Daily Archives: April 3, 2020

BLACK SEA INSECURITIES AND ANKARA’S DILEMMAS
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BLACK SEA INSECURITIES AND ANKARA’S DILEMMAS

The perseverance of transactionalism in the global arena has deep implications for the security governance of the Black Sea region. In particular, for Turkey, the linkage between the Syria crisis with the Black Sea region due to Russia’s increasing presence in the Middle East has augmented its sense of insecurity. This paper thus attempts to…

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ENERGY CRACKS OF THE BLACK SEA SECURITY

The energy picture of the Black Sea region is being changed with new energy infrastructure and ongoing attempts of the Russian Federation to enhance its energy influence on other countries. The article focuses on analysing these transformations, their consequences, the current energy problems, and possible threats produced by Russia using energy facilities for military purposes….

THE BLACK SEA AREA IN JAPAN’S EXPANDING STRATEGIC HORIZONS
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THE BLACK SEA AREA IN JAPAN’S EXPANDING STRATEGIC HORIZONS

This article deals with Japan’s relations with the Black Sea region. They are examined through evolution of Japan’s foreign policy, including relations with post-Soviet countries. Introduction of the value-oriented diplomacy and the concept of “active pacifism” contributed greatly to Japan’s further involvement with the region. It is believed that strengthening bilateral relations between Japan and…

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