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The multi-polar international system which emerged at the end of the World War II has been characterized by the balance of power system between the great powers. However it lasted not long because a bipolar structure prevailed with the Cold War era. In the post-World War II period, a process that can be described as… » read more

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The foreign policy of Turkey has undergone substantial changes since its establishment due to internal and external factors. This research article is an attempt to analyze Turkish foreign policy from a historical perspective. While doing this, the political culture, decision-making processes in foreign policy issues and the structure of foreign policy determinants will also be… » read more

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RAND Report: What is new?

Last month, in the latest report published by RAND researchers, the key challenges confronting the U.S.-Turkish partnership over the coming years have been covered. The analysts recommend possible initiatives to sustain it during what is likely to be a turbulent era. The RAND report focuses on the political, social, and economic events that are changing… » read more

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Trends in Turkey 2019

    The result of the ‘Trends in Turkey’ [Türkiye Eğilimleri] survey which has been held for ten years was announced at a meeting held at Kadir Has University in previous days. The study, which was prepared by an academic team under the coordination of Prof. Mustafa Aydın was conducted between November 25 and December… » read more

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Khojaly Genocide

        On 26 February in 1992, a brutal operation broke out in Azerbaijan.The conflict between the two South Caucasus countries (Azerbaijan and Armenia) began in 1988 when Armenia made territorial claims against Azerbaijan. As a result of the ensuing war, in 1992 Armenian armed forces occupied 20 percent of Azerbaijan, including the… » read more

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      The Hugo Chaves adiministration had been the golden years of Venezuela. Iti s known that, the rule of Hugo Chaves had been subjected to many military coup attempts because Chaves did not welcome foreign companies and he made the natural resources gain national identity. Chaves had the support of poor majority and… » read more

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As known, yesterday was the anniversary of Operation Olive Branch (Afrin Operation). Last year, Turkey launched military operation (Olive Branch) on January 20 in order to clear Syria’s Afrin region of the YPG/PKK and Daesh terrorism, which Turkey considers a threat to its national security and territorial integrity. On March 18, Turkish troops and the… » read more

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