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II. International Symposium of Post-Soviet Turkey-Russia Relations

Dear Scholar,

The bipolar world order, which ended with the collapse of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, was the beginning of a new geopolitical process. Turkey not only sought ways to strengthen its ties with the Turkish communities that gained their independence/autonomy after the collapse of the USSR but also established new relations with the Russian Federation. In recent days, the Covid-19 Pandemic process, which has deeply affected the whole world, has brought many social, political, and economic consequences beyond being a health problem. In parallel with these results, the significance of regional and global cooperation is increasing. Relations between Turkey and Russia, the two most important actors of the Eurasian geography, have the potential to change both regional and global balances these days when the global balance of power is being reshaped.

In this context, under the auspices of Ege University Rector Prof. (Ph.D.) Necdet Budak, the Institute of the Turkish World Studies of Ege University has decided to organize an international e-symposium (online) called “II. International Symposium of Post-Soviet Turkey-Russia Relations” between October 14-15, 2021 in order to discuss social, economic, and political relations that the Turkish Republic and the Russian Federation developed during the dissolution process of the USSR and to contribute to the determination of course of action in the coming periods. The main topics to be discussed in the symposium are as follows:

  • Conceptual Approaches to Two-Country Relations (Power, Identity, etc.)
  • Geopolitical Dimension (One Belt One Road Project, Channel Istanbul, etc.)
  • International Organizations, Energy and Security Factor
  • New Instruments in the 21st Century Digital World Order (Global Climate Change, Vaccine, Cryptocurrencies, etc.)
  • Regional Conflicts and International Intervention
  • Risks and Opportunities in the future of Eurasia
  • Socio-Cultural Dimension of Turkey-Russia Relations
  • The Impact of Turkey-Russia relations on the Turkish World
  • The Political Economy of Turkey-Russia Relations
  • The Role of Political Leaders in Diplomacy
  • Theo-Strategic Approaches

We will appreciate and be very honored by your attendance. If you want to participate in the symposium, you must send the "Title" and "Abstract" parts of the paper you will submit until September 15, 2021, via turkeyrussiacongress@gmail.com e-mail address.

 

Sincerely,

On Behalf of the Symposium Organizing Committee

Prof. Dr. Nadim MACİT

Ege University

Director of Institute of Turkish World Studies

 

 


 

BOARDS

 

The Honorary Committee, Organizing Committee, Secretariat, and Scientific Committee that will take part in the “II. International Symposium on Post-Soviet Era Turkey-Russia Relations” are as follows.

 Sincerely,

On Behalf of the Symposium Organizing Committee

Prof. Dr. Nadim MACİT

Ege University

Director of Institute of Turkish World Studies

 

 

HONORARY BOARD

Prof. (Ph.D.) Necdet BUDAK – Rector of Ege University

Prof. (Ph.D.) Nadim MACİT – E. U. Director of Institute of Turkish World Studies

Prof. (Ph.D.) Fikret TÜRKMEN – E. U. Institute of Turkish World Studies Founder Director, Retired Academic Member

 

 

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

Prof. (Ph.D.) Nadim MACİT (President) E. U. Director of Institute of Turkish World Studies

Prof. (Ph.D.) Aydın İBRAHİMOV (Co-president) E. U. Faculty Of Economics And Administrative Sciences

Assoc. Prof. (Ph.D.)  Vefa KURBAN (Co-president) E. U. Institute of Turkish World Studies

(Ph.D.) Çağdaş DUMAN

 

SECRETARIAT

(Ph.D.) Çağdaş DUMAN

Res. Asst. Recep Efe ÇOBAN

 

SCIENCE COMMITTEE

Prof. (Ph.D.) Aleksandr DRUZHININ (Russia)

Prof. (Ph.D.) Aleksandr KOLESNİKOV (Russia)

Prof. (Ph.D.) Ali ASKER (Turkey)

Prof. (Ph.D.) Asem NAUŞABAYEVA - HEKİMOĞLU (Kazakhistan)

Prof. (Ph.D.) Çengiz İSMAİLOV (Azerbaijan)

Prof. (Ph.D.) Giray Saynur DERMAN (Turkey)

Prof. (Ph.D.) Gülzade SHAKULIKOVA (Kazakhistan)

Prof. (Ph.D.) Irina BUSYGINA (Russia)

Prof. (Ph.D.) Irina TURGEL (Russia)

Prof. (Ph.D.) Leonid VARDOMSKİY (Russia)

Prof. (Ph.D.) Mesut Hakkı CAŞIN (Turkey)

Prof. (Ph.D.) Mirjana GAJIĆ (Bosnia Herzegovina)

Prof. (Ph.D.) Musa QASIMLI (Azerbaijan)

Prof. (Ph.D.) Mustafa MUTLUER (Turkey)

Prof. (Ph.D.) Nadim MACİT (Turkey)

Prof. (Ph.D.) Obren GNJATO (Bosnia Herzegovina)

Prof. (Ph.D.) Rajko GNJATO (Bosnia Herzegovina)

Prof. (Ph.D.) Siret HÜRSOY (Turkey)

Prof. (Ph.D.) Türkan OLCAY (Turkey)

Prof. (Ph.D.) Vladimir GONDA (Slovakia)

Prof. (Ph.D.) Vladimir KOLOSOV (Russia)

Prof. (Ph.D.) Vedat ÇALIŞKAN (Turkey)

Prof. (Ph.D.) Toğrul İSMAYIL (Turkey)

Assoc. Prof. (Ph.D.) Aleksandr SOTNİCHENKO (Russia)

Assoc. Prof. (Ph.D.) Altuğ GÜNAL (Turkey)

Assoc. Prof. (Ph.D.) Emin SERİN (Turkey)

Assoc. Prof. (Ph.D.) Nedim YALANSIZ (Turkey)

Assoc. Prof. (Ph.D.) Svetlana SHABALINA (Russia)

Assoc. Prof. (Ph.D.) Vefa KURBAN (Turkey)

Assist. Prof. (Ph.D.) Maria STOYANOVA (Turkey)

Assist. Prof. (Ph.D.) Marina LOMONOSOVA (Russia)

Assist. Prof. (Ph.D.) Hanife KESKİN (Turkey)

(Ph.D.) Çağdaş DUMAN (Turkey)

(Ph.D.) Gülben MAT (Turkey)

 


WRITING RULES

 

The papers to be prepared within the scope of the " II. International Symposium on Post-Soviet Era Turkey-Russia Relations” must be prepared and sent to us in accordance with the following rules. Papers that are not prepared in accordance with these rules will not be evaluated.

Please click here to download Writing Rules in PDF Format.

 

Sincerely,

On Behalf of the Symposium Organizing Committee

Prof. Dr. Nadim MACİT

Ege University

Director of Institute of Turkish World Studies


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