08 Sep 2022
A historic milestone for the future of Europe’s energy security and Türkiye’s role as a transit country was reached with the signing of the Nabucco Agreement on July 13, 2009. This was a development agreement signed in Ankara between the Turkish government and Austria, Bulgaria, Hungary, and Ro
04 Aug 2022
The new Middle East is emerging in the wake of the US decision to size up its military and diplomatic position, increase the resolve of regional governments, and increase Russian and Chinese involvement in Middle East affairs. These geopolitical shifts erode the United States` longstanding dominance
23 Jun 2022
Thursday, 07 July 2022 Venue: Marshal Garden Hotel, 5th Floor – Panoramic 1 Conference Hall, Calea Dorobanților 50B, Bucharest, Romania Organizers: MEPEI (Middle East Political and Economic Institute), Romania; EuroDefense Romania. Partners: AIES (Austrian Institute for Euro

07/07/2022 9:00 am - 07/07/2022 7:00 pm

International Conference – Hybrid Format

28 Apr 2022
The invasion of Ukraine marked Europe's largest post-World War Two and posed a significant threat to the continent's energy security. Russia, the world's largest oil and gas exporter, has direct energy ties with most European countries and China, Japan, South Korea, Vietnam, and others. Russia has u
01 Apr 2022
Photo’s source: wikipedia.org   On March 31th, 2022, the Turkish prosecutor made a surprise request in the case against 26 Saudi nationals charged in the killing of the journalist Jamal Khashoggi. He asked that their trial in absentia to be suspended and the case transferred to Saudi Ar
01 Mar 2022
Source: BBC The role of the Turkish government, which is both a NATO member and has close economic relations with Russia, is extremely important in the crisis between Russia and Ukraine. The harsh attitude of the USA and NATO towards Russia since the beginning of the crisis may put Turkey in a di
28 Feb 2022
Yet CAVUSOGLU, Turkish foreign minister/ Photo’s source: twitter.com On February 27th, 2022, Turkey called Russia’s invasion of Ukraine a war in a rhetorical shift that could pave the way for the NATO member nation to implement parts of an international pact, potentially limiting the transit