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Muzzling the dogs of war
Former US State Department Director of Policy Planning advocates President Obama's recent political manoeuvres on Syria.
Last updated: 20 Sep 2013 10:00 GMT
Egypt: A coup or a second revolution?
We discuss what the recent events in Egypt mean for both the country and young democracies all over the world.
South to North
South 2 North
Last updated: 21 Jul 2013 13:34 GMT
Turkish media: Caught in the wheels of power?
With domestic media outlets under fire for ignoring massive street protests, we examine media ownership in Turkey.
Last updated: 08 Jun 2013 12:13 GMT
Is Turkey in turmoil?
As anger over plans to develop city park fuel nationwide protests, we ask if these tensions will tarnish Turkey' image.
Last updated: 03 Jun 2013 22:37 GMT
Ten years on: The fall of Saddam's statue
Was the overplayed television moment truly a turning point in the Iraq invasion or was it myth-making by the media?
Last updated: 05 May 2013 11:27 GMT
Vice: News for the 'cool' kids
We look at the American news outlet known for its off-beat, sometimes outrageous, take on current affairs.
Last updated: 04 May 2013 08:34 GMT
The Turkish media muzzle
As Turkey has jailed more journalists than any other country, we investigate the red lines that restrict journalism.
Last updated: 02 Apr 2013 14:24 GMT
Why is Sarkozy so determined to pass a law making it illegal to deny that the mass killings of Armenians was genocide?
Last updated: 01 Mar 2012 08:39 GMT
Are Turkey and Israel on a collision course?
We ask whether by challenging Israel's blockade of Gaza at the ICJ, Turkey is setting a precedent others might follow.
Last updated: 05 Sep 2011 11:39 GMT
Why Turkey is bombing the PKK
Turkey's military operations against Kurdish separatists are a legitimate act of self-defense, according to analyst.
Last updated: 04 Sep 2011 14:09 GMT
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