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A RECIPE FOR NORMALIZATION IN TURKISH FOREIGN POLICY
The Republic of Turkey is heading towards its 100th anniversary. According to normal schedule, Turkey’s 100th anniversary will coincide with the country’s next presidential election. Before the election, both the government coalition (AK PartiRead More »
INTERVIEW WITH DR. MATTHEW WEISS ON TURKISH-AMERICAN RELATIONS
Dr. Ozan Örmeci made an interview with Dr. Matthew Weiss from the College of Southern Nevada on April 30, 2021 on recent developments about Turkish-American relations. You can watch this interview from the videoRead More »
UPA STRATEGIC AFFAIRS DERGİSİNİN İKİNCİ CİLT İLK SAYISI YAYIMLANDI
Uluslararası Politika Akademisi (UPA) ekibince hazırlanan ve yayın hayatına yeni başlayan UPA Strategic Affairs adlı uluslararası hakemli akademik e-derginin 2. cilt 1 nolu sayısı yayımlandı. Birçok Türk ve yabancı akademisyenin editör, hakem ve yazar olarakRead More »
BRITISH FOREIGN SECRETARY DOMINIC RAAB VISITED CYPRUS
Introduction British (United Kingdom/UK) Foreign Secretary (Secretary of State for Foreign, Commonwealth, and Development Affairs) Dominic Raab visited Cyprus on February 4, 2021 Thursday. Raab met with the Cypriot leaders (Cyprus Republic/South Cyprus GreekRead More »
A TALK WITH DR. BEATA PISKORSKA: TURKEY-EU RELATIONS AND RECENT POLITICAL DEVELOPMENTS IN POLAND
UPA founder and Istanbul Kent University Political Science and Public Administration department staff Associate Professor Ozan Örmeci made an interview with Associate Professor Beata Piskorska from John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin onRead More »
WHAT TO EXPECT FROM TURKISH-AMERICAN RELATIONS DURING BIDEN ERA?
Democratic presidential candidate and former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden is elected 46th President of the United States. Biden will start his tenure in office in January 2021. Joe Biden recently began to announceRead More »
HOW TO REDUCE TURKISH-GREEN TENSION IN THE EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN?
Introduction and Recent History Turkish-Greek relations have been passing from a period of crisis once again after almost two decades. Tension between two neighboring Mediterranean states was high again in 1996 due to Kardak/ImiaRead More »