Playing old politics in the new game is dangerous

The world system has undergone a large-scale transition for the last two decades. The ultimate …
  • Today, we are living in a systemic transition period in which the world is experiencing an international systemic crisis. Deep uncertainty and instability have been dominating the global system. The rivalry between global powers has been intensifying every day. Unfortunately, there is no established international order and no stable relationship between even members of the same alliance. Most hostilities and friendships are temporary; relations between any two states can change quickly.
  • As a reflection of classical realism, global powers act solely based on their selfish and pragmatic concerns, which put all other states in a dangerous position. Small and weak powers have to take measures against all states, enemy and friend alike
  • Ankara-based think tank hosts virtual conference to seek way forward for peace in war-torn Afghanistan