Author: ResearchTurkey

Interview with Mr. Kemal Burkay (1st Part): If September 12th Coup D’état Never Happened, Peaceful Solution to the Kurdish Problem Was Possible

Interview with Mr. Kemal Burkay (1st Part): If September 12th Coup D’état Never Happened, Peaceful Solution to the Kurdish Problem Was Possible

Interview with Mr. Kemal Burkay (1st Part): If September 12th Coup D’état Never Happened, Peaceful Solution to the Kurdish Problem Was Possible  Chairman of The...

Interview with Dr. Ulrich Sedelmeier: Turkey’s EU Membership, “a Political, not a Technical Question”

Interview with Dr. Ulrich Sedelmeier: Turkey’s EU Membership, “a Political, not a Technical Question”

EU Enlargement and Turkey’s Accession Process Interview Series I: Interview with Dr. Ulrich Sedelmeier: Turkey’s EU Membership, “a Political, not a Technical Question” Nowadays the...

Research Turkey Conference: “The Turkish Economy at the Cross-roads: Its Recent Past and Future Vulnerabilities”, Prof. Dr. Vefa Tarhan, 4 March 2013, Portcullis House – House of Commons

Research Turkey Conference: “The Turkish Economy at the Cross-roads: Its Recent Past and Future Vulnerabilities”, Prof. Dr. Vefa Tarhan, 4 March 2013, Portcullis House – House of Commons

Professor Doctor Vefa Tarhan gave a speech on March 4, 2013 in the House of Commons of the Parliament of United Kingdom as the guest...

Interview with Mr. Tuma Çelik: “We have the problem of claiming ourselves rather than claiming our confiscated property”

Interview with Mr. Tuma Çelik: “We have the problem of claiming ourselves rather than claiming our confiscated property”

Syriac people are among the oldest inhabitants of Mesopotamia tracing their roots back 5000- 6000 years ago. They are as Orthodox among the first Christian...

The Declaration of Support from the Academics and Professionals in Britain for Liberties and Professional Rights in Turkey

The Declaration of Support from the Academics and Professionals in Britain for Liberties and Professional Rights in Turkey

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