In today’s world there are serious problems in the regional and global systems. The end of the Cold War did not help much in regard to developing mechanisms to resolve those problems. The post-Cold War era continued to present big challenges, and the emergence of new issues complicated the deep problems in international politics. Ethnic, sectarian and religious clashes and geopolitical conflicts, as well as frozen conflicts, throughout the world are in need of effective mediation. In the changing security environment, in addition to bilateral disputes and state security, the security of individuals as well as crises sparked by nonstate threats further complicate this grim picture. In this period, in addition to the global economic crisis, the broader Middle East is experiencing a political earthquake creating new challenges that are domestic rather than interstate. The need for mediation is obvious in this new era. In the last three decades, Turkey’s position has been based on the use of diplomacy in an efficient way to help resolve disputes and conflicts.
- Perceptions Autumn-Winter 2019
- On Turkey’s Missile Defense Strategy: The Four Faces of the S-400 Deal between Turkey and Russia – Mustafa KİBAROĞLU
- Understanding the Distinguishing Features of Post-Westphalian Diplomacy – Ebru OĞURLU
- Delinking the Migration-Terrorism Nexus: Strategies for the De-Securitization of Migration – Suna Gülfer IHLAMUR-ÖNER