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INTERVIEW WITH PROFESSOR BİROL YEŞİLADA

INTERVIEW WITH PROFESSOR BİROL YEŞİLADA

upa-admin Ağustos 15, 2019 0

Birol Yesilada (Ph.D. 1984, University of Michigan) is Professor of Political Science and International Studies, holds an endowed chair in Contemporary Turkish Studies, and is Director of the Center for Turkish Studies in Portland

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EU-TURKEY RELATIONS IN 2014: GETTING OFF TO A GOOD START?

EU-TURKEY RELATIONS IN 2014: GETTING OFF TO A GOOD START?

upa-admin Ocak 1, 2014 9

The most optimistic scenarios foresaw that Turkey could become an EU member around the year 2014 if Turkey’s domestic reforms were ambitious enough and the EU would have had a clear political will to

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CYPRUS DISPUTE IN TERMS OF ENERGY POLITICS

CYPRUS DISPUTE IN TERMS OF ENERGY POLITICS

upa-admin Temmuz 31, 2013 0

There is no denying that “energy politics” has become a significant part of the regional and global economy as well as geopolitics and international relations in the last decades. While energy policy is about the

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RELIABILITY AND RECOGNITION OF TURKISH CYPRIOT POLITICS & POLITICIANS

RELIABILITY AND RECOGNITION OF TURKISH CYPRIOT POLITICS & POLITICIANS

upa-admin Temmuz 30, 2013 0

CHAPTER I: INTRODUCTION  “Politicians are the same all over. They promise to build a bridge even where there is no river.”[1] Turkish Republic of North Cyprus, as a micro-state, has many advantages and disadvantages.

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CYPRUS: A VALID TEST FOR THE EU NOBEL PRIZE?

CYPRUS: A VALID TEST FOR THE EU NOBEL PRIZE?

upa-admin Nisan 2, 2013 0

The key for the solution for Cyprus: a Greek-Turkish compromise If the UN Annan Plan had been accepted, United States of Cyprus would probably be one of the most prosperous countries of the EU

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