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TURKISH CHOICE BETWEEN SHANGHAI, EU(19.12.2016)

Turkish choice between Shanghai, EU

Turkey, located between Europe and Asia, faces several conflicts due to recent political tension. Its geographical location provides significant opportunities as well as vital threats. The current Turkish government is trying to eliminate dangers and puts forth great efforts to create sustainable security in the region. But it seems that neither the European Union nor the U.S. is interested in Turkey's efforts which are still hosting up to 3 million Syrian migrants.Today Turkish officials are discussing plans for what will come after its normalization process with Russia. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan mentioned the willingness of Turkey to be part of the Shanghai Coopera...


SHOULD THE WEST FEAR A TURKEY-RUSSIA CONVERGENCE?(10.08.2016)

Should the West Fear a Turkey-Russia Convergence?

In each installment of “CGI Asks,” a selection of experts respond to a question on the latest developments in Russia and Eurasia.In the run-up to the widely anticipated meeting between Russian President Vladimir Putin and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in St. Petersburg on August 9, we asked experts to consider the extent to which a possible Russian-Turkish convergence could affect Western interests in the region and beyond.Mehmet Fatih Öztarsu, Analyst and Reporter on the Caucasus/Central AsiaThe Turkey-Russia convergence can be viewed as a new chance for regional security, after current relations worsened over the Syrian issue. The region currently has significant p...


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...


T-LORAMIDS DECISION POINTS TO TURKEYS STRENGTHENING BONDS WITHIN NATO(1.03.2016)

T-LORAMIDS Decision Points to Turkeys Strengthening Bonds Within NATO

After a protracted bidding battle to supply Turkey with T-LORAMIDS (Turkish Long Range Air And Missile Defense System – “Turkish long-range air defense missile system"), the Turkish leadership made a decision to launch its own project to build the system. This information became public on November 15, 2015.  In view of Turkey’s determination to pursue a comprehensive program of indigenization of its armed forces and building cutting edge competencies, Turkey is investing in its native advanced arms manufacturers such as Aselsan that produces short and medium range missiles and electronic system for the military. According to HIS Jane Defence Weekly, Turkey assembled 60% ...


IN THE TIES BETWEEN TURKEY AND ISRAEL GEO-ECONOMICS SHOULD TRUMP GEO-POLITICS(15.12.2015)

In the Ties Between Turkey and Israel Geo-Economics Should Trump Geo-Politics

In the hour of need, when the Russian-Turkish diplomatic confrontation over the downed Russian Su-24 jet, Israeli Prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu reiterated his willingness to sell natural gas to Turkey. Turkey is going to experience crunch in energy as the result of an escalating anti-Turkish sanctions imposed by Russia since the incident, when the two Turkish F-15s downed the Russian SU-24 jet which entered for about 15 seconds the Turkish airspace on November 24. Turkey imports 60 percent of its natural gas from Russia and Russia, undoubtedly, is going to use an “energy” weapon to pressure Turkey like it did in in 1996 and 1999 against Ukraine.An here geo-economics e...


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