Migration Likely To Factor Heavily In Turkey’s Next Elections

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Refugees in Turkey and Turkish emigrants themselves are likely to affect the country’s next elections. While migration is not a new issue for Turkey,...

Travellers Unseen: A Study on the Application of International Refugee Law...

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Abstract Turkey currently hosts the largest refugee population in the world with an astounding number of four million refugees. Since Turkey stands between Europe and...

Gender and Climate Change: What Affects One of Us, Affects All...

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Abstract Gender and climate change is an issue that has been delayed for a long time to be addressed specifically under the heading of climate...

Can Human Rights and Marxism Coexist?

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Abstract In the world of the 21st century, it is prevalently believed that human beings have some fundamental rights merely as a result of being...

A Woman Goes to the Doctor’s Office: Gender Data Gap in...

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Abstract This research paper is aimed to explore the gender data gap in the health area. Women face daily inconveniences when getting diagnosed and face...

The Legal Status of the Arctic Region and Analysis of the...

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Abstract The Arctic Region, which is one of the politically and legally disputed regions, is not subject to any regulation by international law and a...

Cultural Diplomacy and Europe: The Cases of France and Italy

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Abstract A country's role and position in the world are determined by the power of its culture, knowledge, and ideas, together with the power of...

The Turkish Diaspora in Germany After 1970

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Abstract Turkish diaspora society in Germany and its establishment were initiated by labor migration in 1961. The first generation of immigrants that were sent to...

The Securitization of Migration in Hungary

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The History and the Process of Securitization of Migration in Hungary The European Union (EU) has experienced a migration flux that started in the year...

North Macedonia’s Relations and Disputes with Greece

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Introduction With the dissolution of Yugoslavia in 1991, today’s North Macedonia declared its independence under the name of “Republic of Macedonia.” A new country with...

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