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España y Turquía defienden la « urgencia » de la Alianza de Civilizaciones y la búsqueda de « valores comunes » 26 août 2006

Posted by Acturca in EU / UE, Middle East / Moyen Orient, Religion, Turkey / Turquie, Turkey-EU / Turquie-UE.
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Europa Press (España)                                               Türkçe

22 de agosto de 2006, Santander 

Los representantes especiales de España y Turquía para la Alianza de Civilizaciones coincidieron hoy en la « urgencia » y oportunidad de la puesta en marcha de este proyecto y resaltaron asimismo la necesidad de buscar « valores comunes » en el diálogo entre Oriente y Occidente. (suite…)

Islam poses a threat to the West, say 53pc in poll 26 août 2006

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Daily Telegraph (UK), 25/08/2006

By Philip Johnston, Home Affairs Editor

The alleged plot to blow up transatlantic airliners and last year’s terrorist attacks on London have made more people fear Islam as a religion, not merely its extremist elements, a poll for The Daily Telegraph has found. (suite…)

The forgotten option: Turkish Eurasianism 26 août 2006

Posted by Acturca in Caucasus / Caucase, Central Asia / Asie Centrale, History / Histoire, Russia / Russie, Turkey / Turquie, Turkey-EU / Turquie-UE, USA / Etats-Unis.
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Turkish Daily News, Wednesday, August 23, 2006, (Part 1 of 2)

Ali Külebi *

Whereas we turn our faces to the West, the Western countries try to extend their influence to Central Asia, the Turks’ fatherland. This region, which has been central to theories of world supremacy throughout history, is known as Eurasia (suite…)

Germany’s immigrants: integration in theory, alienation in practice 26 août 2006

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Der Spiegel (Germany), August 23, 2006

By Rose-Anne Clermont

Following an SOS from a Berlin school last spring, German legislators have sought to help children with immigration backgrounds. But can laws combat ingrained cultural insensitivities ? (suite…)