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THE FOUNDATION OF THE AZERBAIJANI DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC(25.05.2017)

The Foundation of the Azerbaijani Democratic Republic

IntroductionMay 28, 1918 is a historical day for Azerbaijan as it was the day when Azerbaijan was declared   a Democratic Republic, first of the Muslim nations in the East. After the disunion of the Transcaucasian Democratic Federative Republic , the Azerbaijani members of the Transcaucasian Democratic Federative Republic declared that Azerbaijan was henceforth a Republic.  The major countries of the world had been informed about the official and legal foundation of the Azerbaijani Democratic Republic (ADR).It should be highlighted that the national movement which was formed during end of 19th and beginning of 20th century played a crucial role in the foundation of the ...


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...


THE CONCEPT OF “ZERO PROBLEMS” WAS NOT EFFECTIVE IN THE LAST 4 YEARS(29.06.2016)

The concept of “zero problems” was not effective in the last 4 years

Letter of the Turkish President, the normalization of relations between Turkey and Israel, and, on the contrary, a complication of relations between Turkey and Germany is under the constant scrutiny of international and Turkish media and expert community. In this regard, we offer you an interview with a Turkish political scientist and head of “Strategic Outlook” magazine Yusuf Cinar.As it is known, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan recently sent a letter to his Russian counterpart. Some experts believe that, in this way Erdogan is trying to normalize bilateral relations. Do you think that Erdogan will go for more? And what should be expected from bilateral re...


AFTER BREXIT, TURKEY MAY HAVE ZERO CHANCES OF JOINING EU(27.06.2016)

After Brexit, Turkey may have zero chances of joining EU

“The withdrawal of such a major country as the UK from the EU will negatively affect the union’s strength,” said the expert. “This will reduce the US influence in Europe.”Cinar noted that due to a number of bureaucratic reasons, the process of the UK’s withdrawal from the EU can take around two years.The biggest risk for Ankara is the situation when the possibility of Turkey’s accession to the EU will be considered as the reason for Brexit, according to the expert.“This can strengthen the negative attitude of France, Germany and the Netherlands towards Turkey’s accession to the EU and then the EU will make every effort to prevent the country’s accession.” he added.The expert ...


TURKEY-GERMANY RELATIONS AND THE ACCEPTANCE OF THE SO-CALLED ARMENIAN GENOCIDE LAW DRAFT(16.06.2016)

Turkey-Germany relations and the Acceptance of the So-called Armenian Genocide Law Draft

1. A couple days ago the German Federal Parliament accepted the draft recognizing the Armenian allegations regarding the events of 1915. How will this decision of the German parliament affect Turkey-Germany relations? What balances will shift, how will the relations Germany maintains with the Republic of Turkey will be damaged by the decision? Germany has received migrants from Turkey ever since the 1960s. A portion of these workers that went to Germany in the 1960s were from rural areas of Anatolia. Yet, there have also been political migrations as a result of the military coups. Political convicts wanted by Turkey migrated to Germany during the 70s and 80s. It is not possible ...


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