Israeli Cluster Bombs Sold to Azerbaijan Kill & amp; Maim Innocent Armenian Civilians

By Harut SassounianPublisher, The California Courierwww.TheCaliforniaCourier.com Israeli journalist Yossi Melman wrote a lengthy critical article in the Haaretz newspaper about Israel’s sale of banned deadly cluster bombs to Azerbaijan to kill and maim innocent Armenian civilians in Artsakh. The article, although published on Oct. 22, 2020, retains its relevance given the fact that these cluster… Okumaya devam et Israeli Cluster Bombs Sold to Azerbaijan Kill & amp; Maim Innocent Armenian Civilians

US Invites Armenia to Democracy Summit; But not Azerbaijan and Turkey

By Harut SassounianPublisher, The California Courierwww.TheCaliforniaCourier.com The White House announced recently that it has invited over 100 countries to a virtual ‘Summit for Democracy’ on Dec. 9-10. Among the invitees to the Summit are Armenia and Georgia, but not Azerbaijan and Turkey which are dictatorships. Interestingly, the latter two countries did not complain about their… Okumaya devam et US Invites Armenia to Democracy Summit; But not Azerbaijan and Turkey

First Step Crossed in UK Recognition of The Armenian Genocide: Many More to Go

By Harut SassounianPublisher, The California Courierwww.TheCaliforniaCourier.com  I would like to dispel a few misunderstandings about the bill proposed last week in the UK House of Commons to recognize the Armenian Genocide. Some reports accurately described the news as simply the First Reading of the proposed bill. Others misrepresented it as full recognition of the Armenian… Okumaya devam et First Step Crossed in UK Recognition of The Armenian Genocide: Many More to Go

The Structure of Intra-State Conflicts

The Structure of Intra-State Conflicts in the Post Cold War Era Prof. Dr. Muzaffer Ercan YILMAZ Bursa Uludağ University This work aims to provide an analytical discussion on the dynamics of intra-state conflicts that seem to have replaced the ideological clashes of the Cold War as the principle sources of current conflicts. As for methodology,… Okumaya devam et The Structure of Intra-State Conflicts

Comprehensive Report Reveals Turkey’s Total Failure in Washington Lobbying

By Harut SassounianPublisher, The California Courierwww.TheCaliforniaCourier.com Over the years, I have written countless articles describing the activities of U.S. lobbying firms hired by Turkey and Azerbaijan for millions of dollars. Fortunately, no matter how much money these countries spend on lobbying, they are unable to whitewash their expansionist and undemocratic actions. After the departure of… Okumaya devam et Comprehensive Report Reveals Turkey’s Total Failure in Washington Lobbying

Locating Turkey among the G20…

Locating Turkey among the G20 Rising Powers in the South-South Development Cooperation Assoc. Prof. Dr. Emel Parlar DAL Marmara UniversityDr. Samiratou DIPAMA Marmara University This study aims to assess how Turkey has been located among the G20’s rising donors who have been actively engaged in the South-South Development Cooperation (SSDC). In doing so, it aims… Okumaya devam et Locating Turkey among the G20…

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UN Peacekeeping Operations

UN Peacekeeping Operations in Central African Republic: The Legality- Legitimacy Paradox Assoc. Prof. Dr. Gonca Oğuz GÖK Marmara ÜniversitesiAssist. Prof. Dr. Radiye Funda KARADENİZ Gaziantep Üniversitesi UN Peacekeeping operations have been one of the most criticized missions of the United Nations since 1990’s. Blue Helmets’ role in humanitarian crises and civil wars have been widely… Okumaya devam et UN Peacekeeping Operations

Human Security

“Human Security” From Liberal Perspective: Is It a Comprehensive Model? Res. Assist. Dr. Cansu Güleç ARAS MEF University Classical liberal ideas were built on the concepts of equality, rationality, freedom and property. In the 18th century, Locke from England, David Hume and Adam Smith in Scotland, Montesque and Voltaire from France and Kant from Germany… Okumaya devam et Human Security

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Poland’s Foreign Policy Towards Middle East

