Issues

Spring 2017 Volume 19 No. 2

Turkey has been experiencing a transformation process since the collapse of the Soviet Union and the end of the Cold War. Then President of Turkey, Turgut Özal, instigated a program of change;

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Winter 2017 Volume 19 No. 1

Turkey is located between some of the most penetrated and volatile regions in the world, namely the Middle East, the Balkans, Caucasia and the Eastern Mediterranean.

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Fall 2016 Volume 18 No. 4

Turkey has been holding elections since the end of the 19th century; and the country has been enjoying democratic elections since 1950.

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Summer 2016 Volume 18 No. 3

The date of July 15, 2016 is a watershed in the history of democracy as well as in the history of Turkey. On the night of July 15, the world witnessed an exceptional and historic event.

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Spring 2016 Volume 18 No. 2

The Syrian Crisis, the bloodiest front of the Arab uprisings and one of the main determinants of policies of regional and global powers, has been dominating international politics for the last five years.

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Winter 2016 Volume 18 No. 1

Germany, who challenged the British and its allies twice in the first half of the 20th century, began to reemerge as a global political power and to play the “big game” in the wake of the Cold War.

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Fall 2015 Volume 17 No. 4

Last year was the year of elections in Turkey with two parliamentary elections and months-long electoral campaigns that dominated the political agenda of the country.

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Summer 2015 Volume 17 No. 3

In a radio broadcast in 1939 Winston Churchill defined Russia in a famous quip as ‘a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma.

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Spring 2015 Volume 17 No. 2

Energy security, at the heart of energy policy, has become central to the dynamics of international relations. Political turmoil has overwhelmed many oil and gas producing countries, forcing them to adapt their national energy policies according to this continuous change.

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Winter 2015 Volume 17 No. 1

Energy security, at the heart of energy policy, has become central to the dynamics of international relations.

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Fall 2014 Volume 16 No. 4

International and mobility migration is of growing magnitude, of growing economic importance and of growing international concern. It cuts across diverse policy domains and is as much a matter for economic, trade and labor policy, foreign and development policy, and welfare and integration policy as it is for public order and security policy.

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Summer 2014 Volume 16 No. 3

The international community faces a series of serious challenges, which need to be urgently addressed otherwise the ongoing conflicts

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