İstikşafi Görüşmeler Başlarken Yunanistan’ın Siyasi Görünümü ve Silahlanma Çabaları

2019 ve 2020’de Atina ile Ankara arasında gerilime sebep olan sorunların araştırılarak çözüm bulunmasına yönelik istikşafi (exploratory) görüşmeler bugün (25 Ocak 2021) İstanbul’da başlayacaktır. Her iki tarafında bu konuda kendine özgü argümanları olduğu ve bunlardan ödün vermekten uzak duracakları değerlendirilmektedir. Umarız bu konudaki girişimler NATO üyesi olan her iki taraf […]

21st September EU Council

On September 21st 2020, the day has been addressed many issues in the actual European Commission in Brussels: Belarusian crisis, Turkey Eastern Mediterranean issue, Venezuela, Libya civil war, the European Union-China relations, the Russian issue, Lebanon, the European Union, and African Relations. The election was lived on 9th August 2020 […]

FPI PRESIDENT PROF. DR. HÜSEYİN BAĞCI IS LIVE ON HABERTURK TV

➡️ Doğu Akdeniz'de artan gerilim➡️ Yunanistan, Fransa ve AB'den açıklamalar ➡️ Sondaj çalışmaları devam edecek mi?#NedirNeDeğildir'de bugün 21:00'de @ersoyakif1'in konukları; Kadir Sağdıç, Dr. Erdoğan Karakuş, @meteyarar, Prof. Dr. Hüseyin Bağcı (@profbagci) ve @mustafabalbay pic.twitter.com/8a9PhelydN — Habertürk TV (@HaberturkTV) August 13, 2020

How NATO Can Avoid a Strategic Decoupling in the Eastern Mediterranean

Since an extraordinary naval standoff occurred between French and Turkish warships in the Eastern Mediterranean in early June, Paris and Ankara have been trading increasingly sharp verbal blows over their respective actions in implementing the UN arms embargo on Libya. While this may appear to be just another moment of […]

DEEP SEA RIVALS: EUROPE, TURKEY, AND NEW EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN CONFLICT LINES

The eastern Mediterranean is becoming ever more perilous as geopolitical fault lines steadily enmesh the region. These rifts emerge from the Cyprus ‘frozen conflict’, competition for valuable gas fields, and the increasingly entangled wars in Libya and Syria. Overview: Fear and loathing in the Eastern Mediterranean Asli Aydıntaşbaş Julien Barnes-Dacey […]

Cyprus: Situation Status Quo

Cyprus: Situation Status Quo By: Seyfi Tashan In his article that appeared in the Hürriyet Daily News of February 4th, 2020 columnist Yusuf Kanlı analyzes the pre-Presidential election programs of political parties in Northern Cyprus and informs us that a great majority of party leaders support federation as a solution […]

CYPRUS AND THE EUROPEAN UNION: THE RELEVANT FACTORS – ANDREW MANGO

CYPRUS AND THE EUROPEAN UNION: THE RELEVANT FACTORS (*)                                                                            ANDREW MANGO               There are no examples of the reconstitution of multiethnic societies, after these have broken up into separate ethnic components.   Negotiations are continuing between the European Union and the government of the Republic of Cyprus – a […]

THE CYPRUS PROBLEM – RAUF DENKTAŞ

                    THE CYPRUS PROBLEM (*)                                              RAUF DENKTAŞ       The search for a settlement of the Cyprus problem through inter-communal talks has been in progress since June, 1968. The success of the intercommunal talks must necessarily depend on identity of views on the diagnosis of the Cyprus problem.   The […]

A second ‘non-dialogue policy with the EU?’ Prof. Dr. Hüseyin BAĞCI – 20 November 2000, Turkish Daily News

A second ‘non-dialogue policy with the EU?’ Prof. Dr. Hüseyin BAĞCI – 20 November 2000, Turkish Daily News Turkey is heading with great political speed for another “non-dialogue” with the European Union. In particular, Turkish public opinion is very angry about the decision of the European Parliament to accept the […]