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Journal of Turkish Weekly

Journal of Turkish Weekly
Web address http://www.turkishweekly.net
Type of site News
Owner International Strategic Research Organization
Current status Active

Journal of Turkish Weekly is an English-language Turkish news website run by the [1] The journal provides a Turkish approach on global and regional issues. Established in 2004, it is owned by the USAK Derneği, which publishes other printed and online periodicals. It is updated online at least five times daily.

Its website provides free access to the full text of recent articles and book reviews. Topics covered by these include: Turkish politics, relations between Turkey and the European Union; Turkey and terrorism; the Cyprus issue; security issues relating to Armenia; Turkish history; ethnic groups; Islamic fundamentalism; and Turkey.[2]

Major sections

The online newspaper is organized into three sections:

  1. News, which includes national, world, economy, Balkans, Europe, Middle East and Africa, Central Asia, Caucasus and Americas
  2. Comments, which includes editorials, op-eds and letters to the editor.
  3. Articles, which include English, German, and Turkish articles on Turkey, Central Asia, Russia, Europe, Americas, law, and security

The journal claims to receive about 350,000 website visits per month.[1]

JTW Columnists

  • Serpil Açıkalın
  • Nermin Aydemir
  • Alon Ben-Meir
  • İhsan Bal
  • Haluk Direskeneli
  • Çağlar Dölek
  • Arzu Celalifer Ekinci
  • Çağrı Erhan
  • Metin Gezen
  • İrem Güney
  • Rovshan İbrahimov
  • Habibe Kader
  • Kamer Kasım
  • Imran Khan
  • İbrahim Kay
  • Havva Kök
  • Mustafa Kutlay
  • Sedat Laçiner
  • Mirzet Mujezinovic
  • Mehmet Özcan
  • Hasan Selim Özertem
  • Güner Özkan
  • Sundeep Waslekar
  • Barış Sanlı
  • Fatma Yılmaz

References

  1. ^ a b "Advertise With JTW". Journal of Turkish Weekly. Retrieved 2008-07-27. 
  2. ^ Intute.ac.uk

External links

  • Official Web site
  • About Journal of Turkish Weekly, Intute


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