“Euro-Turks” A Commentary
Author: Anna Triandafyllidou
Istituto Affari Internazionali (IAI) /
Stiftung Mercator /
Istanbul Policy Center (IPC)
This commentary discusses the concept of the term “Euro-Turk”, which refers to Turks that live in a European country other than Turkey and who are socially and economically integrated into that country, even though they may retain their Turkish citiz...
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PfP Consortium Quarterly Journal Spring 2014
Author: Shalva Dzebisashvili, Esmira Jafarova, David Tier, Georgi Tzvetkov, Ruben Tuitel, Gayane Novikova, Peter Foot
Partnership for Peace Consortium (PfPC) of Defense Academies and Security Studies Institutes
This issue of "Connections" includes articles on: 1) the capacity of potential NATO membership to influence political change within prospective member states, using Georgia as a case study; 2) the UN Security Council’s responses to the civil war in S...
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Al Nakhlah - Winter 2012
Author: Bilal Baloch, Sarah Charlton, Liam Hardy, Aaron Morris
Al Nakhlah /
Fletcher School, Tufts University
This issue features articles on crisis management in Libya, the role of leadership and rhetoric in identity politics, Sino-Iranian relations and the evolution of participation banking in Turkey.
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Building Bridges in Schools
Author: Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe
Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE)
This fact sheet describes the OSCE Mission to Bosnia and Herzegovina Building Bridges project which aims to strengthen bonds among and between schools and communities in a country that has a history of social and political division.
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Young Minds Rethinking the Mediterranean
Author: Nihan Akıncılar, Anna Alexieva, Jennifer Brindisi, Evinç Doğan, Amanda E Rogers, Beatrice Schimmang
Global Political Trends Center (GPoT)
This book sheds light on 'othering' - the dehumanizing of those different from us in order to place blame - and how this practice has in large part been responsible for the atrocities committed in the Euro-Mediterranean region.
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