Tag: UN security council

  • Russia’s Syria Congress is over: what’s next?

    The Syrian National Dialogue Congress held in Russia’s Sochi on January 28-29 was aimed to boost the process for building a peaceful future for Syrian people in a war-devastated country and to define the country’s political compass for the next years. The Congress, sponsored by Russia, Iran and Turkey, gathered over […]

  • Turkey Confronts Syria Imbroglio

    Turkey Confronts Syria Imbroglio Publication: Eurasia Daily Monitor Volume: 9 Issue: 26 February 7, 2012 By: Saban Kardas The failure of a recent UN Security Council resolution that sought to calm Syria has once again highlighted the dilemmas Turkey has faced in its efforts to end the humanitarian catastrophe in […]

  • Brazil, Turkey to discuss Iran

    The leaders of UN Security Council members Brazil and Turkey, who recently signed a nuclear fuel swap declaration with Iran, are to meet next week. Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan will meet Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva during his three-visit to the Latin American country starting on […]

  • Why Turkey is right in demanding the end to occupation in Karabakh

    VUSALA MAHİRGİZİ In order to continue the “normalization” of Turkey-Armenia relations, it has become the major stipulation to bring the protocols signed in Zurich, Oct. 10, onto the agenda of the two parliaments. There are reports that in the meetings held in Washington on April 12-13, Prime Minister Recep Erdoğan […]

  • China, Turkey want diplomacy on Iran

    UN Security Council member states China and Turkey have reiterated commitment to finding a diplomatic solution to the impasse over Iran’s civilian nuclear program. “We will do everything possible to build trust between Iran and the United States and Iran and the West to avoid a military confrontation and possible […]