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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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AZERBAIJAN AND TURKEY: COMMITTED TO “ONE NATION, TWO STATES” DOCTRINE

AZERBAIJAN AND TURKEY: COMMITTED TO “ONE NATION, TWO STATES” DOCTRINE

upa-admin Temmuz 17, 2019 0

Azerbaijan and Turkey maintain a special relationship defined by a long history of events and cultural and ethnic connections. Azerbaijanis and Turks belong to the same Turkic identity and share a common ancestor –

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EUROPEAN INTEGRATION

EUROPEAN INTEGRATION

upa-admin Şubat 8, 2018 0

Introduction Before I start with penning the topic of “European integration”, I would like to structure my essay in three categories. First category is the introduction part that sheds light on the basis and

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GEORGE ORWELL’S ‘ANIMAL FARM’

GEORGE ORWELL’S ‘ANIMAL FARM’

upa-admin Ocak 29, 2017 0

Introduction George Orwell (1903-1950)[1] was a British writer who lived in the first half of 20th century and believed in socialist ideology. Orwell was later disappointed of the transformation of Soviet socialism into an authoritarian and

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GEOPOLITICAL REALITIES IN THE CASPIAN REGION IN THE CONTEXT OF SHAPING OF NEW WORLD ORDER

GEOPOLITICAL REALITIES IN THE CASPIAN REGION IN THE CONTEXT OF SHAPING OF NEW WORLD ORDER

upa-admin Haziran 15, 2015 0

World political map, formed in the early XXI century, increasingly resembles an utterly motley mosaic, where world and regional powers are neighboring small states that are affected by global and inter-civilizational problems, in one

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NAGORNO-KARABAKH CONFLICT: ETHNIC SECURITY DILEMMA OR NOT?

NAGORNO-KARABAKH CONFLICT: ETHNIC SECURITY DILEMMA OR NOT?

upa-admin Aralık 26, 2014 1

Introduction The collapse of imperial regimes can be profitably viewed as a problem of emerging anarchy.[1] The weakening and later absence of the central state (USSR) as the sovereign in the Caucasus, resulted in

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WHY DID THE BALTIC STATES DID BUILD STRONG STATEHOOD BUT THE CIS COUNTRIES FAILED?

WHY DID THE BALTIC STATES DID BUILD STRONG STATEHOOD BUT THE CIS COUNTRIES FAILED?

upa-admin Aralık 26, 2014 0

Background and Problem: State building is a process referring to the development of an organization capable of effectively commanding authority over a national territory, an entity that can enforce laws and provide basic services

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NEW PHASE OF GEOPOLITICAL STRUGGLE BETWEEN WEST AND RUSSIA

NEW PHASE OF GEOPOLITICAL STRUGGLE BETWEEN WEST AND RUSSIA

upa-admin Kasım 11, 2014 0

For the past 400 years Russia has exercised control of the area of the modern day Ukraine. Recent problems between Russia and Ukraine are not an outcome of animosity among the two nations, but

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