Gov’t wants to extend its propaganda scheme to Germany: “Berlin Olympic stadium for presidential elections

In Uncategorized on May 5, 2014 at 16:28

The new Olympic Stadium has the highest all-seated capacity in Germany at 74,500. Turkey has asked German authorities to use the stadium.

Turkey asks Germany to use Berlin Olympic stadium for presidential elections


Turkey has applied to the German authorities to use the Berlin Olympic Stadium as a venue for the local Turkish community to vote in the August presidential elections

Europe’s Changing Architecture: Notes on Rethinking the EU-Turkey Relationship


GTE Policy Brief (Istituto Affari Internazionali) No. 16, 30 April 2014, 5 p. Rosa Balfour * 2015 will mark 10 years of accession negotiations. Fast-forward to 2015, Turkey will have been through three election rounds and possibly deep political changes in a decade that has been characterised by the unchallenged government of the Justice an

Turkish-Iranian Rapprochement and the Future of European and Asian Energy


Issue Brief (Atlantic CouncilDinu Patriciu Eurasia Center) April 2014 By Pinar Dost-Niyego & Orhan Taner * In a new issue brief, “Turkish-Iranian Rapprochement and the Future of European and Asian Energy,” Pinar Dost-Niyego and Orhan Taner of the Atlantic Council’s Turkey office outline how Turkey and Iran’s developing relationship is a key consideration


Remembering the Armenians

Project Syndicate by Aryeh Neier

Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s decision on April 24 to acknowledge what Armenians call Genocide Remembrance Day may well represent a breakthrough, given modern Turkey’s persistent refusal to call what happened “genocide.” But it is only a start

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