In: Turkey

Deep-rooted crisis in the US Turkish Relations
November 11, 2017

During the speech Obama made in Turkish Parliament in 2009, he noted that “Ottoman Sultan Abdulmecid sent a marble plaque that…

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Turkey and the US Relations
October 3, 2017

There are too many issues that make the US-Turkey relations as difficult as they have never been and over the past few…

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The Rift Between EU and Turkey: The Old Wine in a New Bottle
March 30, 2017

Turkey’s long journey of Europeanisations is full of twists and turns. When it comes to the historical roots, hundred years old…

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Dog fights in the Aegean: Instability on the European frontline in the face of a leaderless free world
January 22, 2017

On December 4th while the Greek defense minister was visiting the small island of Kastelorizo on the frontier with Turkey, four…

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Turkey and the International Authoritarian Moment
November 13, 2016

Arguably, authoritarianism and populism are some of the two nowadays most discussed concepts.[1] In his March 2016 Defense One article, Manu…

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Friends in Weakness, Foes in Strength: Turkey and Russia
December 22, 2015

Turkish F-16s shot down a Russian military jet along the Syrian border on on November 24, 2015. Since than the flames…

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Turkey’s power in the Mediterranean region and the implications on its relations with the European Union
June 20, 2015


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The New Gallipoli Campaign: Turkey’s Secular Strife
April 29, 2015

One hundred years ago two days ago, the 25th of April 1915, the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps 3rd Infantry…

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Turkish democracy: The context matters
March 24, 2015

I do study political science, yet I am not an expert on Turkish politics per se. Moreover, personally I am not…

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Democracy in Turkey: Running in the fog
May 23, 2014

Editor’s Note: This article was written by former ADV author Ertuğrul Genç. As a “second-wave” democracy that at least managed to establish…

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