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ASSESSMENT OF TURKISH FOREIGN POLICY IN 2014
It might be a good idea to make an objective general assessment of Turkish Foreign Policy in 2014 during the last days of the year. This year Turkish Foreign Policy had some successes as wellRead More »
MIDDLE EAST: NEW CONFLICT LOOMING?
Complexity of geopolitics all across the world are frequently emphasized by the experts. Emergence of strife of different nature in various parts of the world is increasing the tensions globally. In recent days, expertsRead More »
THE SYRIAN TUNNEL AND THE SPRING
When the first spontaneous explosions of the Arab democratic revolutions erupted in Tunisia in December 2010, many were hoping that this revolt might usher in a new beginning for the whole region. When EgyptRead More »
“RENOVATION” IN TURKISH POLICY: WAYS OUT OF “UNCERTAINTY ZONES”
What changes the last presidential election in Turkey will bring about in the foreign policy has become a subject of serious discussion. Experts approach to this issue from two perspectives – domestic problems andRead More »
TWO ASPECTS OF THE US FOREIGN POLICY: DOUBLE STANDARDS AND INJUSTICE
World politics is changing swiftly. Now it is getting more difficult to sell lie as truth. Humanity seems to be sick of being deceived. The attitude to the US President Barack Obama`s speech inRead More »
TURKEY-IRAN: WILL STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP SUCCEED?
Visit of Prime Minister R.T. Erdoğan to Tehran revealed some intriguing aspects. Experts were quick to respond, claiming that strategic interests underpin Ankara-Tehran rapprochement. Admittedly, Iran-Turkey relations are capable of impacting geopolitical dynamics ofRead More »