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Latest Episodes

Erdoğan's priority is to keep turning the wheels of economy over virus

The priority of the Turkish government is to keep turning the wheels of the economy rather than taking necessary and urgent steps to tackle the spread of the deadly Coronavirus, said Ahval's editor-in-chief Yavuz Baydar during Ahval's Hot Pursuit podcast programme.

22 MINAPR 4
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Erdoğan's priority is to keep turning the wheels of economy over virus

Nurcan Baysal interrogated by the police for her articles: 'They want to silence me entirely'

In what seems like an unexpected move, Nurcan Baysal, columnist with Ahval and a human rights activist, was called by the police in Diyarbakır to come to the headquarters in the city to be face accusations on 'inciting hatred' and 'threatening the public order' due to his two Ahval artticles and some tweets she posted in solidarity with her jailed colleagues. But, due to the absence of the prosecutor because of the Corona outbreak, she was demanded to be present again on March 31, the day after, to respond accusations. Detention pending, Baysal gave the following comment to Ahval Editor, Yavuz Baydar.

7 MINMAR 30
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Nurcan Baysal interrogated by the police for her articles: 'They want to silence me entirely'

Yannis Koutsomitis: After Erdogan's failed talks with the EU, expect more war of attrition over refugees

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan failed to reach an agreement with European Union officials on the future of refugees living in Turkey as thousands of them attempting to reach Europe.Erdoğan held talks with European Council President Charles Michel and European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen on migration and the crisis in Syria on Monday."Neither side seemed happy with the result of a near two-hour meeting in Brussels, with Erdoğan leaving without speaking to the media, and senior EU officials warning there was a lot still to discuss, as they demanded Turkey continue implement their 2016 migrant deal," Bloomberg reported.Turkey signed a deal with Europe in 2016, agreeing to step up efforts to halt the flow of hundreds of thousands of refugees passing through the country and into Europe, mainly via Greece and Bulgaria, in return for EU funds. But Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan accused the EU of not keeping its side of the bargain, which included the trans...

12 MINMAR 10
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Yannis Koutsomitis: After Erdogan's failed talks with the EU, expect more war of attrition over refugees

All eyes are locked on the Putin-Erdoğan meeting over Idlib on March 5 - Timur Göksel

All eyes locked on Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdoğan's meeting on March 5, Timur Göksel, senior editor-at-large at Ahval and former spokesman for the United Nations peacekeeping mission in Lebanon, told Ahval’s Hot Pursuit podcast programme.

13 MINMAR 3
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All eyes are locked on the Putin-Erdoğan meeting over Idlib on March 5 - Timur Göksel

Timur Göksel: U.S.’ Idlib objective to cause a split between Turkey and Russia

The objective of the United States in Syria’s last rebel-held province of Idlib will cause a split between Turkey and Russia, Timur Göksel, former spokesman for the United Nations peacekeeping mission in Lebanon, told Ahval’s Hot Pursuit podcast programme.

12 MINFEB 25
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Timur Göksel: U.S.’ Idlib objective to cause a split between Turkey and Russia

Berlin summit will have little impact on change in Libya, says former Turkish ambassador

The Berlin summit on Libya and its final declaration will have little impact in changing the status quo in Libya, vis-à-vis the positions of Russia, Turkey and the warring sides, Turkey’s former ambassador to the United States Faruk Loğoğlu said.

11 MINJAN 21
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Berlin summit will have little impact on change in Libya, says former Turkish ambassador

What drives Turkey’s hunger for crises?

Seth J. Frantzman, Middle East analyst of Jerusalem Post, said in an article last week that Turkey’s government had been thriving on a constant stream of threats and crises.Frantzman, who is also the author of the book “After ISIS: America, Iran and the Struggle for the Middle East (Gefen Publishing, 2019)”, discussed with Ahval how this tactic served Turkey’s leadership as a ticket to success both at home and abroad.

10 MIN2019 DEC 16
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What drives Turkey’s hunger for crises?

A further escalation in east-Med will depend on Turkey’s actions

Turkey and Libya signed a maritime boundaries accord two weeks ago that sees the two countries as maritime neighbours, divides the eastern Mediterranean into two and ignores the territorial waters of some Greek islands.Yannis Koutsomitis, the managing editor of Greek Kappa News, and Cengiz Aktar, a political scientist and a contributor to Ahval, discussed how this accord would affect the future of the region.The two experts talked about the possible reactions of the two country’s governments, the response of the international community, the effect of the escalating tensions on Cyprus and the role of the media in both countries play.

24 MIN2019 DEC 12
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A further escalation in east-Med will depend on Turkey’s actions

The focus of the Kurdish issue likely to shift from Turkey to Syria - Cengiz Aktar

Political scientist Cengiz Aktar discusses today’s call by Turkey’s mainly-Kurdish People’s Democratic Party’s (HDP) for snap elections and the political landscape around the Kurdish issue.

25 MIN2019 NOV 21
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The focus of the Kurdish issue likely to shift from Turkey to Syria - Cengiz Aktar

North Syria ‘the most explosive place in the world’

Marco Ansaldo, the senior correspondent for the Italian daily La Repubblica, discussed the situation in northern Syria after Turkey’s Oct, 9 military offensive, the conditions of civilians on both sides of the border and the risks the region may face in the upcoming period.

