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ARMENIAN FOREIGN POLICY’S DEFEAT AT MUNICH
The annual Munich Security Conference held a significant session for South Caucasia this year on February 15th 2020. As part of the 56th Munich Security Conference, Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan and President ofRead More »
WHY THE WORLD IS BIGGER THAN FIVE?
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan began to use the slogan “The world is bigger than five” (Dünya beşten büyüktür) in his international speeches in the last few years. The slogan was first used byRead More »
INTERVIEW WITH PROFESSOR BİROL YEŞİLADA
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 PortlandRead More »
AZERBAIJAN AND TURKEY: COMMITTED TO “ONE NATION, TWO STATES” DOCTRINE
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 –Read More »
WHOSE WORLD ORDER?
With the disintegration of the Soviet Union in 1991, American sphere of influence gradually developed in the world and the U.S. began to play often a significant or even a dominant role in variousRead More »
A NEW COLD WAR BETWEEN RUSSIA AND THE WEST?
Recent crisis between Russian Federation and USA/EU in Ukraine and Syria let some academics and journalists to talk boldly and write extensively on the concept of “New Cold War”. In this article, I willRead More »
LITHUANIA: A CONTRIBUTOR TO THE EU OR A CONTRIBUTED ONLY?
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 »