Today Ollie Makepeace in Ankara wrote an interesting article about Turkey and their recent application for an EU membership. He looks at the academic symposiums discussing the subject which reveals some interesting things that are already happening in Brussels in connection with Greece banking bailout. Find out why this sort of thing would never have happened in Turkey, here.
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As you will find out in this very brief and concise report Turkey is a cornerstone marking valued source of knowledge and religion and politics in society, by reading Ollie Makepeace article you will be able to know more about the future alliance of The EU with Turkey.
The EU leaders and NATO know all about Turkey and as you know there is a big Syrian conflict happening. In this announcement by Ollie Makepeace you can find the latest intelligence about news from foreign defence and the trade ministries and how they are trying to make sense of all the problems that comes during times of war.
|Turkeys in Folsom (Photo credit: rckenned)|
Find out more about Greece and what happened years ago in Northern Cyprus. Find out how religious leaders in Turkey are taking stock of everything and in this report you get a sense of why nationalism and religion is both prominent and an important part of Turkish culture.
Find out about secret bits of culture that you will not know unless you are from the region of the world, for example did you know the importance of a cup of tea and the importance of not being tired, well these things all come from Turkish culture. If you follow the link you can read deeper into Ollie Makepeace's report yourself, here is the link.
|Turkey a la King a la Alyss (Photo credit: AlyssssylA)|
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speciality of Beypazarı district of
Ankara,Turkey (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
You will after reading this article have a better understanding of the history of various countries in connection and as a guidance blueprint of relationships in Turkey. Find out more about war, politics, business and the economic recession by going over to Stirring Trouble Internationally.
|Selimiye Mosque, Adrianople, 1913. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)|
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