27 MIN2019 NOV 18
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North Syria ‘the most explosive place in the world’

Latest Episodes

Erdoğan's priority is to keep turning the wheels of economy over virus

The priority of the Turkish government is to keep turning the wheels of the economy rather than taking necessary and urgent steps to tackle the spread of the deadly Coronavirus, said Ahval's editor-in-chief Yavuz Baydar during Ahval's Hot Pursuit podcast programme.

22 MINAPR 4
Comments
Erdoğan's priority is to keep turning the wheels of economy over virus

Nurcan Baysal interrogated by the police for her articles: 'They want to silence me entirely'

In what seems like an unexpected move, Nurcan Baysal, columnist with Ahval and a human rights activist, was called by the police in Diyarbakır to come to the headquarters in the city to be face accusations on 'inciting hatred' and 'threatening the public order' due to his two Ahval artticles and some tweets she posted in solidarity with her jailed colleagues. But, due to the absence of the prosecutor because of the Corona outbreak, she was demanded to be present again on March 31, the day after, to respond accusations. Detention pending, Baysal gave the following comment to Ahval Editor, Yavuz Baydar.

7 MINMAR 30
Comments
Nurcan Baysal interrogated by the police for her articles: 'They want to silence me entirely'

Yannis Koutsomitis: After Erdogan's failed talks with the EU, expect more war of attrition over refugees

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan failed to reach an agreement with European Union officials on the future of refugees living in Turkey as thousands of them attempting to reach Europe.Erdoğan held talks with European Council President Charles Michel and European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen on migration and the crisis in Syria on Monday."Neither side seemed happy with the result of a near two-hour meeting in Brussels, with Erdoğan leaving without speaking to the media, and senior EU officials warning there was a lot still to discuss, as they demanded Turkey continue implement their 2016 migrant deal," Bloomberg reported.Turkey signed a deal with Europe in 2016, agreeing to step up efforts to halt the flow of hundreds of thousands of refugees passing through the country and into Europe, mainly via Greece and Bulgaria, in return for EU funds. But Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan accused the EU of not keeping its side of the bargain, which included the trans...

12 MINMAR 10
Comments
Yannis Koutsomitis: After Erdogan's failed talks with the EU, expect more war of attrition over refugees

All eyes are locked on the Putin-Erdoğan meeting over Idlib on March 5 - Timur Göksel

All eyes locked on Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdoğan's meeting on March 5, Timur Göksel, senior editor-at-large at Ahval and former spokesman for the United Nations peacekeeping mission in Lebanon, told Ahval’s Hot Pursuit podcast programme.

13 MINMAR 3
Comments
All eyes are locked on the Putin-Erdoğan meeting over Idlib on March 5 - Timur Göksel

Timur Göksel: U.S.’ Idlib objective to cause a split between Turkey and Russia

The objective of the United States in Syria’s last rebel-held province of Idlib will cause a split between Turkey and Russia, Timur Göksel, former spokesman for the United Nations peacekeeping mission in Lebanon, told Ahval’s Hot Pursuit podcast programme.

12 MINFEB 25
Comments
Timur Göksel: U.S.’ Idlib objective to cause a split between Turkey and Russia

Berlin summit will have little impact on change in Libya, says former Turkish ambassador

The Berlin summit on Libya and its final declaration will have little impact in changing the status quo in Libya, vis-à-vis the positions of Russia, Turkey and the warring sides, Turkey’s former ambassador to the United States Faruk Loğoğlu said.

11 MINJAN 21
Comments
Berlin summit will have little impact on change in Libya, says former Turkish ambassador

What drives Turkey’s hunger for crises?

Seth J. Frantzman, Middle East analyst of Jerusalem Post, said in an article last week that Turkey’s government had been thriving on a constant stream of threats and crises.Frantzman, who is also the author of the book “After ISIS: America, Iran and the Struggle for the Middle East (Gefen Publishing, 2019)”, discussed with Ahval how this tactic served Turkey’s leadership as a ticket to success both at home and abroad.

10 MIN2019 DEC 16
Comments
What drives Turkey’s hunger for crises?

A further escalation in east-Med will depend on Turkey’s actions

Turkey and Libya signed a maritime boundaries accord two weeks ago that sees the two countries as maritime neighbours, divides the eastern Mediterranean into two and ignores the territorial waters of some Greek islands.Yannis Koutsomitis, the managing editor of Greek Kappa News, and Cengiz Aktar, a political scientist and a contributor to Ahval, discussed how this accord would affect the future of the region.The two experts talked about the possible reactions of the two country’s governments, the response of the international community, the effect of the escalating tensions on Cyprus and the role of the media in both countries play.

24 MIN2019 DEC 12
Comments
A further escalation in east-Med will depend on Turkey’s actions

The focus of the Kurdish issue likely to shift from Turkey to Syria - Cengiz Aktar

Political scientist Cengiz Aktar discusses today’s call by Turkey’s mainly-Kurdish People’s Democratic Party’s (HDP) for snap elections and the political landscape around the Kurdish issue.

25 MIN2019 NOV 21
Comments
The focus of the Kurdish issue likely to shift from Turkey to Syria - Cengiz Aktar

North Syria ‘the most explosive place in the world’

Marco Ansaldo, the senior correspondent for the Italian daily La Repubblica, discussed the situation in northern Syria after Turkey’s Oct, 9 military offensive, the conditions of civilians on both sides of the border and the risks the region may face in the upcoming period.

27 MIN2019 NOV 18
Comments
North Syria ‘the most explosive place in the world’
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