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This Week in Virology
TWiV 926: Clinical update with Dr. Daniel Griffin

This Week in Virology

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2022 40:38


In his weekly clinical update Dr. Griffin discusses guidance for prevention and treatment of monkeypox, post-infectious symptoms among children and adolescents, profiling post-infectious syndromes of different variants, comparison of vaccine Ankara vs intradermal routes of administration, infection in vaccinated individuals treated with or without PAXLOVID, duration of symptoms with positive rapid antigen after infection, epidemiologic characteristics of monkeypox, and sequelae of post-acute infection. Subscribe (free): Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, RSS, email Become a patron of TWiV! Links for this episode Guidance for prevention & treatment of Monkeypox (CDC) Post-infection symptoms among children and adolescents (CDC)  Profiling post-infection syndromes in different variants (medRxiv) Comparison  of vaccinia Ankara (MVA) vs intradermal routes of administration (NIH) PAXLOVID patient eligibility screening checklist (FDA) Remdesivir fact sheet for providers (Veklury)  Bebtelovimab fact sheet for providers (FDA) Infection in vaccinated individuals treated with or without PAXLOVID (medRxiv) Duration of symptoms with positive rapid antigen after infection (J Virological Methods) Epidemiologic characteristics of Monkeypox (CDC) Sequelae of post-acute infection (ScienceDirect)  Contribute to Floating Doctors fundraiser at PWB Dr. Griffin's treatment guide (pdf) Letters read on TWiV 926 Timestamps by Jolene. Thanks! Intro music is by Ronald Jenkees Send your questions for Dr. Griffin to daniel@microbe.tv

The Greek Current
Turkey's attempt to reverse reality with accusations about minority rights in Thrace

The Greek Current

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 12:32


 Last month marked the commemoration of the 99th anniversary of the signing of the Lausanne Treaty, a treaty that is at the heart of Greek-Turkish relations - whether we are talking about sovereignty in the Aegean Sea or the rights of minorities in each country. In its efforts to revise the status quo in the region, Turkey has made attempts to re-interpret Lausanne as it sees fit. For example, Ankara has referred to this treaty in an effort to cast a shadow over the sovereignty of Greek islands in the Aegean, and recently is attempting to make an issue with Greece over the rights of the Muslim minority in Thrace. Symeon Tegos, who has extensive experience working in Thrace with the Greek Foreign Ministry, joins me to break down why Ankara's accusations regarding the Muslim minority in Thrace are unsubstantiated and an attempt to reverse reality. Symeon Tegos is the newly appointed Consul General of Greece in Boston, and for the last three years served as director of political affairs at the office of the Foreign Ministry in Thrace. You can read the articles we discuss on our podcast here:Turkey's Erdogan rails at Greece over Muslim minority rightsAthens shoots down Turkish allegations over minority schools in ThraceTurkey sends new drill ship to eastern MediterraneanMilder East Med scenarioEU to stop Greek budget watch in formal end to major crisis

COSMO Köln Radyosu
Cemevlerine saldırı: Aleviler Türkiye'de neden hedefte?

COSMO Köln Radyosu

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 26:22


Alevilere yönelik tehdit ve yasaklamalar ve onlara yönelik ayrıştırıcı dil onlarca yıldır Türkiye'de tartışma konusu. 30 Temmuz'da Ankara'da çok kısa sürede art arda dört yerde Alevilere yönelik saldırı düzenlenmesi korkuyu daha da artırdı. İstanbul Kartal Cemevi Başkanı'na da saldırı düzenlendi. Cumhurbaşkanı Erdoğan'ın Cemevi ziyareti takdirden çok tepki topladı. Tam olarak neler oldu? Bu saldırılar münferit olaylar mı yoksa örgütlü mü? Daha büyük provokasyonların habercisi mi? Von Aydin Isik.

hr-iNFO Das Thema
Die Türkei, Griechenland und der Streit ums Mittelmeer

hr-iNFO Das Thema

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 17:51


Die Türkei will am Dienstag wieder ein Gasbohrschiff ins Östliche Mittelmeer schicken. Noch ist nicht genau bekannt, wohin. Vor zwei Jahren hatte ein ähnlicher Einsatz auf der Suche nach Gasvorkommen für erhebliche Spannungen zwischen der Türkei und Griechenland und auch Zypern gesorgt, da das Schiff in umstrittenen Gewässern unterwegs war. Athen und Ankara hatten Kriegsschiffe entsandt. Die beiden Nachbarländer und Nato-Mitglieder streiten auch über Inseln in der Ägäis. Hier hatte sich vor kurzem die deutsche Außenministerin Baerbock bei Besuchen in beiden Ländern klar an die Seite Athens gestellt.

World Business Report
Semiconductors: Fishing for CHIPS

World Business Report

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 26:44


The US President, Joe Biden, has launched a $280bn boost for America's technology and science industries. A new bill named CHIPS (Creating Helpful Incentives to Produce Semiconductors) is aimed at increasing domestic manufacturing, and upping the country's competitive edge against China. Professor David Yoffie from Harvard Business School joins us on the programme. We're in Ankara, where Hannah Smith reports on how EU diplomats are threatening Turkey with sanctions over its relationship with Russia. We also look at how economies on different sides of the world - Sri Lanka and Nigeria - are struggling to cope with global supply pressures. Joe Saluzzi from Themis Trading has the latest market news ahead of key inflation results in the US.

HABERTURK.COM
Yol vermeme kavgasında burnunu kırdı!

HABERTURK.COM

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 0:32


Ankara'da, trafikte yol vermeme nedeniyle çıkan tartışmada M.B. (31), Y.E.D.'nin (46) kafasını defalarca otomobilin kaputuna vurarak, burnunun kırılmasına yol açtı. Cep telefonu kamerasına yansıyan olayın ardından kaçan M.B., gözaltına alındı. Şüp...

On the Middle East with Andrew Parasiliti, an Al-Monitor Podcast
Syrian Kurdish leader Salih Muslim says Russia allows Turkish drone strikes but no ground offensive against Syria's Kurds

On the Middle East with Andrew Parasiliti, an Al-Monitor Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 39:24


Turkish leaders continue to threaten another military offensive against the Syrian Kurds. But they need either the Kremlin's or Washington's approval to mount any such offensive in the zones that are under Russian and US control. Salih Muslim, the leader of the Syrian Kurdish Democratic Union Party that hold power in northeast Syria says Erdogan is unpredictable and might carry out a military operation.Muslim recalls in this conversaton with Amberin Zaman the days when he used to travel to Turkey when Ankara was holding peace talks with the Kurdistan Workers Party leader Abdullah Ocalan and his commanders in the field. Muslim says until Turkey solves its Kurdish question there cannot be peace in the region.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Arab Digest podcasts
The Arab Digest Podcast Top Ten Countdown number 7: Cairo and Ankara: a new axis?

Arab Digest podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 33:07


Our podcast Cairo and Ankara: a new axis? ranks number 7 in the Arab Digest top ten podcast list. It was released 18 June 2021 and features Ali Bakir, a research assistant professor at Ibn Khaldoon center for Humanities and Social Sciences in Doha. Ali is an analyst following geopolitical and security trends in the Middle East, and especially those between Turkey and the Arab world. His conversation with Digest editor William Law focussed on the thaw in relations between Cairo and Ankara. Sign up NOW at ArabDigest.org for free to join the club and start receiving our daily newsletter & podcasts.

HABERTURK.COM
Cinsel istismardan 111 yıl istendi! Avukata tehditten dava!

HABERTURK.COM

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 1:14


Ankara'da S.K.'ye (15) cinsel istismarda bulunup, müstehcen görüntülerini sosyal medyada yayımladığı suçlamasıyla 111.5 yıl hapis cezası istemiyle tutuklu yargılanan Emre Kara'ya (19), mağdurun avukatı İrem Esra Kömürcü Altun'u da cinsel şiddetle ...

