Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Wikileaks On Turkey -- News Roundup November 30, 2010

Leaked Cables Point To Vital, Volatile U.S. Relationship With Turkey -- CNN

(CNN) -- Dozens of diplomatic cables released by the website WikiLeaks reveal a complex and often difficult relationship between the United States and Turkey in recent years, with persistent anxieties among U.S. officials that long-time Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan is prodding the country in a more Islamist direction.

The cables were published as U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton met Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu in Washington on Monday. They describe the two countries' relationship as one of the most important in the world.

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More News On Wikileaks And Turkey

WikiLeak Documents Question Turkey's Relationship with US -- Voice of America
US cables claim Turkish PM Erdo─čan has eight Swiss bank accounts -- Hurriyet News
Diplomatic Cables Reveal US Doubts about Turkey's Government -- Spiegel Online
'Souring' Israel-Turkey relationship seen in WikiLeaks trove -- L.A. Times
Turkish PM 'hates' Israel: US cables -- AFP
Turkish PM on WikiLeaks' documents -- World Bulletin
Turkish FM: We don't hate Israel -- Ynet News
Turkish foreign minister pokes fun at leak -- Sydney Morning Herald/AFP
Israelis allege Turkey allowed arms into Iran -- Hurriyet News
'Some fire' behind Ergenekon smoke, US official says -- Hurriyet News
WikiLeaks: ex-US envoy believes Turkish military has coup plans -- World Bulletin
Clinton discusses leaked documents with Turkish FM -- AFP
Turkey says leaked reports not to change foreign policy -- World Bulletin
WikiLeaks: ‘Political Firestorm’ if Genocide Recognized -- Armenian Weekly
Turkish experts not surprised by WikiLeaks revelations -- Today's Zaman
The long twilight of the U.S.-Turkey alliance -- David Kenner, Foreign Policy
WikiLeaks becomes a WikiFlood in Turkey -- Hurriyet Daily News
WikiLeaks cables expected to hurt US-Turkey relations -- Iason Athanasiadis, Global Post

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