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    BAKU

    BAKU “Baku’s Planning: for what and who?” Baku, the capital city of Azerbaijan, has been examined in this volume. BY FATİH EREN | DECEMBER 11, 2011 Azerbaijan stands at the crossing point of Western Asia and Eastern Europe. It is a resource-rich country and it is located on very important energy and transportation corridors; so…

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    NAIROBI

    NAIROBI: “Needs to Feel the Positive Effects of Globalisation…” Written by FATİH EREN Nairobi, the capital city of Kenya, who hosts the world’s biggest refugee camps, has been examined in this volume. Kenya is the most developed and the most influential country in East Africa; and, Nairobi is the most populous and one of the…

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    CAIRO

    CAIRO “Ready to change its fortune…”* BY FATIH EREN** | 08.06.2011 Cairo, the capital city of Egypt, who is under strong global impact has been examined in this volume. Egypt is a transcontinental country which is located at the intersection of the North Africa and the Southwest Asia. The country has a 80 million population…

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    BANGKOK

    BANGKOK  “A Wonderful City for Tourists, not for Bangkokians!” By Fatih Eren | 24.03.2011   A very interesting city, Bangkok, which was the capital city of Thailand, has been examined in this volume. Thailand is located at the heart of Southeast Asia. The country has a 68,2 million population and 6 millions of this population is living…

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    SAO PAULO

    SAO PAULO  “It can not get any worse” By Fatih Eren | 29 December 2010   I am going on analysing localities under global concern. A very problematic city, ‘Sao Paulo’, is going to be examined in detail in this volume. Sao Paulo is located at the southern part of Brazil. With its population over 20…

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    BUCHAREST

    BUCHAREST* “It is a city still figuring outwhat it wants to be” By Fatih EREN | 24 September 2010 Initially wanted to analyse Bucharest as a global city in this section because Bucharest is at a stage of economic, social and physical transition as a result of global concern which started especially after 2005. Bucharest is…

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    Debate: Agni Makes China Insecure-1

    BY ANTONY OU | APRIL 19, 2012 Antony Ou (China Representative of CESRAN) speaks on Live Broadcast of The Times of India – The Newshour. In a debate moderated by TIMES NOW’s Editor-in-Chief Arnab Goswami, panelists — Antony Ou, China Representative, Centre for strategic research & Analysis (CESRAN); Maj Gen (retd) G D Bakshi, Former Research Fellow,…

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    New Book | Peace in Turkey 2023: The Question of Human Security and Conflict Transformation

    By Prof. ALPASLAN OZERDEM & Dr. TIM JACOBY Publication Date: 27 Dec 2012 ISBN-10: 0739143417 ISBN-13: 978-0739143414 Hardcover: 196 pages Publisher: Lexington Books Peace in Turkey 2023: The Question of Human Security and Conflict Transformation, by Tim Jacoby and Alpaslan Ozerdem, explores how the Kurdish conflict could possibly be transformed towards positive peace. By drawing on peace, conflict transformation and…

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    Workshop Announcement: ‘Second-Generation Europeanisation Research and Beyond: Power, Resistance and Identity in Turkish Domestic Politics’

    You are cordially invited to one-day workshop:   ‘SECOND-GENERATION EUROPEANISATION RESEARCH AND BEYOND: POWER, RESISTANCE AND IDENTITY IN TURKISH DOMESTIC POLITICS’   By The Centre for European Studies (CES), Middle East Technical University (METU)   Date: 18 November 2011 Venue: Blue Room, CES, METU, Ankara, Turkey. Time: 09:30   ‘Europeanisation’ has by now been one of the…

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    CONFERENCE: Human Security: New Challenges, New Perspectives

    Location: Turkey – Istanbul Date: 27-28 October 2011 Deadline: April 29, 2011 Open to: MA and PhD students and other interested participants The Centre for Peace and Reconciliation Studies (CPRS) at Coventry University is home to an innovative research group, CPRS Turkey, that seeks to explore a wide range of conflict and peace related matters with a specific reference to Turkey….

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  • The 19th Issue of The Rest: Journal of Politics and Development is Out Now!

    The 19th issue of the rest: journal of politics and development is out now. Download the issue here… TABLE OF CONTENTS Research Articles Turkish AK Parti’s Posture towards the 2003 War in Iraq: The Impact of Religion amid Security Concerns By Alberto Gasparetto Nigeria and the Great Powers: The Impacts of the Boko Haram Terrorism on…

  • CESRAN International Named again amongst the Top Think Tanks in the World

    CESRAN International is pleased to announce that it has been named again amongst the world’s best think tanks. The 2019 Global Go To Think Tank Index ranked CESRAN International 141st among the World’s “Top Think Tanks in Western Europe” 75th among the World’s “Top Environment Policy Think Tanks” 153rd among the World’s “Top Foreign Policy…

  • THE 18TH ISSUE OF THE REST: JOURNAL OF POLITICS AND DEVELOPMENT IS OUT NOW.

    The 18th issue of the rest: journal of politics and development is out now. Download the issue here… TABLE OF CONTENTS Research Articles The Foreign Policy Decision Making Approaches and Their Applications Case Study: Bush, Obama and Trump’s Decision Making towards Afghanistan and the Region By Sharifullah Dorani Evaluating the Explanatory Power of Social Identity Theory,…

  • The IEPAS2019 (6th Annual Conference on Eurasian Politics and Society) has been completed successfully.

    The 6th International Conference on Eurasian Politics and Society was organised by CESRAN International and Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa on 4-5 July 2019 in Lisbon, Portugal. The conference hosted 11 scholarly panel sessions, one roundtable session and one book discussion session. IEPAS2019 started with the welcome addresses of Professor Jose Amado Da Silva (Rector, UAL), Professor Luis Tome (Scientific coordinator, OBSERVARE-UAL),…

  • Outbidding in Times of Uncertainty – Post-conflict transitions and competitive violence.

    Large bombings, only days apart, in Bogota and Derry/Londonderry have put paid to any notions of a simple peace process in either country. These events show that the two very different conflicts display many of the same dynamics. Both countries have seen increasingly fragmented peace processes, with multiple non-state actors and intransient splinter groups vying…

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