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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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70TH ANNIVERSARY OF NATO: NEW STAGE OF DISAGREEMENTS

70TH ANNIVERSARY OF NATO: NEW STAGE OF DISAGREEMENTS

upa-admin Nisan 15, 2019 0

The 70th anniversary of NATO was solemnly celebrated in Washington. Celebrations took place against a background of controversial statements. Disagreements among the member states have led to a series of events, which prompted experts

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TURKISH SOLDIER IN SYRIA: INTERNATIONAL SUPPORT TO HEAVY OFFENSIVE AGAINST TERRORISM

TURKISH SOLDIER IN SYRIA: INTERNATIONAL SUPPORT TO HEAVY OFFENSIVE AGAINST TERRORISM

upa-admin Eylül 21, 2016 0

The Syrian crisis is full of surprises. Big nations of the world and the region actively interfere with the situation in that country. Truth be told, today Syria resembles a quagmire. This country has

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WHAT THE REGIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL ACTORS HAVE SAID ON TURKEY’S ATTACKS TOWARDS PKK?

WHAT THE REGIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL ACTORS HAVE SAID ON TURKEY’S ATTACKS TOWARDS PKK?

upa-admin Ağustos 31, 2015 0

The Turkish government launched a peace process with the outlawed Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) in 2012 to put an end to the armed campaign by the Kurdish group aimed at gaining autonomy. The process created

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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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