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TURKEY AND RUSSIA SHOULD TAKE LEAD IN RESOLVING NAGORNO-KARABAKH CONFLICT(11.02.2019)

Turkey and Russia should take lead in resolving Nagorno-Karabakh conflict

Even though the conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan has remained largely frozen since the cease-fire was signed in 1994, the potential for renewed fighting is growing. Outside powers, especially Russia and Turkey, should take a more active role in getting the peace process back on track. Above all, both Ankara and Moscow will have to take a harder line with their respective allies in the South Caucasus and prioritize ending the conflict over zero-sum geopolitical maneuvering. After two decades, memories of the conflict’s horrors have faded, especially among a younger generation that has no memory of the Soviet collapse. Moreover, authorities in Baku, Yerev...


REFUGEE CRISIS IN SYRIA: GREATEST FEAR OF EU, GREAT HOSPITALITY OF TURKEY(12.04.2017)

Refugee Crisis in Syria: Greatest Fear of EU, Great Hospitality of Turkey

Arab Spring, which started in 2010 and still has prolonged effects, has also penetrated Syria and protests against the regime have turned into a war in a short time. This process has resulted in instability and obscurity both in Syria and around the region. The war in Syria has led millions of Syrians to take refuge in different countries. Undoubtedly, Turkey is one of those main countries. Failure to find an international solution to the current crisis in Syria prognosticates that stability will not be assured for many years and the refugee issue that has world-wide effects will continue to grow. In this paper, we will analyze the refugee issue in terms of International Rela...


RECENT PERIOD ECONOMIC PROBLEMS AND REASONS BEHIND THE CURTAIN IN TURKEY(5.12.2016)

Recent Period Economic Problems and Reasons Behind the Curtain in Turkey

Problems which taking place in real life are having bad effects on many units in Turkey, and arousing curiosity by many fractions for possible solutions. First and most, it is necessary to mention that the reasons haven’t occurred recently. Internally and internationally, many causes brought Turkish Economy into hardships. Inevitable rise of dollar since 2012, stagnation in Istanbul Stock of Exchange, being unable to decrease unemployment rate and moreover currently soaring one, can be rooted to the those causes.International reasons:- Problems regarding to U.S. public financing, hitting U.S. Debt Ceiling again and again , - Stagnation in European Economi...


SYRIAN CIVIL WAR (2011-2015): LOCAL AGREEMENTS BETWEEN FIGHTING PARTIES AND REFLECTIONS OF NATIONAL PEACE(5.10.2016)

Syrian Civil War (2011-2015): Local Agreements Between Fighting Parties and Reflections of National Peace

According to various sources, Syria has become a deadlock country of pain and tears, where at least 500.000 people have lost their lives, tens of thousands of people have been injured, and 6.5 billion of its people have become refugees with reference to the UN data. In 2011, when Arab Spring spread in waves from North Africa to the Middle East, Syria experienced counter-demonstrations and movements, especially against the state of emergency that the government declared in Daara between the 18th and 25th of March, which was met with the violent response of regime soldiers. Mass arrests, torturing, serious human rights violations and death have pulled th...


TURKEY OPERATION EUPHRATES SHIELDL IN THE CASE OF NIXONIFIED US FOREIGN POLICY: RISKS AND THREATS(21.09.2016)

Turkey Operation Euphrates Shieldl in the Case of Nixonified US Foreign Policy: Risks and Threats

With the failed coup attempt in July, the future of US-Turkey relations once again came into question. Especially the US’ sidestepping of the extradition of the head terrorist Fethullah Gülen, regressed US-Turkey relations. Indeed, Turkey's Operation Euphrates Shield started at a late hour and while the US Vice President Joe Biden was enroute on a plane for his visit to Turkey. This work argues that Obama's foreign policy has similarities to that of Richard Nixon's, discussing the risks and threats Turkey may face in the context of her Operation Euphrates Shield under such circumstances. As Kirby emphasizes, in previous periods the Anglo-Prussian alliance...


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