Kosovo

Kosovo arrests five Turkish nationals

April 3, 2018 0

Five Turkish nationals, employees of Mehmet Akif schools in Kosovo, were arrested on Thursday morning in Gjakova and Prizren. Kosovo Police arrested five individuals of Turkish nationality, employees of Mehmet Akif schools in Kosovo, early […]

South East Europe

The EU Must Continue Engaging with Turkey

May 8, 2017 0

The recent referendum in Turkey is the latest example of populism hijacking politics around the world, and it bodes badly both for the country and for its largest trading partner, the European Union. By dramatically […]

Health & Food

Turkish Cuisine Ready to Challenge the World

May 5, 2017 0

Besides our history and cultural heritage, it is the Turkish cuisine that is one of our greatest richness. However, unfortunately, Turkish cuisine is one of the richest in the world, but is not adequately known […]

South East Europe

Turkey’s Surprise Rebound: 4% GDP?

May 5, 2017 0

Researchers from the Institute of International Finance bumped up their forecast for Turkey’s economic growth to 4.2% for 2017, reflecting a rebound after the attempted coup in Turkey last year took a huge bite out […]