İlgililerin Dikkatine!!! Başvuru Tarihi Güncellenmiştir! Enstitümüz tarafından 17-18 Nisan tarihlerinde düzenlenecek olan ‘Türkiye, NATO ve Transatlantik İlişkiler’ başlıklı sertifika programımıza başvurular başlamıştır. Detaylı bilgiye broşürlerden ulaşabilirsiniz.
Enstitümüz ve KAS Türkiye Temsilciliği tarafından ortaklaşa düzenlenecek olan ‘Almanya Tarihi ve Dış Politikası ve Türk-Alman İlişkileri’ başlıklı online sertifika programımız 23 ve 25 Mart tarihlerinde yapılacaktır.
Prof. Hüseyin Bağcı President of the Foreign Policy Institute South Caucasus is known by its mountainous and challenging territorial features. Accordingly, the people living in this region are known to be tough and often uncompromising. In fact, the region has such a complicated history with invasions, occupations, forced relocation of […]
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 […]
From a European and transatlantic standpoint, it is as troubling as it is counter-intuitive: a de facto partnership has developed between Russia and Turkey, surrounding Europe. Paradoxical as it may be, the trend is now clear and represents a thorn in the side of European and transatlantic interests. The paradox […]
On 10-11 December, the leaders of the EU countries come together in Brussels last time in this chaotical year. In addition to the fight against COVID 19 pandemic and EU-UK relations, the tension between Turkey and two EU member states, Greece and Cyprus, in the Eastern The Mediterranean will be […]
On September 23, the European Commission launched the “New Pact on Migration and Asylum,” proposing to overhaul the European Union’s long ailing policies in this area. European Union Vice President Margaritis Schinas likened the pact to a building with three floors, comprised of: an external dimension (“centered around strengthened partnerships […]
Overview: Following a long history of power struggles between Armenia and Azerbaijan, skirmishes continued even after the last full-scale war that brought to a ceasefire in 1994. A new conflict recently erupted in Nagorno-Karabakh on September 27th, resulting in many civilian casualties on both sides and increasing tensions world-wide. Calls […]
High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, Josep Borrell Frontelles made a speech at the European Parliament on 15 September. The EU’s Foreign affairs chief, Mr.Borrell made a statement concerning the Eastern Mediterranean and Turkey’s foreign relations at the meeting of the European Parliament. In […]
How is Davutoglu’s Strategic Depth viewed from the perspective of Turkic and Non-Turkic countries in the Caspian Region?
After the Kemalist revolution of 1923, Turkey started to pursue Western modernism with stabile and isolationist policy from their East neighbors and with the rejection of Ottoman culture. However, defensive and isolationist Western policy changed by Turgut Özal’s neo-Ottomanism approach. Demirel’s argument of the Turkish world from the Adriatic to […]
The newly emerged geopolitics in the Middle East could be understood via understanding America’s foreign policy preferences in the region, not only in today’s terms but also in the past since there is an evident controversy. According to the current President of the United States of America Donald Trump: The […]
In the 1910s, three important wars which were the First and Second Balkan Wars and First World War were lived. From these wars, everyone has a different importance. After Balkan Wars, independence and the map of states were determined, and after the First World War Kingdom of Yugoslavia was established. […]
The tension between Greece and Turkey in the Eastern Mediterranean continues feverishly. This is because countries can not compromise with other countries to protect their interests. A legal solution seems difficult due to the limited enforcement power of international law. The latest tension between the two countries is that the […]
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 […]
Western states, principally the Unites States and the EU, are concerned about the escalation of dispute in the Eastern Mediterranean.The persistent and uncompromising attitude of Turkey has been challenging Greece and the EU in political terms.In 2020, Eastern Mediterranean is like a bomb ready to explode due to the competition […]