Stuff You Missed in History Class
SYMHC Classics: Tamerlane and the Battle of Ankara

Stuff You Missed in History Class

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 22:18 Very Popular


This 2011 episode from previous hosts Sarah and Deblina covers Timur the Lame (Tamerlane to Westerners) conquering areas from Persia to Russia throughout the late 1300s, and his last great battle in Ankara against Sultan Bayezid I.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Informationen am Morgen - Deutschlandfunk
Aktuelle Lage in der Ukraine - Atomkraftwerk direkt beschossen, IAEA sehr beunruhigt

Informationen am Morgen - Deutschlandfunk

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 5:03


Im Atomkraftwerk Saporischja sind nahe einem Reaktorblock Granaten eingeschlagen. Im stark umkämpften Mikolajiw geht die Ukraine offenbar gegen Kollaborateure vor. Und Kremlchef Putin versucht in Ankara einen Keil zwischen die NATO-Mitglieder zu treiben. Adler, Sabinewww.deutschlandfunk.de, Informationen am MorgenDirekter Link zur Audiodatei

All THINGS HIP HOP EPISODE #1
EP #199 THE VALUE OF FRIENDSHIP AKILAH CUNNINGHAM

All THINGS HIP HOP EPISODE #1

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 72:55


In July of 2021, Akilah Cunningham took a trip to Accra Ghana and fell in love with the country, the people, and the culture. It was there she was introduced to African fashion made out of Ankara material. After talking with her family in Ghana, she decided to create my on clothing line and that is how Keelaz Ankara Boutique was born. The clothing is hand made by a seamstress and her staff. Keelaz Ankara Boutique not only contributes to the economy in Ghana but gives 10% of all profits back to the Christ First Foster Home in Accra. It brings Akilah joy to see the clothing my team designed worn. Akilah and Kelly have been friends since 1997. Be sure to check out my new audiobook SUCCESS LEAVES CLUES (THE 7 P'S THAT CAN SHIFT YOUR REALITY) THE HIDEOUT Thank you to our sponsors Findlay Volvo Las Vegas Samaritans Feet Pinks4Cancer Cardenas Law Group Squeeze Dried PAUL MITCHELL HAIR CARE DELIVERED TO YOUR DOOR STEP BLING SHINE SERUM-The #1 seller of over 15 years and the only product to be endorsed by my MAMA! MORE KELLY EVEN MORE KELLY "JOY IS NOTHING MORE THAN FALLING IN LOVE WITH YOUR CURRENT CIRCUMSTANCES AND ALLOWING MAGIC TO HAPPEN!!" EXECUTIVE PRODUCER MADDOX CARDENAS

Ankara Rüzgarı
İktidarın en önemli döviz silahı ihracat, teklemeye başladı | Zülfikar Doğan

Ankara Rüzgarı

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 8:15


İktidarın en önemli döviz silahı ihracat, teklemeye başladı | Zülfikar Doğan| Ankara Rüzgarı

Strait Talk
Erdogan, Putin Discuss Ukraine Grain Shipments, Syria During Meeting In Sochi

Strait Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 11:57


Less than three weeks after meeting in Tehran, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan held talks with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin in the Black Sea resort city of Sochi. Topping their agenda, was the grain shipments that resumed just days ago from Ukraine, as part of a deal Türkiye brokered late last month. Putin thanked President Erdogan for helping forge that agreement, which is allowing millions of tons of grain that was stuck in Ukraine, to reach global markets. The two leaders also touched on the situation in northern Syria, where Türkiye is planning its latest operation to establish a safe-zone along the border. Although supporting opposites sides in that conflict, Türkiye and Russia have worked together to stabalize areas in the north, where opposition fighters are holding out against Syrian regime forces. So will this latest meeting help bring Türkiye's operation closer and how will the two countries move forward when it comes to energy, and Ankara's mediation efforts in Ukraine? Guests: Sergei Markov Director at Institute on Political Studies Muhammet Kocak Foreign Policy Analyst

TR724 Podcasts
Adem Yavuz Arslan | Reyhanlı-ABD-Ankara hattında tuhaf işler | 03.08.2022

TR724 Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 12:52


Adem Yavuz Arslan | Reyhanlı-ABD-Ankara hattında tuhaf işler | 03.08.2022 by Tr724

ankara hatt tuhaf adem yavuz arslan
The Greek Current
The beginning of a shift in German policy when it comes to Turkey and Greece?

The Greek Current

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 13:47


Last week Germany's Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock traveled to Greece and Turkey, where she took a clear stance against Turkish revisionism in the region, stating in unequivocal terms that the sovereignty of Greece's islands are not up for dispute. While in Turkey, she also made a point to raise issues related to human rights violations. These clear statements mark a shift in Berlin's traditional policy that saw it maintain equal distances between Greece and Turkey and limit its criticism of Ankara's track record on human rights and rule of law. Constantinos Filis, the Director of the Institute of Global Affairs and an associate professor of international relations at the American College of Greece, joins Thanos Davelis to discuss whether we are at the beginning of a fundamental shift in Germany's foreign policy when it comes to Turkey, and look at what this could mean for Greece.You can read the articles we discuss on our podcast here:Opinion:German foreign minister did the right thing in AnkaraUkrainian Grain Shipment Expected to Reach Turkey WednesdayUkraine war: First grain ship leaves under Russia dealTurkey plays politics with drillship's sailing 

RT DEUTSCH – Erfahre Mehr
Baerbock in der Türkei: Wie Deutschland seine Vermittlerrolle zwischen Ankara und Athen verspielt

RT DEUTSCH – Erfahre Mehr

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 5:43


Die deutsche Top-Diplomatin, die bereits von einer "feministischen Außenpolitik" träumt, demonstrierte auf ihrer diplomatischen Tour in Griechenland und der Türkei ihre moralische Überheblichkeit gegenüber Türken, mit der sie faktisch die neutrale Rolle Deutschlands zwischen Ankara und Athen ruinierte. Und das geschah gerade zu einer Zeit, in der die Türkei für den Westen im Zuge des Ukraine-Kriegs eigentlich strategisch unverzichtbar ist.   von Seyed Alireza Mousavi

Acilci.Net Podcast
Maymun Çiçeği Hastalığından Aşı İle Korunma ve Stratejiler

Acilci.Net Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 8:42


COVID-19'un oral tedavi ve aşılama yöntemleri halen tartışmalara açık iken yeni bir viral salgın ile karşı karşıya kaldık: Monkeypox-Maymun Çiçeği Daha önce sizlerle bu sayfalarda COVID-19 tedavisini konuşurken bir anda başka bir hastalığı yazmaya başladık. Monkeypox, maymun çiçeği virüsü ile enfeksiyonun neden olduğu nadir bir hastalıktır. Monkeypox virüsü, çiçek hastalığına neden olan virüs olan variola virüsü ile aynı virüs ailesinin bir parçasıdır. Monkeypox semptomları çiçek hastalığı semptomlarına benzer, ancak daha hafiftir ve maymun çiçeği nadiren ölümcüldür. Monkeypox su çiçeği ile ilgili değildir. Maymun çiçeği virüsü enfeksiyonları için özel bir tedavi yoktur. Bununla birlikte, maymun çiçeği ve çiçek hastalığı virüsleri genetik olarak benzerdir; bu, çiçek hastalığına karşı koruma sağlamak için geliştirilen antiviral ilaçların ve aşıların, maymun çiçeği virüsü enfeksiyonlarını önlemek ve tedavi etmek için kullanılabileceği anlamına gelebilir. Daha önce acilci.net farkıyla maymun çiçeği hastalığını tanıtmak amaçlı okurlarımıza ilk yazılardan birini paylaşan Prof. Dr. Haldun AKOĞLU hocamızın ilgili yazısına buradan ulaşabilirsinz. Bu yazımızda ise maymun çiçeği hastalığı aşı yönetimi için güncel çeşitli kaynaklardan elde ettiğimiz bilgileri sizlerle paylaşmak istedik. Aşılamaya genel bakış Maymun çiçeği için küresel salgın yanıtının amacı, salgını kontrol etmek ve hastalığın ileriye doğru yayılmasını önlemek için halk sağlığı önlemlerini etkin bir şekilde kullanmaktır. Aşıların makul kullanımı bu yanıtı destekleyebilir. Çiçek hastalığı ve maymun çiçeği aşıları üzerine Stratejik Danışma Grubu (SAGE) Ad-hoc Çalışma Grubu'nun tavsiyesi ve desteğiyle geliştirilen geçici kılavuz, maymun çiçeği için aşılar ve bağışıklama konusunda ilk DSÖ tavsiyelerini sunmaktadır. (Kaynak-1) Öncelikle şunu belirtelim ki Maymun çiçeği için şu anda toplu aşılama gerekli değildir ve önerilmemektedir. Monkeypox'u önlemek için aşı stratejilerini kısaca şöyle belirtelim: Vakaların temaslıları için, hastalığın başlamasını önlemek için ideal olarak ilk maruziyetten sonraki dört gün içinde, uygun bir ikinci veya üçüncü nesil aşı ile temas sonrası profilaksi (PEP) önerilir.Maruziyet öncesi profilaksi (PrEP), risk altındaki sağlık çalışanları, ortopoksvirüslerle çalışan laboratuvar personeli, maymun çiçeği için teşhis testleri yapan klinik laboratuvar personeli ve ulusal politikaya göre risk altında olabilecek diğer kişiler için önerilir.Salgın Müdahalesi Monkeypox Aşısı Maruziyet Sonrası Profilaksi (PEP)++: Belirli risk faktörlerine sahip kişilerin yakın zamanda maymun çiçeğine maruz kalmış olma olasılığı daha yüksektir. PEP++ yaklaşımı, onaylanmış maymun çiçeği olan birine maruziyeti belgelenmemiş olsa bile, bu kişilere temas sonrası profilaksi için ulaşmayı amaçlar.Aşılama programları, kapsamlı sürveyans ve temas takibi ile desteklenmeli ve ideal olarak standart protokoller ve veri toplama araçlarıyla işbirlikçi aşı etkinliği çalışmaları bağlamında güçlü bir bilgilendirme kampanyası, sağlam farmakovijilans ile birlikte desteklenmelidir.Çiçek hastalığı veya maymun hastalığı aşılarının kullanımına ilişkin kararlar, vaka bazında risklerin ve faydaların tam bir değerlendirmesine dayanmalıdır. Maymun Çiçeği aşısı Çiçek hastalığına karşı aşılamanın, maymun çiçek hastalığını önlemede yaklaşık yüzde 85 oranında etkili olduğu birkaç gözlemsel çalışmayla kanıtlanmıştır. Bu nedenle, öncesinde çiçek aşısı olanlar hastalığı daha hafif geçirebilirler ya da hastalıktan korunabilirler. Çiçek hastalığına karşı önceden aşı yapıldığının göstergesi olarak ön kol üst kısmındaki aşı izi kabul edilebilir. Bugün artık, çiçek aşıları klinik kullanıma sunulmuş durumda değildir. Modifiye edilmiş atenüe aşı virüsüne (Ankara suşu) dayalı yeni bir aşı, 2019'da maymun çiçeğinin önlenmesi amacı ile ABD Gıda ve İlaç Ajansı (FDA) ve Avrupa İlaç Ajansından (EMA) kullanım onayı almıştır. (Kaynak-2) JYNNEOS JYNNEOS,