Poland’s Foreign Policy Towards Middle East After 1989 Dr. Magdalena KUMELSKA-KONIECKO University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn Middle East in Polish foreign policy, after 1989, addressed secondary significance. The first priority of Poland’s diplomacy after 1989 was to pursue the return to Europe conception established by Polish prime minister – Tadeusz Mazowiecki and minister… Okumaya devam et Poland’s Foreign Policy Towards Middle East

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China’s Man-Made Islands

China’s Man-Made Islands in the Spratly’s and Why It’s Rising Concern Throughout the Region Sümeyra Betül COŞKUN Bursa Uludağ University The South China Sea is believed to be rich in oil and gas and is important for fishing reasons for the countries surrounding it. It is also crucial for its strategic location, as it is… Okumaya devam et China’s Man-Made Islands

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The More Things Change in Armenia ,The More They Stay the Same

By Harut Sassounian Publisher, The California Courier www.TheCaliforniaCourier.com The title is derived from a French expression which I have used to describe the situation in Armenia. After 30 years of independence, one would expect substantial changes in the conditions in Armenia. Regrettably, that is not the case. In the initial years of independence, whenever someone… Okumaya devam et The More Things Change in Armenia ,The More They Stay the Same

Will China Turn to Maritime Great Power Politics in Pacific Sea?

Prof. Dr. Mesut Hakkı CAŞIN İstinye Üniversitesi China is at once a continental power and a maritime power (haiyang daguo) and it possesses broad maritime strategic interests…These achievements have laid a solid foundation for building a strong maritime power (haiyang qiangguo). Xi Jinping International community and scholar’s discussion now the post-Cold War world as we… Okumaya devam et Will China Turn to Maritime Great Power Politics in Pacific Sea?

100 YEARS AGO

100 YEARS AGO –  April 23, 1920 Guran Tatlıoğlu At the  end of the First  World War in 1918, the Ottoman  Empire was   defeated     with  Germany, the  victorious  states,  England,  France  and  Italy,    greece and  various  regions of  Turkey Had occupied,   including Istanbul  and  Izmir.  As the chief  occupier  … Okumaya devam et 100 YEARS AGO

Pres. Erdogan Withdraws Empty Threat To Expel 10 Western Ambassadors

By Harut SassounianPublisher, The California Courierwww.TheCaliforniaCourier.com Once again, Pres. Recep Tayyip Erdogan made empty threats. He boastfully proclaimed that he would expel the ambassadors of 10 Western countries, including the United States, for issuing a declaration urging the release of a Turkish human rights activist. He has been wrongly jailed since 2017 without any conviction.… Okumaya devam et Pres. Erdogan Withdraws Empty Threat To Expel 10 Western Ambassadors

U.S. Mayors Rescind False Proclamations They Had Issued at Azerbaijan’s Urging

By Harut SassounianPublisher, The California Courier The Azeri government does not seem to understand that you can’t always get what you want by bribing and paying politicians. There is a limit to what money can buy. Sometimes, the truth matters more. This is an important lesson that Azeri leaders have not learned. They have wasted… Okumaya devam et U.S. Mayors Rescind False Proclamations They Had Issued at Azerbaijan’s Urging

The Effectiveness of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Regime

Among the international security regimes, the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Regime has a prominent rank due to the destructive power of the nuclear weapons over regional and global peace and stability. Since any failure, deception or deviation from the NPT Regime may bring about catastrophic outcomes; the regime is expected to have the ability and tools to… Okumaya devam et The Effectiveness of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Regime

Townshend

General Charles Townsand – 1918 There is nothing that the Turk desires more ardently than to be friends with us. The price he asks is not exorbitant. It is no more than the heritage of every free-born nation. And the Turk is not a man to accept slavery or dependence. To him death is nothing… Okumaya devam et Townshend

UBI & the COVID-19 pandemic

Has the COVID-19 pandemic increased support for Universal Basic Income? What social policies have governments implemented to cope with the economic effects of the pandemic? In this webinar, we’ll answer these questions while analysing GEF’s brochure on social policy responses to COVID-19. About the event “The Unconditional Basic Income is a periodic cash transfer granted… Okumaya devam et UBI & the COVID-19 pandemic