The Washington Review of Turkish & Eurasian Affairs

A New Chance for GUAM

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In the light of the current events in East Europe, a new chance can emerge for the revival of GUAM, an organization established by Georgia, Ukraine, Azerbaijan and Moldova in 1997. The bloc that has s [ … ]

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Peace Discourse between India-Pakistan: Prospects and Challenges

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India-Pakistan share a long history of bitterness and mistrust. Today Pakistan and India subsist in a context of negative peace; an awkward situation where there is no peace and no war. Both of them h [ … ]

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Iraqi Kurds and State-Building

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Kurdistan is a region located between Iran, Turkey, Syria, and Iraq[1]. This region started as a united area known as Kurdistan, but after the (Chalderan) War the country was divided into four parts a [ … ]

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The Reality Behind Russia's Turkish Stream

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Last December Moscow took Europe by surprise with an announcement that South Stream, a 63 billion cubic metre (bcm) pipeline designed to bring Russian natural gas to southern Europe across the Black [ … ]

 

Pivot to Asia: US Strategy to Contain China or to Rebalance Asia?

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The recent changes in the global politics and economy have spurred the world powers to do the utmost in furthering their national goals in-order to seek multiple financial gains. The economic hunger a [ … ]

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NGOs in the Kurdistan Region - Iraq: 1991-2014

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This paper analyzes dynamics of domestic and international NGOs within civil society as well as their relationships with the government of the semi-autonomous Kurdistan Regional Government (Iraq). The [ … ]

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Conference on Turkey's New Foreign Policy Conference on Turkey's New Foreign Policy CENTER FOR DEMOCRACY AND CIVIL SOCIETY        presents   TURKEY'S NEW FOREIGN POLICY   conference panel featuring   Daniel Brumberg (Georgetown University) Omer Taspinar (Brookings) Yossi Shain (Georgetown University) Fevzi Bilgin (St. Mary's College, Washington Review)   moderator Sinan Ciddi (Institute of Turkish Studies at Georgetown University)   Wednesday, Oct... Read more...
Conference: Russia and Eurasia: 20 Years After The Soviet Union Conference: Russia and Eurasia: 20 Years After The Soviet Union CONFERENCE: RUSSIA AND EURASIA: 20 YEARS AFTER THE SOVIET UNION  April 14, 2011, Washington DC   Twenty years after the fall of the Soviet Union, Russia's geopolitical environment has changed dramatically. The emergence of new states in Eastern Europe and Central Asia, the widening of European integration, and the rise of China have all transformed Russia's rela... Read more...
Conference on Turkish & Eurasian Affairs Conference on Turkish & Eurasian Affairs The Washington Review of Turkish & Eurasian Affairs, in partnership with The Center for the Study of Democracy at St. Mary's College of Maryland, held a a one-day conference at Historic St. Mary's City, Maryland, November 23, 2010. The goal of the conference was to address critical issues affecting Turkey and Eurasian societies. The conference brought together scholars from across the socia... Read more...
Conference on Deep State, Ergenekon, and Turkey's Constitutional Referendum Conference on Deep State, Ergenekon, and Turkey's Constitutional Referendum The Washington Review of Turkish & Eurasian Affairs held a conference at the National Press Club in Washington DC, on September 15, 2010,  three days after the critical constitutional referendum in Turkey, featuring Wayne Madsen, Joe Lauria, Mustafa Akyol, Levent Korkut, and Ihsan Bal.   FEATURED SPEAKERS Wayne Madsen is a Washington, DC-based investigative journ... Read more...
Reception at APSA 2010 Reception at APSA 2010 The Washington Review  held a reception at the annual meeting of the American Political Science Association, in Washington, DC, on September 4, 2010. The event provided a friendly venue for political scientists who work on Turkey and Eurasia to meet and network.      Read more...