2020 POLISH PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS IN THE SHADOW OF COVID-19 PANDEMIC
In the second round of presidential election in Poland (July, 12 2020) actual Polish president Andrzej Duda has been reelected after defeating liberal Warsaw Mayor Rafał Trzaskowski. The National Electoral Commission (PKW) has announced nearlyRead More »
EU’S POLICY TOWARDS MIGRATION CRISIS AT TURKISH BORDER 2020
It will be four years soon from the conclusion of the migration agreement between the European Union and Turkey. After an air attack on the Idlib region in north-western Syria by the troops ofRead More »
THREE PROBLEMS FACING EU: RISKS ARE GROWING
Given its potential and role in global geopolitical processes, the European Union is considered a “superpower”. Some members of the organizations are the world’s most developed countries. Four of the G7 states are membersRead More »
INTERVIEW WITH THE SECRETARY OF STATE WITHIN THE MINISTRY OF ENERGY OF ROMANIA MR. IULIAN-ROBERT TUDORACHE
H. Cigdem Yorgancioglu: In Romania, the government, through the Ministry of Energy, has engaged in the drafting of a long-term National Energy Strategy which is supposed to be released by the end of 2016. WhatRead More »
THE CONGRESS OF VIENNA: AN ATTEMPT FOR THE BALANCE OF POWER OR COMPOSITION OF A NEW HEGEMONY?
“In the intercourse between nations we are apt to rely too much on the instrumental part… men are not tied together by paper and seals” – Edmund Burke The Congress of Vienna holds oneRead More »
RESURRECTION OF NABUCCO PIPELINE: REAL OR MYTH?
The energy history of East-West energy corridor has not started with Nabucco, but Nabucco was considered a crown-jewel of the Southern Gas Corridor. Nabucco Consortium was established with Ankara Agreement in 2009 by Turkey, Romania, Bulgaria,Read More »
GAS POLICY OF GREECE UNDER NEW GOVERNMENT: RUSSIA, TURKISH STREAM AND DIVERSIFICATION
Russia and Turkish Stream After the collapse of the USSR, Russia’s new political elite of early 1990s emerged with its liberal orientation, Euro-Atlantic integration aspirations and opposition to supporting anti-western governments. Whereas, Russia afterRead More »