Erdoğan’s Politics and His Presidential Mission

The “New Turkey” project that is at the center of Erdoğan’s reform is comprised of three factors: independence, democracy and development.

The Myth of Anti-Westernism

It is quite ironic that a supposedly pro-Western opposition seeks to undermine the possibility of Turkey's critical integration into the West.

What Do We Learn From Violence?

The diversified nature of the rioters, and the beginning of the use of violence by these groups, as seen by their destruction of public and private property and the killing of members of the HÜDA PAR, raised questions about the protests.

Leading the G20: the Right Moment For Take Off

Turkey will enjoy the opportunity to bring its own policy priorities as well as the priorities of developing countries across those areas to the attention of the leaderships of 20 major world economies.

The Battlefront of the ISIS-PYD Encounter Ayn Al-Arab (Kobani)

When has the PKK and the PYD’s relation with the Asad Regime started and how has it evolved? Why has ISIS begun to target the PYD? What are the possible implications of the fall of Ayn Al Arab?

Security Sector Reform and the Arab Spring

What is the role of the Security Sector in triggering the Arab-Majority Uprisings? What kinds of obstacles is Security Sector Reform facing? What steps need to be taken in order to facilitate Security Sector Reform?



Not an Omen But a Joy for Turkey

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