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Bye bye Turkey

Bye bye Turkey

By | October 17, 2014 at 9:55 pm | No comments

Turkey is a country, where daily life of people who have a minimum level of literacy is perplexed by political agenda. Every single day wakes upon an outstanding number of news of sorts. There is no continuity in any sphere of public life; the state shuffles, the legal base is...

Posted in: Featured, Opinion, Turkey

Turkey at last declares Jabhat al Nusra as Terror Organization

Turkey at last declares Jabhat al Nusra as Terror Organization

By | June 8, 2014 at 10:30 am | No comments

On June 3, Turkish official gazette announced  the blacklisting of  Jabhat al Nusra a terror organization. It was stated that the Cabinet had decided to make amendments to its decree concerning the United Nation Security Council's (UNSC) resolution on the freezing of assets...

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An essay on popular perception shift of 2013 in Turkey

An essay on popular perception shift of 2013 in Turkey

By | January 9, 2014 at 2:37 pm | No comments

For Başak Güçyeter Life is a learning process. It’s the art of giving meaning to the chaos around us. The knowledge we gather during this process is not necessarily cumulative. It’s one enlightenment here, one disappointment there that make the big picture which we call...

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Ten Years of organized ignorance: Crowded malfeasance

Ten Years of organized ignorance: Crowded malfeasance

By | January 6, 2014 at 2:48 pm | 7 comments

“What happened in Turkey during the last ten years?” When the storm is over and if we wake up to a bright morning after it’s all over, we will end up with that question at hand which could take another ten years to answer. One answer could commence as such: A leader...

Posted in: Featured, Turkey

The people who bring light to everywhere they go and the rest who only live by the darkness inside

The people who bring light to everywhere they go and the rest who only live by the darkness inside

By | January 5, 2014 at 1:15 pm | 5 comments

2013 was the year of extremes. 2013 was the culmination of all social effects influencing the way we move since the turn of the millennium. In many corners of the world the end of the times as we know them began. This is a small account of events as they occurred in the...

Posted in: Featured, Human Rights

The Bench

The Bench

By | December 5, 2013 at 1:32 pm | No comments

Two old people sitting on a bench at the park. Fall foliage surrounding them. Like a womb. Hands resting on each other. Not a word spoken, only the chit chat of autumn birds and the hush of an occasional wind. A lot of dark reds, shiny browns, contrasting their grey flannels and...

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Tiptoeing the extremes: How private we are really

Tiptoeing the extremes: How private we are really

By | November 8, 2013 at 11:06 am | No comments

Discussions in the public opinion in Turkey are heated up again after remarks of Prime Minister Erdogan on students living in coed housing. He claimed that 'his government's conservative democrat views cannot tolerate coed housing of students and actions will be taken to prevent...

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Izmir, Pagos unedited

Izmir, Pagos unedited

By | October 12, 2013 at 6:54 pm | No comments

Memories from a promenade around Pagos (Kadifekale), Izmir. The hill located within the urban zone of İzmir,Turkey and the castle  named Pagos (Greek: Πάγος, Pagus under the Roman Empire) in pre-Turkishtimes and by the local Greeks in modern times. [gallery...

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Windy City revisited

Windy City revisited

By | October 12, 2013 at 1:50 pm | One comment

Chicago beckoned... (In 2012, Chicago hosted 46.37 million international and domestic visitors, an overall visitation record. Chicago's culture includes contributions to the visual arts, novels, film, theater, especially improvisational comedy, and music,...

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I can’t write

I can’t write

By | July 27, 2013 at 9:18 am | No comments

If only I could write about a long awaited beautiful summer finally arriving in Paris, cheerful young people running to both banks of the Seine river in order to have long and happy picnics, about the saxophonist practicing jazz tunes every afternoon under the shade of centuries...

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