Posts Tagged ‘Turkey’

Why Turkey is no longer interested in Europe

by Tom Gill.

EU Membership is no longer on the policy agenda and isn’t an issue for the youth of Gezi, says Nedim Gürsel (translated by Tom Gill) The EU and Turkey is a story of a relationship that has lasted since ’64. With the prospect of membership fading, what view does Turkey have of the EU? We […]

Turkish mine disaster: unions blame “murderous” lack of safety & privatisation

by John Millington.

Turkish trade unions are staging a one day strike today in protest at the Soma mine disaster which has left over 200 dead. An as yet unexplained explosion took the lives of 246 miners and around 700 may still be trapped underground. Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan visited the area but had his car attacked as […]

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