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Post-election Turkey returns to economic orthodoxy Evaluation Note / Güven Sak
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19/02/2024- 381     President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is eyeing economic revival by turning the country back toward conventional policies and partnership with the West. In a nutshell Reelected President Erdogan seeks to lower inflation, restore investor trust [More]
Understanding the ISIS Attack on Türkiye Evaluation Note / Hilmi Demir
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06/02/2024- 735     On January 28, 2024, masked attackers killed one person at the Santa Maria Church in Sarıyer, Istanbul. The masked assailants claimed responsibility for the attack on behalf of ISIS through the Amaq News Agency, the official propaganda outl [More]
As we leave behind the first year of the earthquake... Evaluation Note / Burcu Aydın Özüdoğru
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06/02/2024- 227   Today is February 6, 2024. One year ago, two earthquakes of Mw 7.7 and 7.6 occurred in Pazarcık and Elbistan districts of Kahramanmaraş, caused great loss of life and destruction in 11 provinces. Weeks of search and rescue efforts were mobiliz [More]
TEPAV: Macroeconomic stabilization should consider social welfare In the second edition of the Turkish Economic Outlook prepared by TEPAV, it is stated that the cost of the disinflation process will be on social welfare should it not be accompanied by any policy measures.
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26/01/2024- 150     TEPAV released its second series on the Turkish Economic Outlook, based on the policies recently implemented or announced by the Turkish authorities, and global developments and expectations. The Outlook is prepared by Dr. Burcu Aydın Özü [More]
Turkish Economic Outlook, Turkish Economy,
Pluralism Confronts Radicalization in Türkiye: TEPAV Surveys on Religion and Radical Attitudes in a Muslim Majority Country The project report from the Economic Policy Research Foundation of Türkiye (TEPAV), titled "Pluralism Confronts Radicalization in Türkiye: TEPAV Surveys on Religion and Radical Attitudes in a Muslim Majority Country" was published in January 2024.
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17/01/2024- 2319       The report focuses on two large-scale surveys conducted in 2016 and 2020, with representative samples of 6,989 and 7,280 individuals, respectively. These surveys included qualitative questions designed to comprehend religious identity and [More]
What is happening in prince Mohammed bin Salman’s Saudi Arabia? Evaluation Note / Hilmi Demir
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11/01/2024- 725     What does the last-minute cancellation of the Fenerbahçe-Galatasaray Super Cup Final scheduled to be played in Riyadh mean for Saudi Arabia? What kind of economic, political, social and religious changes is the country going through? How does [More]
Eastern Mediterranean Climate Policy Forum In his article "The Decarbonisation Agenda in Türkiye, the European Union and the Eastern Mediterranean" published in Konrad Adenauer Stiftung, Güven Sak, Founding Director of the Economic Policy Research Foundation of Turkey (TEPAV), pointed out the potential for accelerating the decarbonisation efforts in the Eastern Mediterranean.
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10/01/2024- 719     A recent article by Sak emphasizes the critical role of Türkiye's Customs Union (CU) modernization in establishing Ankara's pivotal contribution to a more sustainable Eastern Mediterranean. The report underscores the need for intensified [More]
Eastern Mediterranean,
COP28 Observations Evaluation Note / Arda Yakıcı
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05/01/2024- 516     The End of the Beginning - At COP28, a call was made to transition away from fossil fuels in energy systems in a fair, orderly, and equitable manner. In 1942, during the challenging days of World War II, the Allies' repulsion of Germany from [More]
Climate Policy Dialogue in The Eastern Mediterranean even more important Policy Note / Elif Güler, Sercan Sevgili
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03/01/2024- 452     Excessive use of fossil fuels has led to dire consequences of global warming, in particular with increasing greenhouse gas emissions, causing global surface temperature in the period 2011-2020 to rise by an alarming 1.1 °C above the period 18 [More]
Climate Policy,
Serdar Denktaş: "We need to be at the table with new proposals” During his presentation titled "Where are we with the Cyprus Issue? Where are we going?" held at TEPAV, former Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC), Serdar Denktaş, shared implementable proposals within the framework of a multiple-choice action plan, highlighting the possibility of a new phase regarding the Cyprus issue.
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24/12/2023- 619     Former Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus TRNC, Serdar Denktaş, delivered a presentation titled "Where we with the Cyprus Issue? Where are we going?" hosted by TEPAV on December 21, 2023. [More]