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Beyond Energy: Remarks about the Direction of Turkish-Russian Relations and Their Implications for the Cyprus Problem 2 juillet 2015

Posted by Acturca in Energy / Energie, Russia / Russie, South East Europe / Europe du Sud-Est, Turkey / Turquie.
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Euxeinos (GCE-HSG) 18/2015, pp. 28-38
Issue: Energy and Integration in the Black Sea Region

By Ayla Gürel & Harry Tzimitras *

In 2012 analysts were warning that the Syrian crisis could undermine the steadily improving relationship between Turkey and Russia. Three years on, the expected erosion of the Turkish-Russian friendship has yet to occur. (suite…)

Soft Power in Turkish Foreign Policy: New Instruments and Challenges 27 mai 2013

Posted by Acturca in Middle East / Moyen Orient, Turkey / Turquie, Turkey-EU / Turquie-UE.
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Euxeinos (GCE-HSG) 10/2013, pp. 7-15
Issue: Strategic Depth through Soft Power: The Domestic Production and International Projection of Turkish Culture

by Selcen Öner *

During the Cold War era and in the 1990s as well, Turkey was considered mostly as a “hard power” because of the high influence of its military in politics and deficiencies in its democracy and human rights. In the first decade of the 21st century several internal and external developments have positively contributed to Turkey’s “soft power”. (suite…)

The Turkish minority in Bulgaria 27 novembre 2012

Posted by Acturca in South East Europe / Europe du Sud-Est, Turkey / Turquie.
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Euxeinos. Culture and Governance in the Black Sea Region (GCE-HSG) 8/2012, pp. 12-18

Marina Liakova *

The Turks constitute the largest ethnic minority in Bulgaria. The Turkish minority is well represented in politics and public administration, but it only marginally takes part in social and economic life in Bulgaria. (suite…)