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Europe's energy security and caspian oil and natural gas
For the countries in the Caspian region, whether they have been endowed with large resources of oil and natural gas or not, the energy politics and energy security has been at the heart of their efforts to build sovereign ...
Geopolitics of caspian oil and gas
(The Social Science Research Society, 2012)
This paper provides an analysis of increasing geopolitical competition over energy rich Central Asia and Caucasus by key actors such as the U.S.A., Russia and China. In addition to an evaluation of the region’s future as ...
Comparative analysis of Russian and Chinese interest in Central Asia
(CA&CC Press, 2012)
In addition to the recent violent ethnic conflict in Kyrgyzstan, some of the other events attracting attention to politics in Central Asia are the Georgian-Russian war, the Color Revolutions, the Andijan events in Uzbekistan, ...
The de-radicalization of jihadists: Transforming armed islamist movements
(Wiley Blackwell, 2011)
Radicalization of islam in Central Asia: Theory, trends and prospects
(Uluslararası Stratejik Araştırmalar Kurumu Derneği (USAK), 2011)
Proliferation of radical Islamist movements across Central Asia since the collapse of the Soviet Union is substantiated by the increasing support to such groups as the Hizb utTahrir, the Al Islamiyya and the Islamic Movement ...
Orta Asya'da islam, siyaset ve güvenlik
(Uluslararası Stratejik Araştırmalar Kurumu (USAK), 2013)
An analysis of Turkish Russian rapprochement: Trends and prospects
(İstanbul Sabahattin Zaim Üniversitesi, 2012)
The history of tense bilateral relations between Turkey and Russia had changed dramatically in the last two decades. This paper will analyze reasons for this change and its implications. This project argues that first, ...
Explaining Terrorism: Causes, Processes and Consequences
(Wiley Blackwell, 2013)
Understanding transnational Islamist terrorism: The role and impact of informal networks and alliances
(Marmara University Research Center for International Relations, 2011)