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Support for EU membership rises to 66 percent among young people between the ages of 18-24 “Turkish Public Opinion Survey on Support for EU Membership and Perception on Europe 2019.” has been published.
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13/01/2020- 599     ANKARA – TEPAV, with the support of the Union of Chambers and Commodity Exchanges of Turkey (TOBB) and the Economic Development Foundation (İKV), published a study titled “Turkish Public Opinion Survey on Support for EU Membership and Percept [More]
Rwanda’s Renaissance The meeting titled “Rwanda’s Renaissance" took place in TEPAV with the participation of Rwanda’s Ambassador to Ankara H.E. Williams Nkurunziza and Prof. Dr. Ahmet Sedat Aybar.
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17/12/2019- 445     The event was held with the cooperation of the Embassy of the Republic of Rwanda in Ankara and TEPAV at TEPAV building on Friday, December 13, 2019, and with attendance by national and international non-governmental organizations, representat [More]
“Croatia as a bridge between Central Europe, the Mediterranean and South East Europe” 19th Diplomacy and Peace Seminar
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13/12/2019- 360     ANKARA – 19th Diplomacy and Peace Seminar was cordially held by TEPAV, TOBB-ETU and the Embassy of the Republic of Croatia in Ankara on December 11th, 2019, Wednesday at TEPAV. National and international non-governmental organizations, repres [More]
Beyond Income, Beyond Averages, Beyond Today “Human Development Report 2019” has been launched at TEPAV
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11/12/2019- 394     ANKARA – Human Development Report 2019’s launching meeting was organized by TEPAV and the United Nations Development Program Turkey on Tuesday December 10th, 2019 at TEPAV Building. National and international non-governmental organizations, r [More]
The European Coal and Steel Community Is the Answer to the Drilling Problem in Cyprus Where there is a will, there is a perfect way Policy Note / Nilgün Arısan Eralp  
Haber Resim
09/12/2019- 1383     EU is known to be a successful peace project. It all started after the II World War with the joint management of coal and steel that are the essential elements of weapons. European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC), by pooling coal and steel pr [More]
Cyprus, European Union,
Turkey’s Middle Corridor and Belt and Road Initiative: Coherent or Conflicting? Evaluation Note/ Dr. M. Sait Akman
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03/12/2019- 913     Following President Xi’s visits to Kazakhstan and to South East Asia in 2013, China unveiled its grand Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), with two main components, namely the “Silk Road Economic Belt” (SREB), a network of transportation starting [More]
NATO and Turkey: Actions Should Speak Louder Than Words Evaluation Note/ Haldun Yalçınkaya
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19/11/2019- 730     Turkey’s NATO membership has been questioned in the international media, as well as a vast array of social media accounts. If one were to go by these comments alone, it would appear as though Turkey’s exit from NATO was imminent. Moreover, th [More]
The Parlous State Of Turkey-EU Relations:Searching for a Bridge over Troubled Waters Evaluation Note/ Nilgün Arısan Eralp
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18/11/2019- 1279     Turkey and the European Union (EU) have always been mutually dependent via several economic, political, diplomatic and cultural links.  Hence, in principle, they should count on each other to formulate and implement solutions for key challeng [More]
EU - Turkey Relations,
Two Astonishing Aspects of The New European Commission Evaluation Note/ Nilgün Arısan Eralp
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12/09/2019- 971     On 10th of September, the new European Commission President Ursula Von der Leyen has presented the commissioner designates put forward by the member states. They will go through the scrutiny of the European Parliament through the hearings to [More]
European Commission,
Logbook of The Turkish Economy| Fifth Log Turkish TARP: Answers to Frequently Asked Questions | Burak Dalgın, Güven Sak
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11/09/2019- 2105   We published two papers in April and May 2019 to make the case for a Turkish Troubled Assets Restructuring Program (“TARP”). Our main argument was that a public private partnership was needed to carve out toxic assets (non-performing and watc [More]