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Turkey hits bottom in OECD gender equality 29 octobre 2014

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Hürriyet Daily News (Turkey) October 29, 2014, p. 1

Istanbul

‘Turkey is still the lowest performing country from the OECD on the overall Index,’ reads the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) Gender Gap 2014 report. (suite…)

A special relationship with Turkey 8 juin 2012

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The Washington Post (USA) June 8, 2012, p. A19

David Ignatius, Istanbul

As President Obama was feeling his way in foreign policy during his first months in office, he decided to cultivate a friendship with Turkey’s headstrong prime minister, Recep Tayyip Erdogan. (suite…)

Turkey draws plaudits and doubts 4 juin 2012

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The National (UAE) June 4, 2012, p. b6 

Frank Kane

The country hosts the World Economic Forum starting today, having won praise for its economic strategy and political deftness. But its current-account deficit worries the IMF, and the nation does not warrant ‘Bric’ status, says the man who coined the term. (suite…)

Study reports mistrust between Islam and West 23 janvier 2008

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The Irish Times, 22 janvier 2008, Pg. 10

Patsy McGarry

A majority of people in 21 Muslim and non-Muslim countries surveyed believe that violent conflict between the West and Islam can be avoided, but are pessimistic about relations between both, a new study has found, writes Patsy McGarry, Religious Affairs Correspondent. (suite…)