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· November, 2006

Stories about Turkey from November, 2006

Kurdistance: It's Quiet Out Here

One of the hardest things about reporting on various blogospheres is the natural ebb and flow of people's writings. The past two weeks in the Kurdish blogosphere have been strangely...

Ukraine: Kyiv No Istanbul

Carpetblogger explains why Istanbul is not Kyiv.

The Balkans: EU Hopes

Neretva River writes of what may be “the end of Turkey's EU accession hopes” and the “implications for the Western Balkans.”

Russia: Hairdressers

The Turkish Invasion compares Russian and Turkish hairdressers.

Russia: Russo-Turkish Wars

The Turkish Invasion lists 11 Russo-Turkish wars.

Kurdistance: Picking up the pieces

After a month's hiatus, Kurdistance is back up and running…and attempting to pick up the pieces of Kurdish opinion floating out there in the blogosphere. The big issues this month...

Former Yugoslavia: Can video play a part in truth, justice and reconciliation?

It fell to the controversial figure of Carla del Ponte, prosecutor at the UN war crimes tribunal in the Hague, to lament the slow progress of justice in the Former...

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