Please join the Center for American Progress and Global Political Trends Center for a private roundtable discussion with Turkish Cypriot Representative in charge of Foreign Affairs Emine Çolak. Join us to discuss with Ms. Çolak the latest negotiations and the prospects of a deal.
It has been only roughly four decades since the environmental securities in the MENA region has increasingly gained prominence. On one hand, water scarcity and on the other hand climate change, are threatening fragile social, ecological resilience and economic stability in a region already stricken by turmoil and violence.
Today, almost every aspect of the Broader Middle Eastern and North African (BMENA) region continues to change at a remarkably fast pace. In response, Global Political Trends Center (GPoT) utilizes its expertise as a think-tank to issue this Regional Updates report.
9.7.2015 | Istanbul
Video from Turkey-Armenia Journalism Award 2012
GPoT Center together with the Eurasia Partnership Foundation and Yerevan Press Club held the second annual "Turkey-Armenia Journalism Award" ceremony on the premises of the British Consulate General in Istanbul on June 14, 2012. The winners of the 2012 award were Ms. Hilâl Kaplan of Yeni Şafak (Turkey) and Ms. Lilit Gasparyan of Yerkir Media (Armenia). The video features speeches delivered by the British Consul General in Istanbul - Mrs. Jessica Hand; Chair of the Board of Trustees of Istanbul Kültür University - Mrs. Bahar Akıngüç Günver; Associate Country Director of the Eurasia Partnership
GPoT Center is pleased to announce that the new publication, “The Turkish Ambassador’s Residence and the Cultural History of Washington, D.C.,” is now available for purchase online. Please visit the websites below to buy the product:
Sylvia Tiryaki (43) sa vydala do Turecka, krajiny, kde to ženy niekedy nemusia mať ľahké. Presadila sa ako profesorka na univerzite a tiež na poli diplomacie pomáha urovnávať zložité vzťahy v celom regióne.
After the Pope’s remarks, the calls from the European Parliament stating that “1915 is a genocide, Ankara should open its archives and make peace with Yerevan” received harsh reactions from Turkey (...)