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13 December 2013 Friday
ARTS & CULTURE
THINK TANK CAFE
FASHION & BEAUTY
SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
ORSAM - Centre for Middle Eastern Strategic Studies
The Centre for Strategic Communication (STRATIM)
EPC - European Policy Centre
BILGESAM - Wise Men Center for Strategic Studies
SAM - Center for Strategic Research
IPC - Istanbul Policy Center
SDE - Institute of Strategic Thinking
SETA - Foundation for Political, Economic and Social Research
GMF - The German Marshall Fund on Turkey
TESEV - Turkish Economic and Social Studies Foundation
TASAM - Turkish Asian Center for Strategic Studies
TURKSAM - Turkish Centre for International Relations and Strategic Analysis
USAK - International Strategic Research Organisation
European Stability Initiative
GPOT - Global Political Trends Center
IMPR - International Middle East Peace Research Center
Ankara Strategy Institute
The Triangle of Capitalism, USA, and the 2008 Global Crisis
While the concept of crisis is generally treated in an economical axis, it will not be better to define the developments lived during and after the crisis as “economical, financial or fiscal” and to accept it only as a “refraction” in the finance sector.
28 November 2013 /ABDULLAH YILMAZ/ADNAN ÇELİK, STRATEGIC OUTLOOK,
Shale projects lagging in Eastern Europe
“Shale perspectives” in Eastern Europe are challenged by delaying tactics of industry majors. Media coverage of shale gas development is positive but in Lithuania and Poland global oil & gas companies one by one drop bids to explore for unconventional. Lack of business awareness and overdependence on preliminary estimates of shale reserves may lead to the same result in Ukraine.
7 November 2013 /IGOR ALEXEEV, STRATEGIC OUTLOOK,
Energy wars on Caspian Basin
Today, many of the world’s likely flashpoints for conventional conflict between lie under water. Such disputes have prompted states to stake their claim with methods ranging from tragic -- China’s bullying of the Philippines over disputed reefs -- to the comic--- witness the Russian Federation planting a metallic flag the arctic seafloor in 2007.
28 October 2013 /JOSEPH HAMMOND, STRATEGIC OUTLOOK,
Arab Spring and the Day After: What Went Wrong for Turkey?
Everything would have been perfect, from Turkey’s perspective, if the internal chaos engulfing many Middle Eastern countries for the last three years had come to an end with the victory of those social forces that represent the majority in their countries and strive to achieve a balanced coexistence between traditional values, notably Islam, on the one hand and the requirements of a modern life, notably secularism, pluralism and liberalism, on the other.
16 October 2013 /TARIK OĞUZLU, ORSAM,
Kaliningrad of the Caucasus
R+ is speaking to Mehmet Fatih Oztarsu, Turkey's only expert on the Caucasus region who lived and was educated in all the three countries of the South Caucasus. Being vice-chairman of the Turkish analytical centre Strategic Outlook, M.F. Oztarsu comes up with analytical materials on the region's countries.
9 October 2013 /CINGIZ MAMMADOV, STRATEGIC OUTLOOK,
Fitch: Russian natural gas export opens Eastern horizons
Real alternative to EU exports is born during recent the talks in Moscow. The Representatives of Chinese National Petroleum Company and Russia’s oil & gas giants Gazprom and Novatek have inked the agreement to sell the abundant Siberian resources to the fast-growing Eastern market.
27 September 2013 /IGOR ALEXEEV, STRATEGIC OUTLOOK,
The return of a dictatorship after a revolution
From the dream of freedom, social justice and economic reforms, the Egyptian Revolution ended up with the most horrible crimes against humanity. Hopes are lost and dreams are shattered as we witnessed the return of dictatorship represented in the crack down on the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) and their supporters.
13 September 2013 /YASMINE M. FAKHRY, STRATEGIC OUTLOOK,
The most read articles
Erdoğan urges Bangladesh to halt execution of opposition leader
Draft law on state secrets prompts concerns in Turkey amid profiling leaks
Koç holding’s bank ordered to pay $50 mln in taxes, fines
Syrian refugees in Turkey caught in cold
FM Davutoğlu meets with Nalbandian in sign of thaw with Armenia
EuroStat ranks Turkey 30th out of 37 countries in purchasing power
Report: Court of Accounts will not prepare audits for 3 years
South Africa admits mistake over ‘schizophrenic' Mandela signer
AK Party spokesman says no plan for early elections
Turkish FM protested in visit to Armenian capital
ALİ ZEYNEL GÖKPINAR
Tragedy of the Kurdish negotiation process
The road to Shanghai? How democratic are we?
How Turkey's illiberal democrats abuse state power
How does Erdoğan hurt the liberal pious of Turkey?
M. EDİB YILMAZ
Erdoğan feeling electoral heat
Mandela set the bar so high
Peace stays distant from Nagorno-Karabakh
Is Turkey's democracy a liberal one?
The 21st century: Is it the Kurds' time?
Mandela: still present, still political
Battle continues: Erdoğan vs Merkel
Our privacy is for sale
Erdoğan's 'social contract': Lockean or Hobbesian?
ERDOAN A. SHIPOLI
Syria at an eve of a decision
Killing our workers
What the EU fails to see in the new Turkey
E. BARIŞ ALTINTAŞ
What's really wrong with Pavey's speech
International students in Turkey
When will Turkey do away with forced conscription?
What is next for Terim-less Galatasaray?
Turkey strikes back
For a healthier foreign policy debate
Dear Turkey, America doesn't like you enough
How to depose an unpopular leader -- and how unpopular was he?
Turkey's blind spot on the left
Gezi Park’s finest
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