Posted on 17. November 2015 by Sadik Tabar Within the last month, Turkey has been going through a quite arduous and lopsided political period: first German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s visit to Istanbul, then snap parliamentary elections, the delayed European Commission Annual Progress Report on Turkey and finally Turkey’s upcoming G-20 presidency. There are two key issues … Continue reading Recent EU-Turkey agenda on Turkey-related political issues
Posted on 04. September 2015 bySadik Tabar It had been a long time since we could set eyes on a pro-government rally in the Syntagma Square in Greece. Since the Syriza took power in the beginning of 2015, as the Greek PM of new tenure, Tsipras tenaciously emphasised that the Greek debt crisis is essentially … Continue reading Greek Debt Crisis: Bringing Up A Champion To Lead Further Europeanisation Process?
Posted on 02. June 2014 by Sadik Tabar How does true change occur? Does it come from inside (endogenous) or outside of the social system (exogenous)? In other words, do societies themselves generate any change process through internal drives or do external forces bring change process to societies? And, if any, what is the role of … Continue reading Social Change through Social Entrepreneurship