Introduction The Second World War was the most destructive war humankind has even seen. Europe was the most damaged continent of the war. After the war, the continent was devastated either economically or physically.Read More »
As winter comes, the EU concerns about stability of gas supply amidst the Ukrainian crisis. That pushed EU to seek reliable sources to secure domestic gas supply. It is believed that LNG may protectRead More »
1. Historical background of the Constitutional Treaty and Lisbon Treaty After the big enlargement of the European Union in 2004,the structure of it was getting more complex. Because of this, the Constitutional Treaty signedRead More »
Parity between crisis of multiculturalism and economic recession Ongoing economic recession in the world has its negative impact on the multiculturalism values of the West. Thus, citizens of those European countries suffering from profoundRead More »
Crisis is a phase in the life of every society. Growth and decline cannot be perpetual and thus, crisis and recession is characteristic in the transitional phase. Every crisis can logically produce two outcomes.Read More »
EU-TURKEY RELATIONS AFTER GEZİ: ANOTHER HALT OR AN INCENTIVE TO REVIVE TURKEY’S MORIBUND ACCESSION PROCESS?
In my previous article I was to a certain extent optimistic over a positive breakthrough in EU-Turkey relations in 2013. However, the way Prime Minister Erdoğan and the AKP members (with a few exceptions)Read More »