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  • CESRAN International named the World’s #86 “Best Independent Think Tank”

    CESRAN International is pleased to announce that it has been named the world’s number 86 “Best Independent Think Tank”. The ranking was announced in the 2016 Global Go To Think Tank Index Report compiled by the University of Pennsylvania’s Think Tanks and Civil Societies Program (TTCSP) at the Lauder Institute. CESRAN International was also ranked 76th among the

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  • The 12th issue of Journal of Global Analysis is out now…

    The 12th issue of JGA (Journal of Global Analysis) is out now… You may download the articles through its own website: http://journalofglobalanalysis.com/?page_id=17 VOLUME VI NO II – JULY 2016 TABLE OF CONTENTS Research Articles IMS-Growth Triangle, SADC and APEC: A Brief Analysis of Regional Integration and Transborder Relations from Critical Geopolitical Perspectives By Dr. Iqbal Shailo Debating

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  • CESRAN International is ranked among the world’s “Best Independent Think Tanks” and “Top Environment Policy Think Tanks”

    CESRAN International is ranked among the world’s “Best Independent Think Tanks” and “Top Environment Policy Think Tanks” by the Think Tanks and Civil Societies Program (TTCSP) at the University of Pennsylvania. The Think Tanks and Civil Societies Program (TTCSP) at the University of Pennsylvania conducts research on the role policy institutes play in governments and civil

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  • President of CESRAN International to Receive Top Peace Award in Washington

    The President of CESRAN International, Professor Alp Ozerdem is to be honoured with one of Nigeria’s foremost peace awards at a ceremony in Washington. Alpaslan Özerdem will receive the International Peace Medal of the Peace Corps of Nigeria (PCN) in recognition of his lifetime achievements and outstanding leadership in the field of peacebuilding. Professor Özerdem has

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  • JGA | Vol. 3 No. 1

    VOLUME III NO I JANUARY 2012 Click here to Download the Entire Issue (PDF | 3.836 KB) TABLE OF CONTENTS ARTICLES Hard Power in a Soft Package: The ‘True’ Conservatism of Obama Leadership in Foreign Policy By Dr. Matthew D. Crosston The USA: Challenges of the Superpower By Dr. Ketevan Rostiashvili Security Policy in the

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  • JGA | Vol. 2 No. 2

    Journal of Global Analysis Vol. 2 | No. 2 | 2011 Click here to Download the Entire Issue Articles (Dis) Integration and the Emergence of the State System in the Middle East Dr. Imad El-Anis Pages 9 – 28 Full Article PDF | 364 KB China’s Naval Policy Off The Coast Of Somalia International Participation,

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  • JGA | Vol. 2 No. 1

    Journal of Global Analysis (JGA) Vol. 2 | No. 1 | 2011 Pages 1 – 110 Click here to Download the Entire Issue >>> Articles The Cosmopolitan Epics of 2004: A Case Study By Assoc. Prof. Saverio Giovacchini Pages 7 – 26 Full Article PDF | 414 KB Is Aid the Capital Component Making Countries Efficient? A

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  • JGA | Vol. 1 No. 2

    Journal of Global Analysis Vol.1 | No.2 | 2010 Click here to Download the Entire Issue (PDF | 4.677 KB) Contents | Articles The Sociolinguistics of a Nollywood Movie By Dr. Emmanuel Adedayo Adedun (PDF | 842 KB) Turkey’s Increasing Role in Afghanistan By Muharrem Eksi (PDF | 750 KB) Risk Politicization Strategies in EU Migration and Asylum

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  • The Urban Regeneration Experience of the United Kingdom: Lessons for Turkey

    by Dr. Fatih EREN Introduction The United Kingdom (UK) is the most experienced country regarding the theories, policies, strategies and practices of urban regenerations in the world. This study firstly outlines UK’s urban regeneration experience and then discusses how Turkey can benefit from this experience in the best way. The global financial crisis emerged in

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  • The South Caucasus: Obama’s Russia ‘Reset’ And Putin’s Doctrine

    by Mahir Khalifazadeh, Ph.D,* ABSTRACT The article reviews the key priorities of President Obama’s ‘reset’ policy with Russia. The author analyzes the impact of the ‘reset’ policy on the South Caucasus. The region’s strategic importance is emphasized for U.S. policy towards the Great Middle East and the post-Soviet space. The author discusses the failure of

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  • After European Parliament Elections

    Dr. Dilek YİGİT Elections to the European Parliament which is one of two wings of European Union legislative power, in other words, using European Union’s legislative competences with the Council of Ministers, were held on 22-25 May 2014. What makes these Parliament elections important is that this is the first Parliament election in the process

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  • In Syria: Towards The Elections

    Dr. Dilek YİGİT Being a result of both internal and external factors and these factors’s mutual interactions, a three-year-lasting civil war has come to a dead end in Syria. On one hand, contrary to what’s going on in Tunisia and Egypt, Assad’s regime fiercely resisting against so-called Arab Spring and an opposition not being able

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