Turkey Book Talk
Gönül Bozoğlu on the politics of history in contemporary Turkey

Turkey Book Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 36:01


Gönül Bozoğlu on “Museums, Emotion and Memory Culture: The Politics of the Past in Turkey” (Routledge). The book examines Istanbul's Panorama 1453 Museum and Ankara's Atatürk and War of Independence Museum to show how history in Turkey is often a battleground where contemporary identities clash for supremacy. Become a member to support Turkey Book Talk. Members get a 35% discount on all Turkey/Ottoman History books published by IB Tauris/Bloomsbury, transcripts of every interview, transcripts of the whole archive, and over 200 reviews covering Turkish and international fiction, history and politics.

Medyascope.tv Podcast
Ankara'da cemevlerine saldırı, Aleviler, iktidar ve muhalefet | Akşener Kırklareli'nde

Medyascope.tv Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 48:00


Ankara'da 30 Temmuz'da Alevilere ait vakıf ve derneklere saldırı düzenlendi. Ankara Emniyet Müdürlüğü kısa zaman diliminde üst üste yapılan saldırıları tek kişinin gerçekleştirdiğini açıkladı. Alevi vakıf ve dernekleri, cemevlerine yönelik saldırıları Ankara, İstanbul ve İzmir'de eylemlerle protesto etti. İYİ Parti Genel Başkanı Meral Akşener Kırklareli'nde. Akşener, Büyükkarıştıran beldesi, Pınarhisar ilçesi ve il merkezinde esnafı ziyaret etti. TBMM, CHP'nin sağlık çalışanlarına şiddet konusunda genel görüşme başvurusu ve Meclis Başkanı Mustafa Şentop'un çağrısı ile bugün saat 15:00'te olağanüstü toplanacaktı. Ancak meclisin olağanüstü toplanması çağrısına CHP ve İYİ Parti milletvekilleri katılırken, AKP ve MHP milletvekilleri kuliste bekledi. Yoklama sonucu 200 milletvekili bulunamadığı için toplantı yapılamadı Ukrayna'dan yapılan tahıl sevkiyatı bugün başladı. Milli Savunma Bakanlığı (MSB), mısır yüklü ilk geminin saat 08:30'da Odessa Limanı'ndan yola çıktığını duyurdu. Gökçe Çiçek Kösedağı'nın sunduğu “Güne Bakış”ta, tarihçi, yazar ve 23. dönem Adalet ve Kalkınma Partisi (AKP) İstanbul Milletvekili Reha Çamuroğlu ile Alevilere yönelik saldırıyı, Medyascope muhabiri Ali Macit ile Akşener'in Kırklareli ziyaretini, Medyascope Ankara Temsilcisi Hıdır Göktaş ile CHP'nin TBMM'nin olağanüstü toplantı çağrısını konuştuk. Yayını izleyebilirsiniz: bit.ly/3SlNmLk

ETDPODCAST
Nr. 3313 Ankara: Erstes Schiff mit ukrainischem Getreide verlässt um 7:30 Uhr (MESZ) Odessa

ETDPODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 1:48


Das erste Schiff seit Monaten mit ukrainischem Getreide für den Weltmarkt wird nach türkischen Angaben am frühen Morgen den Hafen von Odessa verlassen. Es sei vereinbart worden, dass das unter der Flagge von Sierra Leone fahrende Frachtschiff „Razoni“ mit einer Ladung Mais um 08:30 Uhr (07:30 Uhr MESZ) in Richtung Libanon auslaufen werde, teilte das türkische Verteidigungsministerium mit. Andere Lieferungen sollen demnach folgen. Web: https://www.epochtimes.de Probeabo der Epoch Times Wochenzeitung: https://bit.ly/EpochProbeabo Twitter: https://twitter.com/EpochTimesDE YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC81ACRSbWNgmnVSK6M1p_Ug Telegram: https://t.me/epochtimesde Gettr: https://gettr.com/user/epochtimesde Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EpochTimesWelt/ Unseren Podcast finden Sie unter anderem auch hier: iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/at/podcast/etdpodcast/id1496589910 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/277zmVduHgYooQyFIxPH97 Unterstützen Sie unabhängigen Journalismus: Per Paypal: http://bit.ly/SpendenEpochTimesDeutsch Per Banküberweisung (Epoch Times Europe GmbH, IBAN: DE 2110 0700 2405 2550 5400, BIC/SWIFT: DEUTDEDBBER, Verwendungszweck: Spenden) Vielen Dank! (c) 2022 Epoch Times

Aposto! Altı Otuz
Aposto Altı Otuz | 1 Ağustos Pazartesi - Sırbistan-Kosova gerginliği, Cemevi saldırıları

Aposto! Altı Otuz

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 9:30


Günaydın. Açlık sınırı temmuz ayında 6 bin 840 liraya çıktı. Avro Bölgesi'nde enflasyon %8,9'a yükseldi. Ankara'da iki Cemevi'ne ve Türkmen Alevi Bektaşi Vakfı'na saldırı düzenlendi. Sırbistan-Kosova sınırında siren sesleri yükseldi. Bugünün bülteni Woo Network destekleriyle ulaşıyor. Fotoğraf: Rexhep Ibrahimi/Unsplash

Medyascope.tv Podcast
Alevilere yönelik gizli hesapların neden tutma şansı yok?

Medyascope.tv Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 8:13


Ankara'da 30 Temmuz'da Alevilere ait vakıf ve derneklere saldırı düzenlendi. Ankara Emniyet Müdürlüğü kısa zaman diliminde üst üste yapılan saldırıları tek kişinin gerçekleştirdiğini açıkladı. Alevi vakıf ve dernekleri, cemevlerine yönelik saldırıları Ankara, İstanbul ve İzmir'de eylemlerle protesto etti. Ruşen Çakır, saldırıları ve arka planını değerlendirdi. Yayını izleyebilirsiniz: bit.ly/3Sgsa9c

AkademikLink
Ankara Üniversitesi'nin Tüm Gerçekleri

AkademikLink

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 18:43


AkademikLink'in bu bölümünde yaklaşan üniversite tercih dönemi için Ankara Üniversitesi'nin taban puanları, Ankara Üniversitesi bölümleri, Ankara Üniversitesi inek bayramı, Ankara Üniversitesi mülkiye ve Ankara Üniversitesi kampüsüyle ilgili sorulara cevap bulduk. Diğer bölümlerimizde ve gelecek bölümlerimizde YKS tercih, üniversite tercih, üniversite taban puanları, üniversite bölümleri konularındaki sorulara cevap bulmaya devam edeceğiz. ODTÜ, Bilkent, Koç Üniversitesi, Hacettepe Üniversitesi...

