Etiket: middle east

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Libya

Libya’da Seçimlere kadar Yönetecek Geçici Konsey Seçildi

Libya’da taraflar arasında anlaşma sağlandı ve seçimlere kadar yönetecek geçici konsey belirlendi. Birleşmiş Milletlerin girişimi ile İsviçre’de toplanan Libya Siyasi Diyalog Forumu (LSDF) üyeleri yaptıkları seçimle Başkanlık Konseyi Başkanlığına Muhammed Menfi’yi ve Başbakanlığa da Abdulhamid Dibeybe’yi getirmiştir. Libya Siyasi Diyalog Forumu, 11 Haziran 2015 tarihinde 22 katılımcı ile BM öncülüğünde Fas’ta toplanarak hazırlık döneminde yol

middle east

Power in Middle East

The Middle East is a transcontinental region in Afro-Eurasia which generally includes Western Asia, all of Egypt, and Turkey. Also, its importance comes from not only being transcontinental but also having an energy source of oil. This situation results in a want to have an active role in Middle East states which are there as

ıdlib

Idlıb crisis

The Civil War, which started with the increasing opposition to the regime in Syria in 2011, continues today. Turkey is bordered by Syria and Turkey to remain silent in this war because it was impossible. Although the first year of the war in Turkey’s foreign policy ;zero problems with neighbors policy was not to interfere

lubnan

Lebanon Needs a New Start

BY JAVIER SOLANA Lebanon is mired in its most serious crisis since the 1975-90 civil war, and the recent explosion in Beirut is just the tip of the iceberg. Any hope the country might have of rising from its ashes will lie, as in Tunisia, in allowing local voices to ring loud and dynamic social

Iran

A GENERAL PERSPECTIVE OF THE MIDDLE EAST (INTERVIEW WITH PROF. MELIHA ALTUNIŞIK – HEAD OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS DEPARTMENT OF METU),(MAY, 2007)

Introduction and Question: Our topic now is the Middle East, a general perspective and perspectives for the near future. The speaker will be Prof. Meliha Altunışık. Head of the International Relations Department of the Middle East Technical University. My first question goes to her: There are quite a number of developments, some which are chronic