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EAST TURKISTAN, THE FORGOTTEN COUNTRY(10.02.2017)

East Turkistan, The Forgotten Country

There exist the Pamir Mountains and Karakum Desert in the south and the Altay Mountains in the north of East Turkistan constituting the east area of Turkistan which means the land where Turkish live. East Turkistan had been founded in the Middle Asia and become the centre of Turkish states and khanates through its long history. This Turkish homeland, which became a centre of The Scythians between 8 and 3rd centuries B.C., Huns between 300 B.C. and 93 A.C., Gokturk Empire between 522 and 744, Uyghur Empire between 744 and 840, The Karakhanid Empire between 751 and 870, is shaping an important place in Turkish history. There was a period of peace when very important cul...


INTERVIEW WITH OSMAN TIMURTAŞ ABOUT TURKEY FOREIGN POLICY(26.01.2015)

Interview with Osman Timurtaş About Turkey Foreign Policy

1- About three years, you have chaired the task of the Chairmanship of the Foreign Relations of the Youth Branches of the Headquarters of AK Party. How did these three years pass? I have managed the task of the Chairmanship of the Foreign Relations of the Youth Branches of the Headquarters, which I took over in the beginning of 2012, until the last quarter of 2014. 2009 and the years after 2009 are simply crisis and unrest years for Turkey and the world. Global financial crisis, Arab Spring, Syrian issue, “One Minute”, Mavi Marmara Raid, Israel’s attacks on Gaza, the coup in Egypt, the Gezi Park events, the coup attempts in December 17 and 25&...


CONFUCIANIST TRANSFORMATION IN THE CHINESE FOREIGN POLICY (11.03.2014)

Confucianist Transformation in the Chinese Foreign Policy

Since 2000 People`s Republic of China (PRC) has begun to promote the Confucian philosophy and values to provide a peace and stability for the comprehensive development of Modern China. Chinese leaders make effort to integrate their people and State so that they could form social and political harmony among them. Nowadays, Confucian principles and philosophy are deeply studied in Chinese universities and institutes. It has been inserted in Chinese school curriculum. Confucian principles are now seen as moral principles for the family and community. The resurrection of Confucianism in the Chinese state and society is regarded as an indigenous ideology alternative to western political ...



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