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THE WORLD ORDER: QUO VADIS? by Prof. Dr. Hüseyin Bağcı

OPINION   THE WORLD ORDER: QUO VADIS?[1]   Prof. Dr. Hüseyin Bağcı, 15 May 2021 President of the Foreign Policy Institute, Ankara   Almost all International Relations (IR) scholars agree that the current liberal international order is changing and gradually evolving into a new order. Yet no one is sure about the final shape, structure,

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DEĞİŞEN DÜNYA DENGELERİ PROF. DR. HÜSEYİN BAĞCI VE PROF. DR. TARIK OĞUZLU

Dış Politika Enstitüsü Başkanı Prof. Dr. Hüseyin Bağcı ile Prof. Dr. Tarık Oğuzlu arasında Değişen Dünya Dengeleri ve Türkiye’nin Konumlanışı üzerine olan sohbeti aşağıdaki linkten izleyebilirsiniz.   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1KFNiNUgDJc

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Youtube Video: FPI Global Talks Webinar – 7 December 2020 – Israel Turkey Relations

Foreign Policy Institue has organized a joint webinar with Israeli Embassy of Ankara on December 7th 2020. Participants; Israeli Charge d’Affaires Roey Gilad, Rtd. Ambassador Namık Tan and İlker Aytürk You can find the video of the webinar at the following link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=98MFmOW3EIk

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FPI ZOOM MEETING 10 DECEMBER – WEBINAR ON NATO FROM CZECH AND TURKISH PERSPECTIVES

Foreign Policy Institute is organizing a joint webinar with Embaasy of Czech Republic by the participation of the Ambassador of Czech Republic Pavel VACEK on December 10th 2020. The summary of the issues which will be discussed during the webinar are as follows. The webinar will be aired on zoom and open to everyone.   Topic:

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BOOK REVIEW: MEMORIES OF A FLYING PROFESSOR

Foreign Policy Institute’s President Prof. Dr. Hüseyin Bağcı has a new book in Turkish langıage named “Uçan Profesörün Anıları” where he gathered several events from his life. The video is a detailed review of this book. The link is below;

epa04647615 A tank T64B (L) said to have been seized from separatist rebels in the armed conflict in eastern Ukraine stands next to decorated tanks (C and R) which for many years form part of the musuem’s exhibits, in front of Motherland monument at the Ukrainian State Museum of the Great Patriotic War of 1941-1945 Years in Kiev, Ukraine, 04 March 2015. Fresh accusations of duplicity on 03 March cast new doubts about the chances of a ceasefire taking hold in eastern Ukraine, with the government accusing separatists rebels taking up front-line positions after only a brief withdrawal. Both sides had agreed to pull heavy weapons back from the front after an agreement penned last month in Minsk. But there has been much doubt about whether the agreement was holding – doubts that will only loom larger after the charges on 03 March.  EPA/ROMAN PILIPEY
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Effects of the End of the Cold War on Turkey’s International Position – Hüseyin Bağcı

Effects of the End of the Cold War on Turkey’s International Position   Hüseyin Bağcı   The system established in Yalta has ended and Europe has entered into a search for a “new system.” The end of Cold War and the Gulf War bring about  debates of a new order. Turkey also has entered into

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Dış Politika – Foreıgn Polıcy (Vol. XXXXIII- No.1, 2016) Notes on Recent Events and Thıs Issue – Oktay Aksoy

This issue of the Turkish Foreign Policy Institute journal was in the process of preparation when many challenges in the international scene and more so in the region increased as well as ambiguities remained. Furthermore, forthcoming Presidential elections in the US keep on hold many important decisions needed for an alliance in which Turkey is

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US Policy and the Iraq Time Bomb Prof. Dr. Hüseyin BAĞCI – 25 March 2002, Turkish News

US Policy and the Iraq Time Bomb Prof. Dr. Hüseyin BAĞCI – 25 March 2002, Turkish News When Zbigniew Brzezinski wrote his three consecutive articles in the National Interest in 2000 under the titles ‘Living with a New Russia,’ ‘Living with a New China,’ and ‘Living with a New Europa’ he was actually setting the