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INTERVIEW WITH MATUS JEVCAK

INTERVIEW WITH MATUS JEVCAK

upa-admin Nisan 19, 2022 0

Matus Jevcak is a PhD student from Masaryk University’s department of Political Science. Jevcak also works at the Strategic Policy Institute in Slovakia as a researcher. He does research in Terrorism, Counter-Insurgency, Foreign Policy,

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A RECIPE FOR NORMALIZATION IN TURKISH FOREIGN POLICY

A RECIPE FOR NORMALIZATION IN TURKISH FOREIGN POLICY

upa-admin Mayıs 5, 2021 0

The Republic of Turkey is heading towards its 100th anniversary. According to normal schedule, Turkey’s 100th anniversary will coincide with the country’s next presidential election. Before the election, both the government coalition (AK Parti

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BRITISH FOREIGN SECRETARY DOMINIC RAAB VISITED CYPRUS

BRITISH FOREIGN SECRETARY DOMINIC RAAB VISITED CYPRUS

upa-admin Şubat 5, 2021 0

Introduction British (United Kingdom/UK) Foreign Secretary (Secretary of State for Foreign, Commonwealth, and Development Affairs) Dominic Raab visited Cyprus on February 4, 2021 Thursday. Raab met with the Cypriot leaders (Cyprus Republic/South Cyprus Greek

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A TALK WITH DR. BEATA PISKORSKA: TURKEY-EU RELATIONS AND RECENT POLITICAL DEVELOPMENTS IN POLAND

A TALK WITH DR. BEATA PISKORSKA: TURKEY-EU RELATIONS AND RECENT POLITICAL DEVELOPMENTS IN POLAND

upa-admin Aralık 22, 2020 0

UPA founder and Istanbul Kent University Political Science and Public Administration department staff Associate Professor Ozan Örmeci made an interview with Associate Professor Beata Piskorska from John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin on

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A NEW EDITED BOOK ON TURKISH-AMERICAN RELATIONS: HISTORICAL EXAMINATIONS AND CURRENT ISSUES IN TURKISH-AMERICAN RELATIONS

A NEW EDITED BOOK ON TURKISH-AMERICAN RELATIONS: HISTORICAL EXAMINATIONS AND CURRENT ISSUES IN TURKISH-AMERICAN RELATIONS

upa-admin Temmuz 27, 2020 0

Istanbul Gedik University Political Science and Public Administration department staff and UPA (International Political Academy) Coordinator Assoc. Prof. Ozan Örmeci and Cyprus Near East University International Relations department staff Prof. Hüseyin Işıksal edited a

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UPA YAZARLARINDAN YENİ MAKALE: “CUTTING THE GORDIAN KNOT: TURKISH FOREIGN POLICY TOWARDS CYPRUS DURING AK PARTY ERA (2002-2020)”

UPA YAZARLARINDAN YENİ MAKALE: “CUTTING THE GORDIAN KNOT: TURKISH FOREIGN POLICY TOWARDS CYPRUS DURING AK PARTY ERA (2002-2020)”

upa-admin Haziran 30, 2020 0

İstanbul Gedik Üniversitesi Siyaset Bilimi ve Kamu Yönetimi bölümü öğretim üyesi ve Uluslararası Politika Akademisi (UPA) Kurucu Genel Koordinatörü Doç. Dr. Ozan Örmeci, Özyeğin Üniversitesi öğretim elemanı ve Uluslararası Politika Akademisi (UPA) yazarı Dr.

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INTERVIEW WITH DR. NIKOS CHRISTOFIS ON CURRENT ISSUES IN GREEK POLITICS AND GREEK–TURKISH RELATIONS

INTERVIEW WITH DR. NIKOS CHRISTOFIS ON CURRENT ISSUES IN GREEK POLITICS AND GREEK–TURKISH RELATIONS

upa-admin Aralık 20, 2019 0

Dr. Nikos Christofis is Associate Professor at the Center for Turkish Studies and the School of History and Civilizations at Shaanxi Normal University in Xi’an, China. He is also an affiliate researcher at the

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EU-TURKEY MIGRATION DEAL: WHERE DOES IT STAND AFTER THREE YEARS?

EU-TURKEY MIGRATION DEAL: WHERE DOES IT STAND AFTER THREE YEARS?

upa-admin Ekim 3, 2019 0

Introduction Mass flows of refugees forced the international community to act at the global, regional, national, and local levels. Among the regional responses, the EU-Turkey deal was one of the most significant ones with

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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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NEW POLITICAL PARTY INITIATIVES IN TURKEY

NEW POLITICAL PARTY INITIATIVES IN TURKEY

upa-admin Temmuz 10, 2019 0

As Turkey’s economic problems deepen with the ongoing recession and the volatility in Turkish lira[1], dissatisfaction with the current political system increases both at the mass and political elite levels in the country. After

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