Medyascope.tv Podcast
Ankara'da cemevlerine saldırı & Türkiye ekonomisinin gidişatı

Medyascope.tv Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 44:35


Ankara'da Türkmen Alevi Bektaşi Vakfı Genel Merkezi, Şah-ı Merdan Cemevi ve Ana Fatma Cemevi'ne saldırı düzenlendi. Ankara Emniyet Müdürlüğü'nden yapılan açıklamada, üç olayda da saldırganın aynı kişi olduğu aktarıldı. İçişleri Bakanı Süleyman Soylu saldırganın yakalandığını açıkladı. Medyascope‘a konuşan Cumhuriyet Halk Partisi (CHP) Ankara Milletvekili Ali Haydar Hakverdi, “Birden fazla saldırının olması bütün bu organizasyonun arkasında bir örgütlülüğün olduğunu gösteriyor. Bu gerginlik kimin işine yararsa o yapıyordur” dedi. Cemevi saldırıları Tuzluçayır Meydanı'nda protesto edildi. Türkiye Cumhuriyet Merkez Bankası (TCMB) politika faizini yüzde 14 seviyesinde tutarken, Amerika Merkez Bankası (Fed) 75 baz puanlık faiz artırımına gitti. TCMB Başkanı Şahap Kavcıoğlu, 2022'nin üçüncü enflasyon raporunu geçtiğimiz günlerde açıkladı. Merkez Bankası, 2022 yıl sonu enflasyon tahminini 17,6 puanlık güncellemeyle yüzde 42,8'den yüzde 60,4'e yükseltti. Kavcıoğlu, “Enflasyonda atalet olmaması için tedbirler alınıyor. Gerektiğinde sert tedbirler alınır” dedi. Haber Hafta Sonu‘nda Koç Üniversitesi Ekonomi Bölümü Öğretim Üyesi ve Bilim Akademisi Üyesi Prof. Dr. Kamil Yılmaz ile Türkiye ekonomisindeki son gelişmeleri, Medyascope Ankara muhabiri Senem Büyüktanır ile Ankara-Tuzluçayır'da düzenlenen eylemde neler yaşandığını konuştuk. Yayını izleyebilirsiniz: bit.ly/3vRbKLd

Kommentar - Deutschlandfunk
Baerbock in Istanbul und Ankara: Unter Merkel wäre das nicht passiert

Kommentar - Deutschlandfunk

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 4:38


Gavrilis, Panajotiswww.deutschlandfunk.de, Kommentare und Themen der WocheDirekter Link zur Audiodatei

SWR2 Aktuell
Außenministerin Baerbock auf Gratwanderung in Ankara

SWR2 Aktuell

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 10:53


Die Themen: Außenministerin Baerbock streitet mit ihrem Kollegen Cavusoglu ++ Baerbock besucht Zivilgesellschaftsvertreter in Ankara ++ Energiekrise: Forderung nach Übergewinnsteuer ++ Papst geht ersten Schritt der Aussöhnung in Kanada ++ Chinesische Rakete stürzt heute ab

International report
How Turkish voters are beating internet press clampdown before polls

International report

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 5:19


A game of cat and mouse between Turkish internet users and the authorities in Ankara is intensifying ahead of looming polls. According to rights groups, Turkey ranks among the world's worst for press freedom. But years of censorship and control are creating a population increasingly adept at bypassing such restrictions. Every day, Ali Ergin Demirhan, the editor of the news website sendika.org goes through a thick file of outstanding court orders and attempts at blocking his sites.  Engaged since 2015 in legal battles, he's not surprised that the country's media regulator has blocked access to the websites of Deutsche Welle and Voice of America's Turkish Service. "This censorship, especially on the internet, increased in Turkey in the 2010s," said Demirihan, "2015 was a turning point; access to our internet site sendika.org was blocked for the first time, along with 107 other websites." RTUK, Turkey's media regulator, obtained a court order blocking access to DW and VOA Turkish in late June. The two international broadcasters had refused to comply with the regulator's request to apply for a license. Turkey ranks with China and Iran for banning sites.  Although Ankara blocks thousands of websites, internet users here have become skilled at circumventing bans. "For the past 15 years, the government has introduced 18 changes to the internet law," explains Fusun Nebil, a technology consultant. "All these changes were attempts to ban or close sites because previous efforts had failed. Turkish people have learned how to avoid these bans. Not only the young but also older people are becoming increasingly sophisticated at circumventing bans, such as using web proxies," added Nebil. Other tools to get around restrictions include the Tor browser, which protects a user's identity and location. And Virtual private networks, or VPNs, create a secure private connection between a computer and the internet to get around government blocks. With a VPN it's very easy; claims Atilla Yesilada, a political analyst at GlobalSource Partners, a geopolitical research company.   "For a while, right after the coup attempt, the government tried to ban all VPNs, and that ban is still formally in effect. But VPN is not only for people who want to access different information but for businesses. So the ban is not strictly enforced. There are dozens of VPN companies one can easily access. I pay $4 a month," continued Yesilada. Change the domain name, slip the ban DW and VOA Turkish are still available on Twitter and YouTube. Social media platforms are increasingly vital for circumventing bans, and simple tricks are used, like minor changes to domain names, such as adding a number, a method employed by VOA. Turkish web users and providers are engaged in a cat and mouse game with the authorities. A game which, for now, the government appears to be losing. "There will always be a way around it," said Yaman Akdeniz is, a cyber expert and co-founder of Turkey's Freedom Expression society.  "Some anti-government websites or news providers, especially Kurdish media, are constantly changing domain names. And every new website subject to a blocking order, they change the name, so they adapt," added Akdeniz. "If It's not changing domain names, they go on Facebook, they go on Instagram, they go on Twitter, and YouTube, you have to be there." Turkey's media regulator says access to VOA and DW will be restored if they get licenses. But both broadcasters say this could allow the Turkish government to censor content. Such fears are well-founded, says Demirhan of sendika. With presidential and parliamentary elections due by next June and the government trailing far behind in the polls, Demirhan says the crackdown is increasing. We have been blocked 64 times, that's a record, says Demirhan. "They select certain journalists and media outlets on the basis that they are disseminating information that the government doesn't want, and they get punished and blocked," he added. The US and Germany have condemned the blocking of broadcasters. But Ankara insists the rule of law is essential in a democracy. This diplomatic row is one that many in Turkey can still follow on DW and VOA, thanks to cleverly sidestepping the government ban. 

AkademikLink
Koç Üniversitesi'nin Tüm Gerçekleri

AkademikLink

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 15:00


Türkiye 33.müz Deniz Kutucuoğlu ile yaptığımız bu röportajda Koç Üniversitesinden ve diğer üniversitelerle (Boğaziçi Üniversitesi, Bilkent, Galatasaray Üniversitesi, ODTÜ, İTÜ, YTÜ, Hacettepe Üniversitesi, Ankara Üniversitesi, Cerrahpaşa Üniversitesi) olan farklarından bahsettik. Üniversite tercih döneminin yaklaşmasıyla da YKS tercih ve YKS sıralamalarınızda sizlere yardımcı olacak konulardan Koç Üniversitesi'nin taban puanları, Koç Üniversitesi'nin sıralaması, Koç Üniversitesi tıp fakültesi, Koç Üniversitesi bölümleri, Koç Üniversitesi ücretleri ve Koç Üniversitesi Kampüsüyle ilgili soruları cevaplamaya çalıştık.

