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(Original Caption) WASHINGTON, D.C.: U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger appears before the Senate Appropriations Committee in Washington April 15 to urge approval of President Gerald Ford’s request for military and humanitarian aid to South Vietnam. After a period in which he was hailed for his diplomatic success, Kissinger recently has been the target of increasing domestic and foreign criticism as events unfold in the Middle East and in Cambodia and South Vietnam.

Welcome Back to Kissinger’s World

BY MICHAEL HIRSH Neoconservatism has died, and liberal internationalism is discredited. Perhaps it’s time to return to the ideas of one of the last century’s greatest realists. You can hate Henry Kissinger and think him evil. What you can’t do is ignore him—especially now. So argues Barry Gewen in his incisive new intellectual history of Kissinger

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  Here is the article about that development from Depending on the structure of the international system at different time periods, Turkish foreign policy interests, security definitions, alliance relationships, maneuvering capability and diplomatic practices evinced variations. The time period between 1923 and 1939 had a multipolar international and regional environment with none of the

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Presentations at METU Panel “International Relations and Area Studies” June 17 2015

Presentations at METU Panel “International Relations and Area Studies” June 17 2015 – Introduction to the Panel Discussions Seyfi Taşhan In this panel we will be studying part of the efforts of the Foreign Policy Institute in the field of area studies. According to US academic circles area studies are a form of translation and