In the early part of twentieth century, Balkan States decided to wage war on Ottoman Empire with an eye to expand their territory. Within this scope the Allied States proceeded near Istanbul, taking advantage of the Ottoman Empire’s not being prepared for war. The Great Powers, however, decided to take an intermediary role, regarding that the tension in Balkan Region would result in a conflict of interest among themselves. The western press also needed to keep a tab on the circumstances on a daily basis because of the possibility of the war’s spreading out to great powers. As the news announced to the public were mostly of London origin, sufferings of the Balkan Turks could not be brought forward in detail. In this work, the political and military dimensions of the Balkan Wars and how they were approached by American press will be studied through the prominent newspapers of the period.