+ International Studies



+ OBAMA'S INDIA VISIT NOV 24, 2010 By Siddhartha S.Bhadrakumar

Much has been made up of Obama?s India visit. Much has also been made of India?s supposed rise. Both assumptions are fallacious according to my opinion. That Obama is now a lame duck President and possibly a one-term President seems to state the obvious. The visit is unlikely to have shored up Obama

+ OBAMA'S INDIA VISIT NOV 24, 2010 By Siddhartha S.Bhadrakumar

Much has been made up of Obama?s India visit. Much has also been made of India?s supposed rise. Both assumptions are fallacious according to my opinion. That Obama is now a lame duck President and possibly a one-term President seems to state the obvious. The visit is unlikely to have shored up Obama

+ TURKEY AND THE UNITED STATES: EASING RELATIONS, UNCERTAIN FUTURE JUNE 5, 2009 By Tülin DALOĞLU ISSUED BY ISDP, TURKEY ANALYIST

The relationship between the United States and Turkey has traditionally relied heavily on military cooperation. However, President Barack Obama?s April trip to Turkey created an impetus to build a stronger economic connection ? provided that businesses find a profitable incentive to work together. B

+ CONFLICT OF INTANGIBLES 12 SEPTEMBER 2006 By Siddhartha S.Bhadrakumar

The recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling against the detention of terrorists and combatants in Guantanamo Bay, represents on closer scrutiny in the light of previous judgments, a ?storm in a teacup?. What exactly the judgment is about and what it entails is what this paper seeks to consider. Supreme

+ TURKISH AMERICAN RELATIONS 13 DECEMBER 2005 By Umut ARIK

Today there are those who believe that the Turkish-American relations are no longer strategic. To accept these doubts at face value would be a fatal error. To say the least, Turkey and the US are conjointly interested in vital strategic areas of international intcr-action. Yes, the global scene h

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