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    This piece was first published on the Compaion. Almost all of us watch the striking dimensions of global waste in the news release. The levels of waste are thought-provoking. What is even more tragical is that we are still not conscious about wasting; however it is a bleeding wound.   “Janus” is known… » read more

Posted by Begum Burak

This article is an attempt to discuss capitalism experiment in Gulf countries. The Middle Eastern countries in general and Gulf region in particular have their own unique practice with capitalism. The countries such as Bahrain, Kuwait, Qatar, forming the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) hold huge family based business groups. This describes the capitalist class transforming… » read more

Posted by Begum Burak

      The construction works for Canal Istanbul project, linking the Black Sea and the Sea of Marmara (and the Mediterranean Sea), north and south of Istanbul was expected to start by the end of 2019, according to Turkish media, but there is no official confirmation from the government about the exact date. Known… » read more

Posted by Begum Burak

It is known that Turkey and the internationally-recognized, U.N.-backed Government of National Accord (GNA) of Libya signed a memorandum of understanding on Nov. 27, regarding the Eastern Mediterranean region.   The memorandum asserts Turkey’s rights in the Eastern Mediterranean region clarifying that the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC) also has rights to have access… » read more

Posted by Begum Burak

This blog piece I will write today is organized like a take-home essay and it has a simple question: What does/should Trump do vis-a-vis- the nuclear programmes of Iran and North Korea?   First I will define terminology then write some basic information of the two countries then I will try to make some evaluations… » read more

Posted by Begum Burak