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TAP: NEW CONSTRAINTS ENGENDERED BY OLD SCENARIOS
For Europe, energy security is a pressing issue. According to the experts, in the short-run the Old Continent’s appetite for energy resources is likely to grow. At present, Europe’s reliance on primarily Russian gasRead More »
THE IMPLICATIONS OF TANAP AND TURKISH STREAM ON THE EUROPEAN ENERGY SECURITY AFTER THE RECENT UKRAINE CRISIS
Abstract: For any state, whether they are developed or developing, ensuring energy security for the sustainability of their systems is very critical issue. European states cannot be independently considered from this phenomenon as they haveRead More »
TURKEY-KAZAKHSTAN: PROMISING PROSPECTS FOR COOPERATION
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s three day visit to Kazakhstan that drew attention of experts has ended. Turkey is one of the closest and most reliable partners of Kazakhstan. A number of documents were signed withinRead More »
RESURRECTION OF NABUCCO PIPELINE: REAL OR MYTH?
The energy history of East-West energy corridor has not started with Nabucco, but Nabucco was considered a crown-jewel of the Southern Gas Corridor. Nabucco Consortium was established with Ankara Agreement in 2009 by Turkey, Romania, Bulgaria,Read More »
EU VS. RUSSIA: OUTSET OF NEW PHASE OF ENERGY CONFRONTATION
The European Union is in the search of a new centralization model. The final document adopted at the closing of the EU Summit held in Brussels on 18-19 March included the intention of establishingRead More »
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 »
WILL THE LNG SAVE THE EUROPE?
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 »
ENERGY POLICY: IN THE ENVIRONMENT OF COMPLEX GEOPOLITICS AND COMPETITION
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 »
ASSESSMENT OF TURKISH FOREIGN POLICY IN 2014
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 »