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The Future of Turkish Foreign Policy, Spring 2002Wednesday, June 5, 2002
We have the pleasure of publishing the maiden issue of our subscription only new journal entitled “Turkish Policy Quarterly”. The journal is prepared and edited by the ARI Movement, an independent Turkish think tank. We believe that this...
Turkish Foreign Policy: Opening New Horizons for Turkey at the Beginning of a New Millennium, Spring 2002Wednesday, June 5, 2002
The single biggest challenge facing the world today is the fact that threats to peace and security are becoming increasingly more sophisticated and unpredictable. In such a volatile environment, Turkey has been actively using her diplomatic,...
Greece’s Foreign Policy In The 21st Century, Spring 2002Wednesday, June 5, 2002
  Greece is committed to embracing a ll those nations who strive for democracy within their frontiers, an d peaceful cooperation beyond them, into the European family. Throug h the process of the ever past neighbouring war in...
Economic Development: Institutional Convergence Versus Experimentation, Spring 2002Wednesday, June 5, 2002
Thinking on economic development has converged on the view that growth requires foreign technology and good institutions. Reforms in the areas of economic openness and governance have accordingly become the cornerstones of development strategy in...
Turkey Versus Argentina: A Comparative Analysis with a Long Term Perspective, Spring 2002Wednesday, June 5, 2002
The stories of Turkey and Argentina need to be viewed from three different perspectives to better understand the causes and trajectory of the crises experienced by the two countries: 1.The long term development path. 2.The major economic imbalances...
Turkey's New Economic Diplomacy: Balancing Commercial Interests with Geopolitical Goals, Spring 2002Wednesday, June 5, 2002
The need for a comprehensive reform agenda has become extremely pressing in Turkey. At the international level, the key element is Turkey’s drive towards EU membership, which will require a huge overhaul of its regime, practices and governance...
Turkey’s Foreign Policy Challenges in the New MillenniumWednesday, June 5, 2002
 Since the end of the Cold War, Turkey finds itself at a crossroads as it is faced with new security challenges such as reformulation of the security institutions and the emergence of new threats to security.  The newly shaping security...
Cyprus and the EU: Catalyst for Negotiations or Settlement?, Spring 2002Wednesday, June 5, 2002
Throughout the 1990s and up until late 2001, the EU variable in the Cyprus conflict failed to trigger a settlement on the island. Yet, with the resumption of direct talks between the two Cypriot leaders, the EU is faced with a unique opportunity to...
An Analysis of the Ideological Space Underlying Turkish Party Preferences, Spring 2002Wednesday, June 5, 2002
The paper focuses on party choice of Turkish voters. The spatial model of voting  that was successfuly applied in many other country contexts is adopted. The paper  aims to grasp the cognitive organisation of voters’ attitudes about...
Argentina's Experience: Any Lessons for Turkey?, Spring 2002Wednesday, June 5, 2002
The purpose of this note is to present a recap of the Argentina and Turkish experiences with stabilization over the years in order to help shift the focus of comparison between the two countries within domestic circles towards a more academic...
The Role of Turkey, NGOs and the Arı Movement in the 21st Century The Role of Turkey, NGOs and the Arı Movement in the 21st Century Friday, June 18, 1999
This was the report presented to US President Bill Clinton at the NGO meeting held on 19 November 1999 in Istanbul. At this, the following NGO representatives participated: Mr. Yılmaz Ensaroğlu of the human rights group Mazlum-Der; Mr. Hayrettin...