The July 15 coup attempt in Turkey was the first in which the Turkish state and its people stood against illegitimate military personnel.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced his first cabinet under the newly established presidential governance system.
Anwar Ibrahim, Malaysia’s former deputy prime minister who has been released from prison, spoke at SETA Istanbul.
The New Turkey is now recruiting two part-time project assistants that will work with the team at SETA Istanbul.
In protest of the U.S. embassy opening in Jerusalem, 58 Palestinians have been killed and 2,700 have been injured by the Israeli security forces.
With the attendance of President Erdogan, First Lady Emine Erdogan, Turkey’s Minister of Culture and Tourism Numan Kurtulmus, Mayor of Istanbul Vasip Sahin and Leader of the Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality Mevlut Uysal, awards were given to Craig and Cindy Corrie on behalf of Rachel Corrie, who was killed by the Israeli army in 2003, to Noor Fitri, Bejamin Ladraa and to Muthir Hani on behalf of Naji al-Ali.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said that the U.S. signed the nuclear agreement in 2015 and thus cannot annul it at its will, warning of a new crisis in the region.
A report written by Ipek Coskun and published by the SETA Foundation indicates why the education facilities provided by the Turkish government in Euphrates Shield regions should be replicated across Syria.
Have we entered an era in which data companies control politics?
The tariffs imposed upon Chinese goods by the U.S. administration and the retaliation from the Chinese government are reflective of a possible trade war between the two countries.