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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 ...


REFLECTIONS OF THE CHOI SOON-SIL SCANDAL IN ASIAN COUNTRIES (24.11.2016)

Reflections of the Choi Soon-sil Scandal in Asian Countries

A bizarre scandal about the Korean President Park Geun-hye shakes the South Korean society. Choi Soon-sil, an old friend of the president, allegedly used her connection with Park to extort money from largest corporations as well as abuse of power and corruption activities.President Park Geun-hye apologized recently that she accepts a prosecution investigation into the Choi Soon-sil scandal.Most of the Asian countries are also attentively following the developments and criticizing the situation.The Times of India announced the situation in South Korea by naming the scandal as corruption allegation: “…In Friday’s (November 4th) televised apology, Park commented on the corruption al...


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...


PREVIOUS COUP MANIFESTS AND READING BETWEEN THE LINES (27.07.2016)

Previous Coup Manifests and Reading between the Lines

On 15th of July in 2016 an attempt of putsch was desired but it was prevented mainly by the resistance of the public. On the other hand, president Erdoğan’s call to streets was enthusiastically accepted by every part of the community can’t be ignored. All these happenings let the coup plotters down, and demoralized to see that they don’t have the public support behind them. We can easily say that physiological breakdown came afore the physical breakdown for the coup plotters. The 15th July’s shameful image of tanks on the streets turned to sublime images of people over the tanks against the coup. There are lots of things to speak and do about this unfortunate event but what I wo...


THE RISE AND FALL OF SOFT POWER IN TURKISH FOREIGN POLICY DURING JDP: THE RISE AND FALL OF `TURKISH MODEL` IN THE MUSLIM WORLD(20.03.2016)

The Rise and Fall of Soft Power in Turkish Foreign Policy During JDP: The rise and fall of `Turkish model` in the Muslim World

A book: The Rise and Fall of Soft Power in Turkish Foreign Policy During JDP: The rise and fall of `Turkish model` in the Muslim World, Lambert Academic Publishing, February 23, 2016, ISBN: 978-3659853401.Author: Muharrem EksiIn this book author is to explore a transformations in Turkish foreing policy and had explained the shift  from “soft power” to “hard-power” during JDP governments.  Turkey had been directed to design pragmatic foreign policy since JDP came to government. Since JDP came to government there were some transformations and changings in 90 year Turkish foreign policy tradition. There are Turkey’s own pragmatic foreing policy reflections on the bases...


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