NTVRadyo
Acı Tatlı Mayhoş - Vişne Bahçesi

NTVRadyo

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 3:42


Vişne deyince Rus öykü ve oyun yazarı Anton Çehov'un Vişne Bahçesi oyununu hatırlamamak mümkün değil. Yazarın 1903 yılında kaleme aldığı oyun bana Ankara'da soğuk karlı kış günlerinde yürüye yürüye gittiğimiz Devlet Tiyatrosu gecelerini hatırlatıyor. Kim bilir belki de o karlı günlerde vişne fikri cazip geldiği için Vişne Bahçesi oyununu hiç unutamıyorum. Eski varlığını kaybeden aile evlerini ve büyük vişne bahçelerini satmak zorundadır. Vişne ağaçları kesilecektir. Oyun boyunca vişneler elden gitmeden eski güzel günlerdeki gibi bir vişneli turta yapmayı konuşup dururlar ama tarifi hatırlayan çıkmaz. Vişne ağaçları son bir kez vişnenin tadına varamadan kesilir. Tarifimiz Alman mutfağından bir Blechkuchen, yani tepsi pastası. Çehov'un oyunundaki gibi vişneler elden gitmeden yapabilirsiniz.

Acı, tatlı, mayhoş
Vişne Bahçesi

Acı, tatlı, mayhoş

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 3:42


Vişne deyince Rus öykü ve oyun yazarı Anton Çehov'un Vişne Bahçesi oyununu hatırlamamak mümkün değil. Yazarın 1903 yılında kaleme aldığı oyun bana Ankara'da soğuk karlı kış günlerinde yürüye yürüye gittiğimiz Devlet Tiyatrosu gecelerini hatırlatıyor. Kim bilir belki de o karlı günlerde vişne fikri cazip geldiği için Vişne Bahçesi oyununu hiç unutamıyorum. Eski varlığını kaybeden aile evlerini ve büyük vişne bahçelerini satmak zorundadır. Vişne ağaçları kesilecektir. Oyun boyunca vişneler elden gitmeden eski güzel günlerdeki gibi bir vişneli turta yapmayı konuşup dururlar ama tarifi hatırlayan çıkmaz. Vişne ağaçları son bir kez vişnenin tadına varamadan kesilir. Tarifimiz Alman mutfağından bir Blechkuchen, yani tepsi pastası. Çehov'un oyunundaki gibi vişneler elden gitmeden yapabilirsiniz.  

The Greek Current
Countering Turkey's escalating provocations against Greece and Cyprus

The Greek Current

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 13:00


Earlier this week Turkey announced that its newest drill ship would set sail August 9th for a drilling operation “in the Mediterranean,” setting the stage for an escalation of tensions should the ship deploy to an area that falls within Greece or Cyprus's EEZs. The announcement comes as Turkey's Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu also upped the ante with Athens again this week, issuing a barrage of heated rhetoric against Greece. Despite the harsh and provocative rhetoric coming out of Ankara and the threat of tensions in the Mediterranean next month, Greece and Cyprus are working to keep tensions low. Endy Zemenides, HALC's Executive Director, joins Thanos Davelis to look at Turkey's increasingly revisionist and aggressive stance vis-a-vis Greece and Cyprus and what steps can be taken to make it clear that Ankara's actions are unacceptable.Read Endy Zemenides' latest interview with The Greek Reporter here: Friend or Foe? How US Perceptions of Turkey Have ShiftedYou can read the articles we discuss on our podcast here:Greece and Cyprus ‘keeping the tone down' in East Med tensionCyprus, Greece, look to EU if Turkey renews gas searchNew barrage of Turkish accusationsGerman envoy says EU rights must be defended at Greek borderGreece: Baerbock calls for investigation into pushbacks at EU bordersSides react ‘as usual' after Council renews UNFICYPSecurity Council extends Unficyp mandate

Daily News Brief by TRT World

*) Türkiye inaugurates Joint Coordination Centre for Ukraine grain exports Türkiye has opened a joint coordination centre for Ukrainian grain exports under an Ankara-brokered deal aimed at resuming shipments halted in the aftermath of Russia's attacks on Ukraine. Turkish Defence Minister Hulusi Akar unveiled the centre in front of reporters at a ceremony held at the National Defence University in Istanbul on Wednesday. The grain deal and the coordination centre will make "significant contributions" to overcoming the food crisis impacting the entire world, he said. *) ​​Russia 'redeploys' troops to south Ukraine, faces Kherson counter-attack Russian forces are conducting a "massive redeployment" of troops to three southern regions, according to a Ukrainian official. The Russian redeployment to the south appears to be a switch to strategic defence from offence, the official said, as Kiev's forces look to recapture Kherson. Meanwhile, Russian-backed forces said they captured the Vuhlehirsk power plant intact, in what was Moscow's first significant gain in more than three weeks. *) Kim Jong-un threatens to use nukes amid tensions with US, South Korea North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has warned he's ready to use his nuclear weapons in potential military conflicts with the United States and South Korea, state media has said. Experts say North Korea will likely intensify its threats against the US and South Korea as the allies prepare to expand summertime military exercises. But while Kim has increasingly threatened his rivals with nuclear weapons, it's unlikely that he would use them first against the superior militaries of the US and its allies, observers say. *) Attacks kill dozens of civilians, soldiers in Mali At least 66 people have been killed in attacks in Mali, according to security sources. A report on the fighting showed 54 dead, including six soldiers, and 25 soldiers wounded in south-central Mali. There were also reports of 12 fatalities in the Nara region near the Mauritanian border. The report said a coordinated response was orchestrated against the attackers, who were routed. The assessment of the attack is still ongoing, according to military authorities. *) Facebook parent Meta's earnings drop, misses expectations Facebook parent company Meta has reported that its quarterly revenue dropped year-over-year for the first time ever, as its profit plunged by more than a third. Meta said revenue in the recently ended quarter ebbed a percent to $28.8 billion when compared to the same period a year ago, missing market expectations. The news reflects a troubled landscape for the social media powerhouse, which is battling the rising phenomenon of TikTok and a turbulent global economy.

World Business Report
US economy shrinks for second quarter in a row

World Business Report

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 26:21


The latest data unofficially marks the start of a recession. Many other countries would class two quarters of decline as a recession, but the US uses different criteria. We get analysis from Sarah House, senior economist at one of America's biggest banks, Wells Fargo. Diageo is one of the world's biggest drinks firms, and it published its latest results today. The company grew both sales and profits. We speak to CEO Ivan Menezes and ask how Diageo is beating the cost of living crunch. Inflation in Turkey could reach an eye-watering 90% this autumn, according to the country's central bank. What does that mean for business owners, and what can they do? We get the views of Ozer Bener, who runs a manufacturing firm in Ankara, and Arev Sebechi, who runs a clothing firm. And as the 22nd Commonwealth Games kick off tonight with the opening ceremony at Birmingham's Alexander Stadium, we get a sense of the atmosphere there from the BBC's Rob Mayor, who's at the festival site in the heart of the city centre in Victoria Square.

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Karolina Wanda Olszowska – historyk, turkolog/ Popołudnie Wnet/ 27.07.2022 r.

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Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 17:16


Karolina Wanda Olszowska o działaniach Turcji wobec wojny na Ukrainie, gdzie Ankara usiłuje odgrywać rolę negocjatora, wciąż możliwym zablokowaniu akcesji Szwecji i Finlandii do NATO, oraz o możliwej ofensywie w Syrii. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/radiownet/message

Daily News Brief by TRT World

*) Erdogan: Participants of Ukraine grain deal must respect pact Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has called on the signatories of an Ankara-brokered deal aimed at unblocking Ukrainian grain exports through the Black Sea to respect the pact. Erdogan said he expected everyone to act in accordance with their responsibilities. His remark came after a Russian attack on the port of Odessa sparked fresh concerns. Last week, Türkiye, the UN, Russia and Ukraine signed the landmark agreement. In his interview to Türkiye's public broadcaster TRT, Erdogan said failure on the deal would work against all. *) Pope apologises for 'evil' against Canada's Indigenous people Pope Francis has apologised for the "evil" inflicted on the Indigenous peoples of Canada on a visit focused on addressing decades of abuse at Catholic-run residential schools. The 85-year-old pontiff said he also begs forgiveness for "cultural destruction" and the "physical, verbal, psychological and spiritual abuse" of children over decades. The plea was made before a crowd of Indigenous peoples in western Alberta province. *) Saied's supporters celebrate as Tunisians back constitution Tunisian President Kais Saied's supporters are celebrating the almost certain victory of the "yes" vote in a referendum on a new constitution that strengthens the powers of the head of state. The referendum saw about 27.5 percent of 9.3 million registered voters cast ballots. An overwhelming 92-93 percent of those who voted supported the new constitution. The vote was held a year to the day after Saied sacked the government and froze parliament in what rivals call a coup. *) Satellite operators Eutelsat, OneWeb agree to merge French and British satellite operators Eutelsat and OneWeb have announced plans to merge and create a "global champion" in broadband internet, rivalling US giants such as Elon Musk's Starlink. Eutelsat will combine its 36-strong fleet of geostationary Earth orbit satellites with OneWeb's constellation of 648 low Earth orbit satellites to create what they called a powerful player. Satellite broadband promises to bring coverage to the most remote areas of the planet by doing away with the need for antennas and other infrastructure. *) US to plant 1B trees amid climate crisis challenges The Biden administration has said it will plant more than one billion trees across millions of acres of burned and dead woodlands in the US West. The move comes at a time when officials are struggling to counter the increasing toll on the nation's forests from wildfires, insects and other manifestations of the climate crisis. The US Agriculture Department said it will have to quadruple the number of tree seedlings produced by nurseries to get through the backlog and meet future needs.

