Series.
Turkey’s Gold Imports Declined to Seven-Month Low in August
Turkey Yields Jump to 3-Year High as Core Inflation Accelerates
|Anadolu Agency starts broadcasting in KurdishOpening an office in Erbil in regional administration in north of Iraq, Turkey’s Anadolu Agency (AA) has started Kurdish wire service in September. Kurdish is the sixth language used by the agency after Turkish, English, Arabic, Bosnian and Russian.
Turkish Press Review, 2 September 2013, Anadolu Agency starts broadcasting in Kurdish
Turkey opens trial over 1997 ‘post-modern’ coup
Turkey’s top judge warns against creeping authoritarianism
Education in Kurdish not written into new Constitution
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