Acturca Journal Watch November 2010 novembre 30, 2010Posted by Acturca in Académique, Acturca Journal Watch, Economie, Energie, Etats-Unis, Histoire, Immigration, Livres, Moyen Orient, Turquie, Turquie-UE, UE.
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Acturca Journal and Periodical Review, November 2010
Compiled by Ozan Yigitkeskin
Acturca Journal Watch monitors leading scholarly journals for articles of particular interest to scholars of diplomacy, foreign relations, and international history on Turkey. It is updated monthly. (en savoir plus…)
Turkey’s role as mediator mars 8, 2009Posted by Acturca in Caucase, Europe du Sud-Est, Moyen Orient, Russie, Turquie.
Tags: Armenia, Cyprus, diplomacy, foreign policy, Greece, Iran, Israël, Jacinda Chan, mediator, Russie, Syria, Turkey, Turquie
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The Diplomatic Courier (USA), March 8, 2009
By Jacinda Chan, Contributor
Turkey has improved relations with many adversaries but cannot succeed as a mediator because its foreign problems distract the country from focusing on mediation efforts. Turkey however, practices what it preaches—dialogue solves problems. (en savoir plus…)