Revue de presse française
À la Une: Un accord pour débloquer les céréales ukrainiennes

Revue de presse française

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2022 4:54


Après des discussions encadrées par l'ONU, des représentants russe et ukrainien ont signé, le 22 juillet, en Turquie, les accords qui devraient permettre de sortir le blé ukrainien bloqué depuis six mois dans les ports de la mer Noire. Et cela bien sûr en raison de la guerre. Le Monde explique que « non seulement les exportations de céréales ukrainiennes vont pouvoir être relancées mais aussi celles de blé et d'engrais russes. Ces dernières étaient freinées par les sanctions occidentales, financières surtout. En contrepartie du déblocage des ports ukrainiens, la Russie a obtenu un certain assouplissement des sanctions ». Le Monde poursuit : « La cérémonie de signature a eu lieu hier après-midi en présence du secrétaire général de l'ONU, Antonio Guterres, et du président turc. Recep Tayyip Erdogan qui a joué un rôle central dans la négociation de l'accord et dont l'armée aidera à l'inspection des navires commerciaux. » L'ONU évoque « une lueur d'espoir sur la mer Noire ». Des textes signés séparément « Le ministre russe de la Défense et le ministre ukrainien des Infrastructures ont pris soin de s'éviter », rapporte Le Monde. « Refusant de s'asseoir à la même table, ils ont paraphé, chacun de leur côté, des accords identiques mais séparés avec les Nations unies et Ankara. Quand la délégation russe est entrée dans la pièce prévue pour la signature, la présence de l'oligarque Roman Abramovitch, proche du Kremlin, a été remarquée. » Cet accord, en tout cas, est valable quatre mois, le temps de faire sortir les 25 millions de tonnes de blé coincées dans les silos ukrainiens. Et le plus difficile reste à faire. « L'Ukraine va devoir déminer les couloirs maritimes, trouver des navires pour acheminer son blé et convaincre les assureurs de bien vouloir couvrir les opérations. Et au final, le succès du plan dépend surtout du respect par Moscou des garanties de sécurité données. Kiev se demande si le président Vladimir Poutine respectera sa part du marché, au moment où son armée bombarde sans relâche le territoire ukrainien. » En France, les soignants non vaccinés ne seront pas réintégrés « La Haute autorité de santé a tranché » : il faut continuer à obliger les professionnels de santé à se faire vacciner contre le Covid-19. La Haute autorité met en avant le grand nombre de contaminations en France, assure Libération. Et le gouvernement suit son avis, comme l'a confirmé dans la foulée le ministre de la Santé, François Braun, qui recevra les syndicats en début de semaine prochaine. « Depuis le 15 septembre, les personnels soignants et non soignants qui exercent à l'hôpital ou en Ehpad sont soumis à une obligation vaccinale contre le Covid-19. En cas de refus, ils sont suspendus sans rémunération. Depuis quelques semaines, leur réintégration est un sujet de crispation dans les sphères politique et médicale, même si les personnes suspendues ne représentent qu'une infime fraction du personnel. » Selon le ministre de la Santé, il n'y a que 12 000 personnes non vaccinées suspendues. En clair, ce n'est pas leur réintégration qui permettra de pallier le manque de personnel. Certains médecins assurent que « plus rien, sur le plan épidémiologique, ne justifie la poursuite de la suspension des non vaccinés ». Les personnels concernés ont mal vécu cette mise à pied, raconte Libération : « J'ai été chassée comme un chien, puis insultée, dénigrée par le corps politique », témoigne Caroline, infirmière en psychiatrie à Nantes. Elle n'est pas anti-vax, mais aurait souhaité du temps, dit-elle, pour l'évaluation du vaccin. Elle travaille aujourd'hui pour une plateforme téléphonique. Les Tunisiens appelés aux urnes le 25 juillet pour un référendum C'est un référendum voulu par le président Kaïs Saied et qui vise à étendre ses pouvoirs. « Appelés à se prononcer sur le projet de nouvelle Constitution voulu et défini par le chef de l'État, les Tunisiens ne devraient pas se rendre en nombre aux urnes », anticipe Le Figaro. Les partis d'opposition appellent à voter « non » ou à boycotter le scrutin. Les militants favorables à Kaïs Saied soutiennent « le nouveau texte consacrant un régime présidentiel fort, pour remplacer la Constitution de 2014 et son régime parlementaire défaillant ». En ligne de mire, le parti Ennahdha, considéré comme responsable de la crise économique et politique sans précédent... « Ayant soutenu de façon plus ou moins active tous les gouvernements qui se sont succédé depuis la révolution de 2011, les islamistes sont devenus les boucs émissaires. » Mais pour Libération, « la probable victoire du oui ferait basculer le pays dans un régime autocratique religieux, au détriment des pouvoirs législatif et judiciaire. Le chef de l'État ne pourra pas être destitué, le président pourra également déposer des projets de lois et dissoudre l'Assemblée des Représentants du peuple ». Le politologue Hamadi Redissi, pointe « une dérive identitaire avec l'article 5 qui inscrit les finalités de l'islam comme base de l'État... une porte ouverte à n'importe quel type d'État religieux ».

Strait Talk
Footage Shows Greece Aggressively Pushing Back Migrants Into Turkish Waters

Strait Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 11:09


Dramatic new footage is showing how the Greek Coast Guard is pushing migrants back in the Aegean sea towards Turkish waters. Ankara condemned the move by Greece, saying the most recent pushback also violated Türkiye's territorial waters. The actions by Greece are the latest in a string of incidents, that have severely strained ties between the two neighbours. Earlier this month, the European Commission gave a stern warning to Athens, saying it must stop the violent and illegal pushback of migrants. So we ask how this latest incident will harm already tense relations between Ankara and Athens. Guests: Zuhal Mert Uzuner Associate Professor at Marmara University Steven Horrell Senior Fellow at Center for European Policy Analysis

Daily News Brief by TRT World

*) Ukraine grain exports deal set to be signed in Türkiye An agreement to restart grain shipments from Ukraine is set to be signed in Istanbul — a move that could ease a global food crisis that has sent wheat and other grain prices soaring. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and UN chief Antonio Guterres will attend the ceremony, where officials from Russia and Ukraine will be present. Ankara and the UN have been working on a plan to export grain stuck in Ukraine's Black Sea ports due to the conflict between Kiev and Moscow. *) Sri Lanka gets new PM as security forces clear key protest site Senior Sri Lankan lawmaker Dinesh Gunawardena has been sworn in as the crisis-hit country's new prime minister. Seen as an ally of the Rajapaksa family, his appointment came hours after security forces cleared a protest site occupied by demonstrators angry at the Rajapaksas over a dire economic crisis. The 73-year-old Gunawardena is a school classmate of new President Ranil Wickremesinghe, who was elected by lawmakers and sworn into office earlier this week. *) Israel's Supreme Court rules 'disloyal' citizens can be stripped of status Israel's Supreme Court has ruled that the state can revoke the citizenship of people who are involved in actions such as terrorism, espionage or treason. Thursday's ruling came after separate appeals in the cases of two Palestinian citizens of Israel. The court denied the removal of their citizenship, but said the practice itself was constitutional. It said the interior minister would have to grant permanent residency in such cases. Palestinian rights activists fear the law could be used "against Palestinian citizens of Israel". *) US Capitol riot probe slams Trump inaction, urges accountability A House panel probing the assault on the US Capitol laid out a searing indictment of Donald Trump's refusal to halt or condemn the violence and insisted he should be held accountable. Committee chairperson Bennie Thompson, speaking at the televised finale of a series of public hearings, said Trump "recklessly blazed a path of lawlessness and corruption" as he sought to overturn the results of the 2020 US election. Trump was “the only person in the world who could call off the mob” that stormed the US Capitol on January 6, 2021, but he refused to do so for several hours, Thompson said. *) Conservationists: Tiger numbers rising, monarch butterflies near extinction There are 40 percent more tigers in the wild than previously thought, but they remain an endangered species, according to the International Union for Conservation of Nature. The jump in numbers is due to improved monitoring, with a maximum of 5,578 tigers on the prowl, IUCN says. Habitat protection projects showed that "recovery is possible". The reassessment came as the IUCN updated its Red List of Threatened Species.The monarch butterfly is now classified as an endangered species due to climate crisis and habitat destruction.

