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TTIP AND ITS POSSIBLE IMPACTS ON TURKEY(2.12.2015)

TTIP and Its Possible Impacts On Turkey

Today, the EU and US are the anchors of the global economy. They represent about half of the global GDP and trade. They also try to establish the largest free trade zone in history via TTIP. It is obvious that TTIP will change the economic structures of both the EU and US, but furthermore the TTIP will impact third parties as well. Against this background, this paper examines the possible impacts of TTIP on Turkey, a country which has been enjoying the Customs Union with the EU although it is not a member.  The paper also offers a couple of policy options in front of Turkey on the possible impacts of TTIP.The Full Text: TTIP and Its Possible Impacts On Turkey...


TIME FOR REVISION: TRANSATLANTIC TRADE & INVESTMENT PARTNERSHIP AND TURKEY(7.07.2015)

Time for Revision: Transatlantic Trade & Investment Partnership and Turkey

Concerning Turkish foreign policy, the year 1995 has a special meaning. Through the negotiation process with the European Union (EU) which have been active since the Ankara Agreement and the 1/95 decision of the Council of Association through which the Customs Union was launched, a significant integration level partnership was ensured.  Though, under the framework of partnership, it was not stated that the two parties would have equal rights in integration, Turkey was isolated from decision taking mechanisms, and a system based on Turkey obeying, regardless of its benefits, EU’s foreign economic policies concerning third parties, was formed. In this c...


EURASIAN GEOPOLITICS, WESTERN SANCTIONS AND GOVERNANCE OF PUTIN(29.04.2015)

Eurasian Geopolitics, Western Sanctions and Governance of Putin

In 1991, the dissolution of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) and the Warsaw Pact, led to the termination of the bipolar world system that goes down in history as Cold War.In this period, Russians assumed that North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), whose objective was to struggle with the communism and Soviet expansionism, would abolish himself with the disappearance of the reason for its existence, and that "common European home”, including the new Russia, moved to the market economy, would be established. Moreover, again according to the claim of the Russians, during USSR's disintegration, in the negotiations conducted be...



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