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Uluslararası Politika Akademisi (UPA) yazarları Dr. Sina Kısacık ve Dr. Furkan Kaya, Kazakistan’ın eski başkenti Almatı’da, 16-18 Nisan 2018 tarihleri arasında, Hoca Ahmet Yesevi Üniversitesi’ne bağlı Avrasya Araştırma Enstitüsü, Dokuz Eylül Üniversitesi ve KİMEPRead More »
Turkish and international analysts express their views on the recent activism in Turkish foreign policy in last few days. With the Rome Consensus on June 27, 2016, Turkey and Israel signed a protocol toRead 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 »
The year 2014 is ending. Many events took place, but some of them were crucial for the global politics. UPA writer Hacı Mehmet BOYRAZ spoke to Michael Binyon, British journalist-writer and foreign correspondent of TheRead More »
RUSSIAN FEDERATION-TURKEY ENERGY RELATIONS IN THE 21ST CENTURY: ONE SIDED DEPENDENCE OR BALANCED INTERDEPENDENCE?
In 2011, Turkey’s second largest trading partner was the Russian Federation ($30 billion; $6 billion exports, $24 billion imports and the fundamental good in mutual trade was energy – 70 percent of imports; $21Read More »