HOW WAS 2021 IN THE EUROPEAN UNION? EVALUATION WITHIN THE SCOPE OF LAST EU SUMMIT
The European Union spent 2021 in the shadow of the fight against the epidemic, economic and political turmoil. In 2021, the European Union (EU) focused on issues such as the management of crises causedRead More »
INTERVIEW WITH DR. MATTHEW WEISS ON TURKISH-AMERICAN RELATIONS
Dr. Ozan Örmeci made an interview with Dr. Matthew Weiss from the College of Southern Nevada on April 30, 2021 on recent developments about Turkish-American relations. You can watch this interview from the videoRead More »
BRITISH FOREIGN SECRETARY DOMINIC RAAB VISITED CYPRUS
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 GreekRead More »
EU’S POLICY TOWARDS MIGRATION CRISIS AT TURKISH BORDER 2020
It will be four years soon from the conclusion of the migration agreement between the European Union and Turkey. After an air attack on the Idlib region in north-western Syria by the troops 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 »
A REVIEW ON CLIMATE CHANGE IN 2017 AND WHAT TO EXPECT IN 2018?
Last year around this time I wrote a summary of what to expect in 2017 on the case of climate change, and I felt that it is necessary to continue on this year. TheRead More »
GRAHAM GREENE’S ‘THE QUIET AMERICAN’
Introduction Henry Graham Greene (1904-1991), better known by his pen name Graham Greene, was an English novelist, journalist and playwright regarded by some as one of the great writers of the 20th century. Through 67Read More »
BREXIT: DIVORCE ENGLISH STYLE
Great Britain’s official exit from the European Union has underlined some lingering problems that the West faces. It became clear that this was no coincidence. Undoubtedly, the big nations of Europe would do anythingRead More »