Medyascope.tv Podcast
Açık Oturum: Ankara'nın Suriye ve Irak planları ve gerçekler – Faruk Loğoğlu ve İlhan Uzgel değerlendiriyor

Medyascope.tv Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 54:00


Açık Oturum'da bu hafta Gülçin Karabağ'ın konukları emekli Büyükelçi Faruk Loğoğlu ve uluslararası ilişkiler uzmanı Prof. Dr. İlhan Uzgel. Yayını izleyebilirsiniz: bit.ly/3B7j0G9

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Marcin Krzyżanowski – dyplomata, Uniwersytet Jagielloński/Poranek Wnet/21.07.2022 r./

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Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 16:25


Marcin Krzyżanowski zauważa, że Joe Biden wyruszył na Bliski Wschód w bardzo trudnych okolicznościach. Amerykańskiemu prezydentowi udało się wyjść obronną ręką. Ekspert zauważa, że Iran po wyjściu z porozumienia nuklearnego dokonał zwrotu na wschód. Republika Islamska organizując szczyt w Teheranie pokazała, że nie jest pariasem polityki międzynarodowej. Krzyżanowski zauważa, że Rosja i Iran są konkurentami na rynku węglowodorów. Ich współpraca będzie, jak ocenia, ograniczona. Rozmówca Łukasza Jankowskiego zauważa, że Turcja jako państwo bliskowschodnie realizuje swoją własną agendę. Wskazuje, że Ankara stawia na działania, a nie deklaracje. Erdoğanowi nie udało się przy tym wiele ustalić w Teheranie ws. Syrii. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/radiownet/message

Strait Talk
Iran Hosts Turkiye and Russia For Trilateral Summit on Syria

Strait Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 12:16


The last time the leaders of Turkiye, Russia and Iran met in person, it was a very different world. There was no global pandemic and the conflict in Ukraine was years away. Now, the three presidents have met to discuss a long-running issue that has been largely forgotten, how to end Syria's 11 year-long civil war. Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan arrived in Tehran where he met his Iranian counterpart Ebrahim Raisi to discuss a series of bilateral issues. He was followed by Russian President Vladimir Putin, who is on his second trip abroad since ordering an attack on Ukraine back in late February. The three leaders touched on the security situation in Syria's northwest province of Idlib, the delivery of humanitarian aid, and the threat of terrorism. The talks came as Turkiye stepped up plans for a possible operation into northern Syria, to clear the YPG terror group from its borders. So can the three leaders hatch out a new deal? And will the conflict in Ukraine affect the delicate balance Ankara and Moscow has maintained in Syria? Guests: Ahmet Keser Associate Professor at Hasan Kalyoncu University Navvar Saban Security Analyst

Anadolu'nun Şifacı Kadınları
Shakti Banu Metya - (Spiritüel Eğitmen)

Anadolu'nun Şifacı Kadınları

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 69:10


Anadolu'nun Şifacı Kadınları'nı konuk ettiğim podcastin bu haftaki konuğu Shakti Banu Metya. 1975 Ankara doğumlu olan Banu, İtalyan Dili ve Edebiyatı okudu. Uzun yıllar kurumsal şirketlerde çalıştı. Ardından hayatında önemli kırılma noktaları yaşadı. Yolculuğunu ve yaptığı çalışmaları konuştuğumuz Banu'nun çalışmalarını ve paylaşımlarını https://www.instagram.com/buyuluormann/ Instagram adresinden takip edebilirsiniz. Keyifli dinlemeler :)

C dans l'air
TURQUIE, IRAN : POUTINE SOIGNE SES AMIS – 19/07/2022

C dans l'air

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 66:27


Turquie, Iran : Poutine soigne ses amis LES INVITÉ.ES : - Pascal BONIFACE - Directeur de l'IRIS, l'Institut de Relations internationales et stratégiques, auteur de La géopolitique, tout simplement, publié chez Eyrolles - Elsa VIDAL - Rédactrice en chef de la rédaction en langue russe de « RFI » - Rym MOMTAZ - Chercheuse en politique étrangère et de défense à l'International Institute for Strategic Studies - Jean-Dominique MERCHET - journaliste à « l'Opinion », spécialiste des questions de Défense et Diplomatie Alors que l'armée russe intensifie ses bombardements dans le Donbass, Poutine continue d'avancer ses pions sur la scène internationale. Après avoir conforté son alliance avec la Chine de Xi Jinping, le maître du Kremlin est à Téhéran ce mardi 19 juillet. Une visite chez son allié iranien pour rencontrer les dirigeants de la République islamique et participer à un sommet tripartite sur la Syrie avec le président turc, Recep Tayip Erdogan. Mais une autre guerre est aussi sur la table des discussions : l'Ukraine. Le président russe et son homologue turc devraient notamment évoquer la question des céréales ukrainiennes. Des négociations impliquant Moscou, Kiev, Ankara et l'ONU doivent avoir lieu aussi dans les jours à venir en Turquie, après des avancées dans les pourparlers le 13 juillet. Celles-ci visent à faire sortir par la mer Noire quelque 20 millions de tonnes de céréales bloquées dans des silos ukrainiens à cause de l'attaque menée par la Russie en Ukraine. Avec ce déplacement, Vladimir Poutine cherche également à développer des partenariats économiques loin de l'Occident. La Russie et l'Iran, soumis à de fortes sanctions par les puissances occidentales, entendent ainsi renforcer leurs liens économiques. Le commerce entre les deux pays a d'ailleurs déjà augmenté de 81 % l'an dernier pour atteindre un niveau record de 3,3 milliards de dollars. Mais il y aurait un autre enjeu dans ce sommet, selon les États-Unis : l'achat à l'Iran de centaines de drones par la Russie. L'information a été démentie par Téhéran mais nombre d'experts la juge crédible, l'Iran disposant d'une technologie qui fait défaut à la Russie. De son côté le président américain vient de terminer une tournée diplomatique de quatre jours, l'ayant conduit entre le 13 et le 16 juillet en Israël, en Cisjordanie et en Arabie saoudite. Un dernier déplacement controversé durant lequel il a tenté de réaffirmer l'influence des Etats-Unis au Moyen-Orient promettant que son pays « ne se détournerait pas » de la région en laissant « un vide que pourraient remplir la Chine, la Russie ou l'Iran ». Mais parmi tous les sujets, c'est surtout sa rencontre avec le prince héritier saoudien Mohammed ben Salmane qui a retenu l'attention. Désigné par la CIA comme l'ordonnateur de la liquidation du journaliste Jamal Khashoggi, MBS n'est désormais plus ostracisé mais courtisé par les puissances occidentales qui souhaiteraient une augmentation de la production de pétrole. Ce que ce dernier refuse pour l'instant. Car la question de l'énergie est devenue centrale, en particulier en Europe où les pays cherchent à nouer de nouvelles alliances énergétiques pour remplir leurs stocks avant l'hiver, notamment avec l'Azerbaïdjan. Mais l'inquiétude monte face aux coupures de la Russie et ce alors que plusieurs pays comme la Grande-Bretagne et l'Italie traversent une crise politique sur fond de forte inflation et de flambée des prix des carburants, du gaz et de l'électricité. Dans ce contexte le chef de la diplomatie européenne, Josep Borrell, a appelé hier les Européens à poursuivre les sanctions contre Moscou et à « tenir le coup » face à la hausse des prix de l'énergie et de l'alimentation, conséquences de la guerre en Ukraine. « C'est un test de résistance pour nos sociétés. Je suis sûr que [le président russe Vladimir] Poutine compte sur la fatigue des démocraties. Je suis sûr qu'il croit que les démocraties sont faibles. Les sociétés européennes ne peuvent pas se permettre d'être fatiguées », a-t-il déclaré. Alors quels sont les enjeux du sommet de Téhéran entre la Russie, l'Iran et la Turquie ? La guerre en Ukraine est-elle en train de renforcer l'axe Moscou-Pékin-Téhéran ? Les États-Unis ont-ils perdu la main au Moyen-Orient ? Comment la France et ses voisins européens se préparent-ils à une pénurie de gaz ? Enfin pourquoi Vladimir Zelensky fait-il le ménage dans son entourage ? DIFFUSION : du lundi au samedi à 17h45 FORMAT : 65 minutes PRÉSENTATION : Caroline Roux - Axel de Tarlé REDIFFUSION : du lundi au vendredi vers 23h40 RÉALISATION : Nicolas Ferraro, Bruno Piney, Franck Broqua, Alexandre Langeard, Corentin Son PRODUCTION : France Télévisions / Maximal Productions Retrouvez C DANS L'AIR sur internet & les réseaux : INTERNET : francetv.fr FACEBOOK : https://www.facebook.com/Cdanslairf5 TWITTER : https://twitter.com/cdanslair INSTAGRAM : https://www.instagram.com/cdanslair/

unCUT - The Makers' Podcast
64. Sew Ankara Fabric ft. Lena King

unCUT - The Makers' Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 33:48 Very Popular


