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UPA STRATEGIC AFFAIRS DERGİSİNİN İKİNCİ CİLT İLK SAYISI YAYIMLANDI

UPA STRATEGIC AFFAIRS DERGİSİNİN İKİNCİ CİLT İLK SAYISI YAYIMLANDI

upa-admin Mart 18, 2021 0

Uluslararası Politika Akademisi (UPA) ekibince hazırlanan ve yayın hayatına yeni başlayan UPA Strategic Affairs adlı uluslararası hakemli akademik e-derginin ikinci cilt bir nolu sayısı yayımlandı. Birçok Türk ve yabancı akademisyenin editör, hakem ve yazar olarak

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NAGORNO-KARABAKH AND FOREIGN POLICY OF SUPERPOWERS: A NEW CROSSROADS?

NAGORNO-KARABAKH AND FOREIGN POLICY OF SUPERPOWERS: A NEW CROSSROADS?

upa-admin Şubat 6, 2017 0

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov’s remarks on the Armenia-Azerbaijan Nagorno-Karabakh conflict made on January 17 has provoked mixed reactions. Azerbaijan remained discreet. Some Russian and Armenian media outlets launched a propaganda campaign, alleging that

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THE SOUTH CAUCASUS: NEW CHANCE FOR REGIONAL STABILITY

THE SOUTH CAUCASUS: NEW CHANCE FOR REGIONAL STABILITY

upa-admin Şubat 24, 2015 0

It is no secret that on the global scale, there are ongoing complex and fluid processes. Unfolding conflicts in certain parts of the world imperil the formation of a security system in general, especially

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RECOGNITION OF ENCLAVES BY RUSSIA: WHY SOUTH OSSETIA AND ABKHAZIA NOT NAGORNO-KARABAKH?

RECOGNITION OF ENCLAVES BY RUSSIA: WHY SOUTH OSSETIA AND ABKHAZIA NOT NAGORNO-KARABAKH?

upa-admin Aralık 30, 2014 0

Russian Federation officially recognized South Ossetia and Abkhazia as an independent states on 29 August 2008 after abstaining itself from recognition of this Georgian enclaves for about 17 years. Suddenness of this decision surprised

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UKRAINE: THE STRUGGLE OF SUPERPOWERS AND DANGEROUS SCENARIOS

UKRAINE: THE STRUGGLE OF SUPERPOWERS AND DANGEROUS SCENARIOS

upa-admin Mart 24, 2014 0

One of the largest countries in Eastern Europe, Ukraine, is now experiencing hard times, with reports putting the country on the brink of chaos. The West and Russia are sensitive about what is happening

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AZERBAIJAN, TURKMENISTAN AND KAZAKHSTAN: THE THREE PROMISING HYDROCARBON STATES OF THE CASPIAN REGION

AZERBAIJAN, TURKMENISTAN AND KAZAKHSTAN: THE THREE PROMISING HYDROCARBON STATES OF THE CASPIAN REGION

upa-admin Temmuz 29, 2013 0

Azerbaijan: A Brief Information of the Country’s Energy Policy As a land­locked energy exporter, Azerbai­jan’s oil export infrastructure crosses neighboring states before accessing world markets.[1] Baku’s preference of an east-west route through Georgia and

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