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MEDIA ALERT: Two dead after suicide bombing outside U.S. Embassy in Turkey

February 1st, 2013, Media Alerts

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MEDIA ALERT: Two dead after suicide bombing outside U.S. Embassy in Turkey Feb. 1, 2013   ANKARA, TURKEY –  One security guard outside the U.S. Embassy in Turkey is dead after a suicide bombing attack in Ankara, Friday afternoon. The attack injured one other person and killed the suicide bomber. (Sources:BBC, AP, CNN)   Analysts [...]

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Why Turkey is increasing pressure on Assad

February 13th, 2012, Media Alerts

Syria is heading to an “intolerable situation” according to Turkey’s Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu, whose country is at the forefront of global efforts to engineer the downfall of the Bashar Al-Assad leadership.
Less than two years ago, relations were diametrically different.

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Secularism to the Rescue of the Arab Spring

May 12th, 2011, Comment & Analysis

London – Spring has come early this year to the Arab world. Climate change has awakened the once comatose Middle East from the stupor of singular leaderships. A new dawn of democracy and freedom is sprouting from Morocco to Oman. Or so we are told.

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Fadi Hakura

Associate Fellow, Chatham House

October 19th, 2010, Arabic, English, Europe, Europe, French, Law, London, Terrorism, Think tank/Research center, UK, War and Conflict

Fadi Hakura

Fadi Hakura is a Turkey expert and associate fellow at Chatham House, the UK’s leading foreign policy thinktank. He regularly comments for the international media on all aspects of Turkish politics, foreign and security policies, including EU accession issues and Turkey’s regional relations.

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