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THE EVENTS OF 1915 IN THE SERVICE OF MERKEL(8.06.2016)

The Events of 1915 in the Service of Merkel

This issue, in one form or another, has been around for a long time in Germany. It must be understood that the interpretation of the 1915 events in the Ottoman Empire now turned into an instrument of political bargaining and blackmail. I am deeply convinced that many members of parliament, who voted "for", have very vague understanding of what happened in 1915 and in subsequent years in the Ottoman Empire and what was Germany's role in these processes. It can be interpreted as a "punishment" of Erdogan.  Prior to that, a powerful propaganda campaign, aimed personally against Erdogan and accompanying by personal insults addressed to Turkish President, took...


COMPARISON OF SO-CALLED "ARMENIAN GENOCIDE" WITH HOLOCAUST(24.04.2016)

Comparison of So-Called

A number of writers and public figures, referring to the topic of "Armenian genocide", also often referred to the Holocaust, by comparing the most tragic events of 1915 with the proven fact of genocide, which is the Holocaust. By equating the so-called "Armenian genocide" to the Holocaust, the Armenian side is trying to attach to these events the same level of importance, identity and tragic, that is given to the Holocaust around the world. Except for some marginal groups and authors, the whole world recognizes the Holocaust as genocide and a great tragedy. Perpetrators of this genocide are known. There are decisions of the Nuremberg Tribunal, as...


IS THE CRISIS OF NATIONAL INTEGRATION THE MAIN REASON OF INTERNAL CONFLICT IN SOUTH SUDAN?(22.02.2016)

Is the crisis of national integration the main reason of internal conflict in South Sudan?

The man is a social creature, and cannot even think of having a nonpartisan continuation. Aristotle said centuries ago was the same: "the man lives in a family, village, and cities. Not as an isolated being." in this paper we will examine the social life of the Africans and the main reason of the internal conflicts in the East African country’s South Sudan in our opinion it is the weak national integration in these countries. Before the decolonization, particularly in East African countries, the societies were wanderers communities and didn't able to brought them in the organization. But the colonists achieved to united these societies in one state and formed the...


WHERE WAR AND PEACE COLLIDE(4.06.2015)

Where war and peace collide

Kashatagh/Lachin, in Nagorno Karabakh, is a land haunted by the shadows of a brutal conflict — ghost towns falling ever deeper into ruin, anti-helicopter devices still strung across valleys, mangled military vehicles gathering rust in ditches, signs that warn against ventures into the still heavily mined fields. But it is to this scarred landscape that some Syrian Armenians, driven from the place of their birth by brutal civil conflict, have fled, putting down fresh roots in this region’s disputed soil.Since the beginning of the Syrian civil war, over 15,000 Syrian Armenians have fled to Armenia. Many are descendants of families forced out of Turkey (t...


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&#...


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