+ International Studies



+ SPEECH MADE BY H.E. SÜLEYMAN DEMIREL AT THE 11th. INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE OF BALKAN POLITICAL CLUB (Ohrid, Macedonia, 20-21 FEBRUARY 2009) By Süleyman DEMIREL

Excellencies, Distinguished Participants, Ladies and Gentlemen, It gives me great pleasure to attend the 11th International Conference of the Balkan Political Club, of which I am a proud member. I am also honored to be given the opportunity to address such a distinguished audience, here in beautifu

+ The Impact of the Free Movement of Workers Undermining National Welfare States European Governance MAY 29, 2008 By Sophie Wulk, Prof. Dr. Eger

1. Introduction ?Ladies and gentlemen, ...Freedom of movement is one of Europe's fundamental rights and at a time when our priority in Europe is growth and jobs, mobility can strengthen our labour markets and fuel growth. Mobility should become a natural way for workers to gain skills and improve t

+ TURKEY'S CONTRIBUTIONS TO EUROPEAN UNION'S EXTERNAL ENERGY POLICY WITH REGARD TO CURRENT AND POSSIBLE PIPELINE PROJECTS JULY 3, 2008 By Sina KISACIK

1) Introduction In today?s world; European Union is accepted as the biggest economic bloc representing 450 million people? interests. Actually, European integration?s first common policy was in energy field in its establishment period. But, as time goes by its dependence to foreign energy resources

+ CURRENT AND POSSIBLE CONTRIBUTIONS OF TURKEY TO THE EFFECTIVE IMPLEMENTATION OF EU COMMON FOREIGN AND SECURITY POLICY JULY 3, 2008 By Sina KISACIK

European Union is regarded as one of the indispensible actors in today?s international politics. This is mostly because of its huge economic power. In order to be active foreign policy player, the European Union has created a seperate heading called as ? Common Foreign and Security Policy in Maastri

+ TURKEY'S CONTRIBUTIONS TO EU EXTARNAL ENERGY POLICY IN THE CONTEXT OF EAST WEST ENERGY CORRIDOR JULY 22, 2008 By Sina KISACIK

1) Introduction In today?s world; European Union is accepted as the biggest economic bloc representing 450 million people? interests. Actually, European integration?s first common policy was in energy field in its establishment period. But, as time goes by its dependence to foreign energy resources

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