Regional events are catalysts for a rapprochement between Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki.
Turkey is struggling with a wave of intolerance that is afflicting all camps.
Turkish Prime Minister Erdogan criticises Al-Azhar's Grand Imam for supporting what he describes as a 'coup' in Egypt.
Turkey's President said action by Egyptian security forces against protesters in Cairo supporting ousted president Mohamed Morsi was "completely unacceptable".
Despite the bitter confrontation between Turkey’s Islamists and secularists, there is a welcome sign of a potential for synthesizng Islam and liberal democracy.
A recent Turkish poll of Arab elites revealed that Turkey is seen by many as a regional leader, yet 53% feel Ankara's foreign policy is sectarian.
Turkish author and activist Ozan Tekin describes the dynamics of the ongoing anti-government protests in Turkey.
The religiously motivated alcohol ban is a negative response to the question, "Is moderate political Islam compatible with democracy?”
Turks takes to the streets to protest the policies of Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
The AKP’s law of aggressive alcohol restrictions aims not only to engineer an Islamic society but to prevent possible losses in its conservative electoral base.