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UNLESS PUTIN AND ERDOĞAN COMMUNICATES THE CRISIS WILL FOLLOW(8.12.2015)

Unless Putin and Erdoğan communicates the crisis will follow

Yusuf Çınar, the President of International Research Center “Strategic Outlook” evaluated the consequences of the SU-24 Downing to Trend News AgencyHow will this incident have an effect on Turkish-Russian relations? The interactions will be tenser. In this respect, Russia might implement some restrictions on Turkey. Under this framework, some fruits and vegetables exported to Russia might be returned. The journey of Russian tourists to Turkey may be prevented by the Russian government. Turkey has a high dependency on Russian energy, therefore, even though Russia might not implement a direct cut, in some intervals there might be some interruptions. Russia might also ta...


KARABAKH CONFLICT HARD TO SOLVE WITHOUT REGIONAL HELP(14.10.2015)

Karabakh conflict hard to solve without regional help

Nagorno-Karabakh conflict can’t be solved with international organizations’ involvement, as evidenced by the work of OSCE Minsk Group, which has for many years demonstrated its inefficiency, says Mehmet Fatih Oztarsu, co-president of the Turkish analytical center, the Strategic Outlook.Oztarsu, who specializes on Caucasus region, told Trend Oct. 14 that the conflict can be solved with participation of the region’s countries, and partially with involvement of the US.“If the US had been active in foreign policy, as it was during George W. Bush’s presidency, there could have been great changes in the Caucasus,” said the expert.He said it would be diff...


INTERVIEW WITH MUHARREM EKŞI ABOUT HIS BOOK "PUBLIC DIPLOMACY AND TURKISH FOREIGN POLICY DURING THE AK PARTY ERA "(11.05.2015)

Interview with Muharrem Ekşi About His Book

1) Your book, Public Diplomacy and Turkish Foreign Policy during the AK Party Era has recently been published by Siyasal Kitabevi, and is commented to be a great contribution to the academia. Can you elaborate on the process of the book’s origin?Published in July 2014, this study is a transformation of a PhD dissertation completed at Ankara University Faculty of Political Science in 2009. In 2009, when I first decided to write a dissertation with my advisor, Prof. Dr. İlhan Uzgel, the Public Diplomacy Coordinatorship was not yet opened in Turkey. Considering that the Coordinatorship was opened in January 2010, this work can be conveyed as the first PhD level study...


AN INTERVIEW WITH CENK SIDAR ABOUT TURKISH FOREIGN POLICY BY YUSUF ÇıNAR(7.05.2015)

An Interview with Cenk Sidar About Turkish Foreign Policy by Yusuf Çınar

1)    What do you think of the idea of an Ottoman commonwealth? How should Turkey respond to fears of neo-Ottomanism?There is nothing wrong to be inspired from the glory days of the past but one should keep in mind the realities of today. In the 21st century, the idea of an Ottoman commonwealth as a governance structure is not realistic, taking into account the shift towards pluralism and democracy in the global scale. Neo-Ottomanism disregards the fundamental aspects of a democratic state such as separation of Powers and rule of law. In addition, neo-Ottoman approach in the region is undoubtedly out of scope considering the realities in the Middle East. In this sense&#...


AN INTERVIEW WITH SELIN NASI ABOUT JEWISH IDENTITY AND TURKISH MEDIA BY YUSUF ÇıNAR(14.03.2015)

An Interview with Selin Nasi About Jewish Identity and Turkish Media by Yusuf Çınar

1-) Jews are the group most targeted by hate speech in the Turkish media, according to an upcoming report by a US-based watchdog, which found a rise in anti-Semitic language published in Turkey (http://www.timesofisrael.com/jews-focus-of-most-hate-speech-in-turkey-media-study-finds/) Do you see any discrimination against Jews by Turkish Media ?Let me start by saying that this interview reflects my personal opinions based on my own observations, I mean, I don't speak on behalf of the Jewish Community or my newspaper here. Well, to be frank, hate speech is an important problem in Turkey, which targets not only the Jewish people but also other ethnic and rel...


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