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The Coronavirus pandemic has transformed the way (academic) information has been circulated all around the world in an enormous way. I have lately been active in many webinars and zoom conferences since the outbreak of the pandemic.     The International Center on Nonviolent Conflict (ICNC) based in Washinton D.C. has been one of the… » read more

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Istanbul Aydın University’s Faculty of Communication hosts an important conference on April 12,13 and 14. The International Communication and Technology Congress (CTC 2021) will be held for the third time this year.   At CTC 2021, the issues of technology,the transformation of society, digital participation, online education around the pandemic are among the issues that… » read more

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The London-based Political Studies Association since 1950 has been organizing conferences, workshops, seminars and other events to encourage the development of political science studies. This year due to the Coronavirus pandemic, the annual conference was held on digital platform.   Many different topics have been discussed in various panels at the conference which took place… » read more

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The coronavirus pandemic, which first emerged in China in late 2019, spread in a very short period of time and quickly reshuffled the domestic and foreign policy priorities of many countries. Thus far, around 2.3 million people have died from Covid-19. As a result of the pandemic, one country which has fundamentally changed its foreign… » read more

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Today I joined a lecture delivered on zoom. The lecture was organized by British Institute at Ankara (BIAA)   The British Institute at Ankara (BIAA) was founded in 1947 and incorporated in the 1956 cultural agreement between the Republic of Turkey and the United Kingdom. It is internationally renowned for conducting research in Turkey and… » read more

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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

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    This article was first published in International Policy Digest. The coronavirus pandemic, which first emerged in China in late 2019, spread in a very short period of time and quickly reshuffled the domestic and foreign policy priorities of many countries. Thus far, some 2.3 million people globally have died from COVID-19. As a… » read more

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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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    Coronavirus is continuing to spread all over the world, with nearly three million confirmed cases in 185 countries. At least 200,000 people have died so far.[1] The COVID-19 virus was first detected in the city of Wuhan, China in late 2019. It spread almost all over the world in a very short period… » read more

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In this blog article as I said in my earlier articles, I will try to clarify and define the concepts of “migrants”, “asylum seekers” and “refugees”.   Research studies cover a variety of categories of migrants, such as immigrants, student migrants, economic migrants, internally displaced persons, unaccompanied minors, refugees, sans-papiers (undocumented migrants) and asylum seekers.… » read more

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