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Turkish Efforts in Peacekeeping and the Introduction of the TUBAKOV Dataset: An Exploratory Analysis
(Routledge Journals Taylor & Francis Ltd, 2018)
This study introduces the TUBAKOV dataset which offers extensive data on 57 peacekeeping operations (PKOs) that Turkey has contributed to between the years 1988-2015. TUBAKOV improves existing data in several ways. First ...
Turkey and the changing energy geopolitics of Eurasia
(Elsevier Science, 2019)
While Turkeys geographical location is usually viewed as a major advantage in the energy sphere since many countries in its immediate neighbourhood require active Turkish collaboration in order to export or import oil and ...
Energy Security: NATO's New Threat Perception
(Uluslararası İlişkiler Konseyi Derneği, 2014)
Energy security could enter NATO's security agenda as one of the main issues just during the last decade. NATO leaders recognize that the disruption of the flow of vital resources could affect Alliance security interests. ...
Turkish Foreign Policy and Cross-border Cooperation in the South Caucasus
(IOS Press, 2013)
This article aims at a comprehensive evaluation of Turkey's foreign policy in the Caucasus after 2008. An assessment related to the responses given and the steps taken by Turkey with respect to the emergent events would ...
Terrorist Threats to Energy Critical Infrastructure Technology and Protection Systems
(IOS Press, 2013)
Critical infrastructure is an umbrella term referring to a country's assets that are essential to the nation's security public health and safety economic vitality and way of life. This infrastructure is owned or operated ...
Energy Security in South East Europe
The Only Thing We Have to Fear: Post 9/11 Institutionalization of In-security [Korkmamız gereken tek şey: 11 Eylül sonrasında güvensizliğin kurumsallaşması]
(Uluslararası İlişkiler Konseyi Derneği, 2012)
During the last decade billions of dollars have been spent to increase security measures in the United States. New institutions including a department for homeland security have been established new security tools have ...
The Russian Policies in the South Caucasus
(IOS Press, 2011)
In the post-2000 period, Russia's relations with the former Soviet geography, or its "near abroad," are dominated by such issues as energy, namely the dependence of the surrounding countries on Russia, changes in the trade ...
Escalating rivalries and diverging interests: prospects for stability and security in the Black Sea region
(Routledge Journals Taylor & Francis Ltd, 2010)
The Black Sea region is increasingly becoming a priority on the international agenda. In fact a regional approach is emerging as actors understand that common problems need to be addressed jointly. Nevertheless cooperation ...