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Kader Sevinç Our world is living through difficult times. The global financial system, the use of natural resources and the consumption society as we have known for several decades are no longer sustainable. These problems coincide with political crises and unsolved poverty dilemmas around the world. The world truly needs that the actual transitions in… » read more

Two Meetings in Brussels : Suspicions Raised Regarding the Turkey’s New Foreign Policy Article (Excerpt) By Kader Sevinç, CHP EU Representative Strategic Thinking Review Undoubtedly, the political and economic developments in the EU member states are immediately echoed in Brussels. Domestic political discussions in the European countries regarding Turkey’s accession to the EU have recently… » read more

Turkey has recently discussed the draft constitutional amendment package prepared by the ruling party, AKP, without integrating all the parties in the Parliament in the process. As the main opposition party, the CHP has supported for long the idea of changing the constitution with the aim of further enhancement of Turkish democracy, and shared continuously… » read more

Turkey has recently discussed the draft constitutional amendment package prepared by the ruling party, AKP, without integrating all the parties in the Parliament in the process. As the main opposition party, the CHP has supported for long the idea of changing the constitution with the aim of further enhancement of Turkish democracy, and shared continuously… » read more

From PlaytheGame.org FIFA is preparing to monitor the World Cup’s most vulnerable matches for match-fixing threats. FIFA legal director Marco Villiger said Friday that the final group-stage games are at the highest risk of being fixed, especially those that involve teams which have already qualified for the second round or have been knocked out. “We… » read more

Historian Bernard Lewis warned a nation can make few mistakes worse than being “harmless as an enemy and treacherous as a friend.” On September 17th President Barack Obama confirmed lest there had been any doubt, he has taken America there. On the 70th anniversary to the day of the Soviet Union’s invasion of Poland Barack… » read more

Eight miserable years

The attacks from the 11th September could have been remembered “only” as a great human tragedy; an opportunity to commemorate innocent victims of senseless violence, citizens’ solidarity which made heroes from “ordinary people”. But the way these horrific events were misused by some governments leaves a bitter taste. Official (from “Western” point of view) interpretation… » read more

This week will be important not only for the Lisbon Treaty, or future of institutional reform, but for the European integration process as we know it. Few would argue that the EU could go for long with its current institutional settings and policies. For those who think that the post-war European integration was an important… » read more

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