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Azerbaijan: Israel’s Shia and Secular Partner

Azerbaijan: Israel’s Shia and Secular Partner

The Caspian Basin has a great importance to be a home not only offshore hydro-carbon and gas researches but also conflict and proxy-military/diplomacy clashes. Caspian Basin and also Turkestan region, which cover whole territories from Chinese border through the Uzbek steps, were under control of Russian Imperial goals and continued after the Bolshevik governance until […]

How China will impact the world economy in 2017

How China will impact the world economy in 2017

To open up or to close? To advance or go back? The global economy is currently at the crossroads and it is in desperate need of sufficient courage, wisdom and responsibility from around the world to chart a clear direction and path for sustainable economic growth. The upcoming World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2017 has […]

Central Asia: 25 Years without Miracle

Central Asia: 25 Years without Miracle

From September till December 2016 all five Central Asian countries- Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan – have lived in the special historical atmosphere: one after another they have celebrated 25th anniversary of independence. A quarter of century passed since they gained independence after the collapse of the former Soviet Union. Throughout this period, with […]

Turkey eyes trilateral format with Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan

Turkey eyes trilateral format with Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan

Turkey is working to create an Azerbaijan-Turkey-Kazakhstan trilateral format, the Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said. According to the minister, trilateral formats created by Turkey in the Caucasus and Balkan regions operate very efficiently, TRT Haber news channel reports. There are currently a number of trilateral formats, such as Azerbaijan-Georgia-Turkey, Azerbaijan-Turkey-Iran and Turkey-Azerbaijan-Turkmenistan, in the […]

Turkmenistan comments on limit of gas supplies to Iran

Turkmenistan comments on limit of gas supplies to Iran

Turkmenistan’s authorities have made a decision to cut the deliveries of natural gas from the Central Asian country to Iran because of the National Iranian Gas Company’s (NIGC) debts, the Turkmen Foreign Ministry said in a statement. “Starting from 2013, the National Iranian Gas Company has not taken necessary steps to pay off its debt […]

Trump and Asia

Trump and Asia

Bernard Rowan – The Korea Times I didn’t think Trump had a chance. His campaign rhetoric didn’t reveal much knowledge of global affairs. Beyond the pedestrian, it showed a demagogue hell-bent on thumping illegal immigrants and socking it to convenient enemies. However, Trump did win, and he’ll soon raise the hand as the next American […]

Bird flu under control after culling 30 million chickens, ducks

Bird flu under control after culling 30 million chickens, ducks

Acting President and Prime Minister of South Korea, Hwang Kyo-ahn said Tuesday that the spread of avian influenza (AI) that has ravaged poultry farms across the country since mid-November has almost been brought under control. During a daily meeting on the disease, Hwang also warned of the possibility of additional outbreaks caused by migratory birds, […]

“Anti-Americanism is on the rise around the world”

“Anti-Americanism is on the rise around the world”

Mr. Ferit TEMUR who is an expert on the post-Soviet region. He is the author of two books: “20. Asrın Casusluk Şebekesi: Cambridge Beşlisi” (Cambridge Five: The Espionage Network of the XX. Century) and Yükselen Asya’da Şangay İşbirliği Örgütü: Dünü, Bugünü ve Yarını” (The Shanghai Cooperation Organization in Rising Asia: Past, Present, and Future). He […]

Pakistan-India Relations

Pakistan-India Relations

Ambassador Hasan Habib – The Korea Times While the country was divided by political choice, some princely states were given the option to join either Pakistan or India. These included Kashmir, Hyderabad (Dakhan), and Junagadh. India occupied the Junagadh State by force despite its rulers’ desire to join Pakistan. Similarly, India annexed Hyderabad. The Hindu […]

Largest solar power plant launches operations in Mongolia

Largest solar power plant launches operations in Mongolia

As reported by the Energy Regulatory Committee, the largest solar power plant in the country (located in Darkhan) has started a trial run and has begun supplying electricity to the city’s main electricity grid. The ten-megawatt power station was built in Darkhan by Solar Power International, in cooperation with the Japanese multinational corporations Sharp and […]

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