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With Sarkozy gone, Turkey shows renewed interest in EU membership bid 16 mai 2012

Posted by Acturca in France, Turkey / Turquie, Turkey-EU / Turquie-UE.
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Associated Press (AP) May 16, 2012

By Suzan Fraser, Ankara

Turkey is showing renewed interest in reviving its stalled bid to join the European Union, now that one of its key opponents is no longer the president of France. (suite…)

Turkey in the Balkans: Myths, illusions and realities 16 mai 2012

Posted by Acturca in South East Europe / Europe du Sud-Est, Turkey / Turquie.
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Deutsche Welle (Germany) 16 May 2012                          

Ayhan Simsek

What is behind Turkey’s new assertiveness in the western Balkans? Is it an example of « neo-Ottoman » imperial dreams, economic interests or strategic goals? (suite…)

Israel should mend fences with historical friend Turkey 16 mai 2012

Posted by Acturca in History / Histoire, Middle East / Moyen Orient, Turkey / Turquie.
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South Florida Sun-Sentinel (USA) May 16, 2012, p. 13

By Mohammad S. Shakir *

On May 29, 2010, dozens of Israeli naval commandoes descended on Mavi Marmara, a Turkish flag-ship carrying humanitarian supplies for the besieged residents of Gaza. Israeli action was widely condemned; and Turkey was furious. (suite…)

Les bijoux fantasmagoriques de Sevan Bicakci 16 mai 2012

Posted by Acturca in Art-Culture, Economy / Economie, Istanbul, Turkey / Turquie.
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Le Temps (Suisse) 16 mai 2012

Antonio Nieto

Le joaillier turc construit des villes miniatures à l’intérieur de pierres précieuses. Ses bagues sont des mondes en soi, entièrement réalisées dans son atelier de six étages par des artisans d’art. Visite émerveillée (suite…)

En route to a body in a Turkish procedural 16 mai 2012

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The Boston Globe (USA) May 16, 2012, p. 44

By Wesley Morris

Nuri Bilge Ceylan’s « Once Upon a Time in Anatolia » is a movie with a grand title that at least implies you’re in for a long evening. It runs 157 minutes, and I can’t say you don’t feel them. (suite…)