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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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POLITICAL DIMENSION OF THE ARMENIAN “GENOCIDE” INDUSTRY

POLITICAL DIMENSION OF THE ARMENIAN “GENOCIDE” INDUSTRY

upa-admin Nisan 29, 2015 0

The centennial of the so-called Armenian ”genocide”, to be commemorated by the Armenians of the world and their sympathizers on 24 April 2015, can be evaluated from three perspectives: historical, legal and political. It

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ASSESSMENT OF TURKISH FOREIGN POLICY IN 2014

ASSESSMENT OF TURKISH FOREIGN POLICY IN 2014

upa-admin Aralık 18, 2014 0

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 well

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PROMISES MADE TO BAKU: KEY ASPECTS OF ERDOGAN’S BAKU VISIT

PROMISES MADE TO BAKU: KEY ASPECTS OF ERDOGAN’S BAKU VISIT

upa-admin Eylül 18, 2014 0

Turkey’s newly-elected President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan visited Azerbaijan last week. This event caused great deal of interest on the part of the media and the expert community. It was for the first time ever

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U.S. PRIORITIES IN THE SOUTH CAUCASUS

U.S. PRIORITIES IN THE SOUTH CAUCASUS

upa-admin Haziran 9, 2014 0

The South Caucasus that has historically seen the influence struggle between Russia, Turkey and Iran, in modern times, has yet again become an arena where geopolitical powers are locked in a clinch. Along the

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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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