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ENERGY GEOPOLITICS IN THE EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN: COOPERATION, COMPETITION, AND THE CHALLENGES THE NEW DEALS FACED

ENERGY GEOPOLITICS IN THE EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN: COOPERATION, COMPETITION, AND THE CHALLENGES THE NEW DEALS FACED

upa-admin Mart 10, 2020 0

Two recent deals signed by the states in the Eastern Mediterranean have taken our attention once again to ask “what is happenning in the energy geopolitics of the region?” Who cooperates with whom? Who

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2020 TRNC PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION

2020 TRNC PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION

upa-admin Mart 4, 2020 0

Introduction Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC), the country of Turkish Cypriots that was established in 1983 and so far recognized only by Turkey, will have the first round of its 10th Presidential election

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INTERVIEW WITH DR. NIKOS CHRISTOFIS ON CURRENT ISSUES IN GREEK POLITICS AND GREEK–TURKISH RELATIONS

INTERVIEW WITH DR. NIKOS CHRISTOFIS ON CURRENT ISSUES IN GREEK POLITICS AND GREEK–TURKISH RELATIONS

upa-admin Aralık 20, 2019 0

Dr. Nikos Christofis is Associate Professor at the Center for Turkish Studies and the School of History and Civilizations at Shaanxi Normal University in Xi’an, China. He is also an affiliate researcher at the

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NEW POLITICAL PARTY INITIATIVES IN TURKEY

NEW POLITICAL PARTY INITIATIVES IN TURKEY

upa-admin Temmuz 10, 2019 0

As Turkey’s economic problems deepen with the ongoing recession and the volatility in Turkish lira[1], dissatisfaction with the current political system increases both at the mass and political elite levels in the country. After

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INTERVIEW WITH JOSHUA WALKER ON CURRENT STATE OF TURKISH-AMERICAN RELATIONS

INTERVIEW WITH JOSHUA WALKER ON CURRENT STATE OF TURKISH-AMERICAN RELATIONS

upa-admin Ocak 18, 2019 0

Joshua Walker is the Global Head of Strategic Initiatives at Eurasia Group and a non-resident Transatlantic Fellow for German Marshall Fund.[1] He is an expert on US Foreign and Security Policy, Turkish Politics, Japanese

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UPA YAZARLARI SİNA KISACIK VE FURKAN KAYA, BAKÜ’DE DÜZENLENEN 2. ULUSLARARASI SOSYAL BİLİMLER ARAŞTIRMA KONGRESİ’NE KATILDILAR

UPA YAZARLARI SİNA KISACIK VE FURKAN KAYA, BAKÜ’DE DÜZENLENEN 2. ULUSLARARASI SOSYAL BİLİMLER ARAŞTIRMA KONGRESİ’NE KATILDILAR

upa-admin Ekim 26, 2017 0

Uluslararası Politika Akademisi (UPA) yazarları Dr. Sina Kısacık ve Dr. Furkan Kaya, Azerbaycan’ın başkenti Bakü’de 19-21 Ekim tarihleri arasında Bakü Avrasya Üniversitesi, Denizli Pamukkale Üniversitesi, Uşak Üniversitesi ve Anadolu Kültürel Araştırmalar Dergisi tarafından gerçekleştirilen

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FINAL ROUND OF CYPRUS UNIFICATION TALKS

FINAL ROUND OF CYPRUS UNIFICATION TALKS

upa-admin Haziran 30, 2017 0

Final round of unification talks between Greek Cypriot leader Nicos Anastasiades and Turkish Cypriot leader Mustafa Akıncı started Wednesday at Swiss Alps in Crans-Montana. Many experts see this meeting as the last chance of

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UPA YAZARLARI SİNA KISACIK VE FURKAN KAYA’DAN TÜRKİYE’NİN ENERJİ POLİTİKASI ALANINDA YENİ BİR BİLDİRİ

UPA YAZARLARI SİNA KISACIK VE FURKAN KAYA’DAN TÜRKİYE’NİN ENERJİ POLİTİKASI ALANINDA YENİ BİR BİLDİRİ

upa-admin Mayıs 16, 2017 0

Uluslararası Politika Akademisi (UPA) düzenli yazarlarından Sina Kısacık ve Furkan Kaya, Marmara Üniversitesi Siyasal Bilgiler Fakültesi ve BİLGESAM tarafından 12-13 Aralık 2016 tarihleri arasında Marmara Üniversitesi’nin Anadolu Hisarı Kampüsü’nde düzenlenen “V. Blue Black Sea

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A NEW CHAPTER IN TURKISH FOREIGN POLICY

A NEW CHAPTER IN TURKISH FOREIGN POLICY

upa-admin Haziran 28, 2016 0

Turkish and international analysts express their views on the recent activism in Turkish foreign policy in last few days. With the Rome Consensus on June 27, 2016, Turkey and Israel signed a protocol to

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TURKEY WILL HAVE A PM CHANGE ON MAY 22, 2016

TURKEY WILL HAVE A PM CHANGE ON MAY 22, 2016

upa-admin Mayıs 10, 2016 0

Turkey’s Prime Minister Professor Ahmet Davutoğlu recently resigned from his post after 20 months in office.[1] Although the decision was presented as his own choice, there are rumors that President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan forced

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