In this episode, the ladies welcome back Lena King to geek out on all things African Wax fabrics also known as Ankara Fabrics. Please visit the unCUT website, www.uncutpodcast.com for links and the show notes. This is unCUT, the Makers' Podcast, where we discuss all things crafts and our experiences with being creative. Please subscribe, rate and review on iTunes. Follow us on social media https://www.instagram.com/uncutpodcast_/ Email: hello.uncutpodcast@gmail.com ** Email any topics, situations, questions you'd like us to consider discussing on the podcast using #craftinguncut as the subject.

Hidden Forces
Turkish-Greek Relations & Battle Over the Eastern Mediterranean | Ryan Gingeras

Hidden Forces

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 61:46 Very Popular


In Episode 259 of Hidden Forces, Demetri Kofinas speaks with Ryan Gingeras, a professor in the Department of National Security Affairs at the Naval Postgraduate School and an expert on Turkish, Balkan, and Middle East history. Gingeras has authored six books on Turkish history and culture, including his forthcoming, “The Last Days of the Ottoman Empire,” which is scheduled for release by Penguin in October 2022. In recent years, Turkey has become an X-factor of sorts in global politics. Its president, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, has attracted the ire of liberal-minded politicians and his transactional political style has raised questions about Turkey's dependability as a NATO ally and about its long-term commitment to the rules-based international order. This is obviously a concern for the United States and NATO, but there is perhaps no country for whom Turkey's long-term orientation Westward carries more existential importance than Greece, which has been on the receiving end of escalating Turkish provocations and territorial violations of its internationally recognized maritime borders and airspace. This comes during a time when Turkish cooperation within NATO itself has become a bargaining chip of sorts that Ankara has used to further its own strategic objectives, as seen most recently in negations over Finish and Swedish membership. This conversation has two primary objectives. The first is to give you an understanding of the historical, political, and geostrategic forces responsible for driving Turkish foreign policy today, including the intellectual foundations for its more assertive, revanchist, and perhaps even expansionist ambitions—concepts and doctrines such as “strategic depth” and Mavi Vatan or “Blue Homeland,” which inform and explain much of Turkey's policy in the broader Middle East, Africa, and the Aegean. The second objective is to expose you to how the Middle East, Europe, and North Africa could evolve territorially in a world without NATO or where the post-WWII liberal international order continues to degrade or comes apart entirely. While this has more immediate implications for Greece, it also risks altering the larger territorial landscape of Eurasia in ways that most people would have found unimaginable at the beginning of the 21st century. What this could mean for citizens in these territories, for the politicians responsible for making policy within the various countries affected, and for investors and businesses looking to put capital to work in them cannot be understated. You can access the full episode, transcript, and intelligence report to this week's conversation by going directly to the episode page at HiddenForces.io and clicking on "premium extras." All subscribers gain access to our premium feed, which can be easily added to your favorite podcast application. If you enjoyed listening to today's episode of Hidden Forces you can help support the show by doing the following: Subscribe on Apple Podcasts | YouTube | Spotify | Stitcher | SoundCloud | CastBox | RSS Feed Write us a review on Apple Podcasts & Spotify Subscribe to our mailing list at https://hiddenforces.io/newsletter/ Producer & Host: Demetri Kofinas Editor & Engineer: Stylianos Nicolaou Subscribe & Support the Podcast at https://hiddenforces.io Join the conversation on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter at @hiddenforcespod Follow Demetri on Twitter at @Kofinas Episode Recorded on 07/05/2022

Series Podcast: This Way Out
Affirming Friendship & Griner's Letter

Series Podcast: This Way Out

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 28:58


A queer teen reveals the importance of their bond with a transgender friend whose family is oppressively unsupportive (an OutCasting Overtime commentary by Carys, produced by Marc Sophos). Brittney Griner reaches U.S. President Joe Biden on a personal level when her wife Cherelle's efforts fail to get a response from the administration about the WNBA star's imprisonment in Russia. And in NewsWrap: Slovenia's Constitutional Court grants immediate marriage equality and adoption rights to same-gender couples, the High Court of Antigua and Barbuda overturns laws banning male-to-male and other sexual activities, Iran executes another gay man, Nigerian activists try to intervene in the stoning sentence levied against three gay men, Singapore's law against sex between men is not being enforced, Turkish riot police break up Ankara's Pride effort, Ireland's Panti Bliss schools a rightwing protester at Drag Queen Story Hour, and Berlin mosque unfurls the rainbow flag, and more international LGBTQ news reported this week by Sarah Montague and Marcos Najera (produced by Brian DeShazor). All this on the July 11, 2022 edition of This Way Out! Join our family of listener-donors today at http://thiswayout.org/donate/

Medyascope.tv Podcast
AİHM, Osman Kavala hakkındaki kararını 11 Temmuz'da açıklayacak – Türkiye'yi ne bekliyor?

Medyascope.tv Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 10, 2022 31:05


Editör: Buket Topaktaş Avrupa İnsan Hakları Mahkemesi (AİHM) Büyük Dairesi, Avrupa Konseyi Bakanlar Komitesi'nin iş insanı Osman Kavala davasında Türkiye'ye karşı başlattığı ihlal prosedürünü hakkında Ankara'nın kendilerine ilettiği dosya ile ilgili kararını yarın (11 Temmuz) açıklayacak. Yerel saat ile 11.00'de başlayacak oturum Strazburg'daki İnsan Hakları Binası'nda düzenlenecek. Haber Hafta Sonu'nda bu akşam avukat Benan Molu kararın anlamını, AİHM'den “Türkiye, Avrupa İnsan Hakları Sözleşmesi'ni ihlal etmiştir” yönünde bir karar gelmesi halinde neler olacağını değerlendirdi. Yayını izleyebilirsiniz: bit.ly/3AK3znb

Medyascope.tv Podcast
Gökkuşağı Bülteni: Ankara LGBTİ+ Onur Yürüyüşü, Hormona Erişim Kampanyası

Medyascope.tv Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2022 33:40


Medyascope'un LGBTİ+'ların gündemini ekrana taşıdığı “Gökkuşağı Bülteni”nde bu hafta, Aslı Alpar ile Ankara LGBTİ+ Onur Yürüyüşü'nü, Merih ve Efrin ile Hormona Erişim Kampanyası'nı konuştuk. Editör: Edanur Tanış / Katkı sağlayanlar: Rona Şenol, Elif Su Sara Balıkçı Prodüktör: Özgün Özgül Yayını izleyebilirsiniz: bit.ly/3uBcFhW

The Greek Current
Turkey's 'hostage diplomacy' and Washington's 'Stockholm Syndrome'

The Greek Current

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 14:56


The US-Turkey relationship has been characterized by a steady attempt at “hostage diplomacy” on the part of Ankara, and its veto over Sweden and Finland's NATO membership bids is the latest example. One devastating effect of this consistent use of “hostage diplomacy”, as HALC's Executive Director Endy Zemenides argues in his latest piece in Kathimerini, is that the US government has developed Stockholm syndrome, allowing Turkey to escape serious consequences for a whole host of transgressions. Endy Zemenides joins Thanos Davelis to break down Ankara's hostage diplomacy and look at how the US can break out of its Stockholm Syndrome.Read Endy Zemenides' latest piece in Kathimerini here: Washington's Stockholm syndromeYou can read the articles we discuss on our podcast here:Greece can cope with possible Russian gas disruptions thanks to LNG - ministerPreparing for winter without Russian gasUS lawmakers table amendment to block sale of F-16s to Turkey