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UPA YAZARLARI OZAN ÖRMECİ, FURKAN KAYA VE SİNA KISACIK, IRTBISCHET 2015 – 10. ULUSLARARASI KONGRESİ’NE KATILDILAR
Uluslararası Politika Akademisi (UPA) Genel Koordinatörü Yrd. Doç. Dr. Ozan Örmeci ve UPA yazarları Furkan Kaya ve Sina Kısacık, 26-27 Mart 2015 tarihlerinde American Academic and Scientific Research Journal (AASRJ) tarafından Prof. Dr. AtaRead More »
The extent of intensity of the ongoing struggle for the energy resources is evident. This process involves the big global powers. Owing to the fact that the energy factor provokes strife and armed clashes,Read More »
Humanity is about to leave one more year behind. How have people who were witnesses of many different events throughout the history lived the last 365 days? We tried to determine general directions ofRead More »
The European Union has stepped up its activity following the visit of the head of the Russian state to Ankara. High-ranking officials of the organization arrived in the capital of Turkey this time. BritishRead More »
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 »
A FAREWELL TO SOUTH STREAM: A WIN-WIN SITUATION FOR RUSSIA AND TURKEY OR A ZERO-SUM GAME FOR RUSSIA AND EU?
Prior to evaluate how the cancellation of South Stream Natural Gas Pipeline Project will affect the European energy security, the process of South Stream Project should be put forward in order to better understandRead More »
Amid the Ukraine crisis, importance of diversification and lessening Russian gas monopoly over the EU gas market became one of utmost crucial missions for Union. In this context, Southern Gas Corridor’s role, which isRead More »
President Ilham Aliyev has been pursuing a very active foreign policy. The head of state embarks on productive visits one after another. Most recent visit was paid to Greece. During the talks with theRead More »
RUSSIAN FEDERATION-TURKEY ENERGY RELATIONS IN THE 21ST CENTURY: ONE SIDED DEPENDENCE OR BALANCED INTERDEPENDENCE?
In 2011, Turkey’s second largest trading partner was the Russian Federation ($30 billion; $6 billion exports, $24 billion imports and the fundamental good in mutual trade was energy – 70 percent of imports; $21Read More »
Never mind the successful perception management efforts in the media; what has been happening in Ukraine symbolizes the ultimate victory of the West (USA), not Russia. Russia geopolitically lost what it has already gotRead More »