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H1 Financial Times Bush silent on Iraq after meeting advisers

NBC: Saddam to be hanged by Sunday - U.S. Preparing for Saddam's Execution

Saddam's Death To Be Videotaped -- But May Not Be Made Public...

IHT The end of the West as we know it? If the world suffers radically destructive climate change, then we must recognize that everything that the West now stands for will be rejected by future generations.

Ha’aretz Itamar Rabinovitch Markers on the route to Damascus

ANALYSIS: Saudi Arabia will offer Hamas Arab 'road map' to peace

Efraim Halevy Lessons for us now

Al Awsat 2007: War Clouds Thicken on the Horizon : Amir Taheri

Daily Star Practical steps for a new Iraq policy By Ellen Laipson

UPI Analysis: Israel's options vs.Iran's bomb

Gates said 'privately against' Iraq buildup

New York Times Up to 20,000 More Troops for Iraq Considered by Bush

The Office Pool, 2007 By WILLIAM SAFIRE Optimistic predictions took a beating in 2006, but today — in my 33rd annual office pool in this space — is my chance to recoup

Washington Institute Key Trends to Watch in Iraq The strength of American political will, the maturation of Iraq’s political culture, and six other factors will largely determine whether the U.S. mission in Iraq sees progress in 2007. Jeffrey White writes.

Patrick Clawson Time Is Running Out

Iran's Energy Vulnerability MERIA A 14-page Israeli paper examining Iran's energy balance and its vulnerability to international energy sanctions

Independent The Big Question: With Romania and Bulgaria joining the EU, how much bigger can it get?

Los Angeles Times Posthumous battle plans- Caesar: Diplomacy and power - Washington: The crying game - Genghis Khan: Law and order- Lincoln: Focus on the real foe

Washington Post Walking a Tightrope Into 2007 By David Ignatius,

Editorial A Death Sentence Affirmed Saddam Hussein's trial was imperfect. But a perfect trial would have yielded the same result.

Why We Need More Troops in Iraq By Joseph Lieberman

Ford, Nixon Sustained Friendship for Decades By Bob Woodward

Bush Considers Economic Package for Iraq

Click to download "State of the Sunni Insurgency in Iraq: 2006" from Globalterroralert.com

Syria Poised to Assert Itself - Seth Wikas, Baltimore Sun

Daily Star Only renewed multilateralism can save America
By Joschka Fischer

Al Qaeda in 2007: The Continuing Devolution Stratfor

Geopolitical Diary: Germany's EU Presidential Ambitions Stratfor

CSM As EU gates open, 'paradise' flows East Bulgarians and Romanians, finding better prospects at home, are unlikely to flood westward come Jan. 1

Reconciling the Estimates of Potential Migration into the Enlarged European Union

Washington realist Roundtable: Negotiating with Rogues?

H2 Daily Star Editorial Erdogan's visit offers a chance to defuse tensions in Lebanon

FT OBSERVER: Line in the sand Tehran is closely watching developments over the border with fear that Iraqi Kurdish autonomy is proving an attractive example for Iranian Kurds

Ha’aretz The first lady of Greece

Google News Kurdish Kurdish Media

The Kurdish national strategy and neighbouring Kurdish policy

A group of PUK cadres drive forward reform KurdishMedia.com The reformists accuse the leadership of nepotism, abuse of power, abuse of public fund, stealing public properties, controlling financial and marketing activities and controlling the political and government institutions.

Nasuhi Güngör Kürtler olmadan asla

Durmuş HOCAOĞLU
Amerika ve K. Iraklı Kürtler İçin Kötü Olan, Türkiye, Bölge ve Umum İnsanlık İçin İyidir

Bunalıma yeni boyut M.Ali Kışlalı

Gülay Göktürk Terör kış uykusundayken

JİTEM davasında 'gizli belge' krizi yaşandı

‘PKK yasal zemin arıyor’

Irak üçe değil, ikiye bölünsün David Apgar

Özdemir İnce İsveç’in pis işleri

[Yorum - Alev Alatlı] İsveç: İmaj her şeydir!

Hizbullah seçime hazırlanıyor

Etyen Mahçupyan Hakkari'yi nasıl bilirdiniz?

Savaş SÜZAL Amerika, Türkiye’yi parçalamak mı istiyor?

German presidency to try Cyprus settlement

Google News Greece - Cyprus

Güngör URAS F-16'ları başkalarına yaptırıyoruz, başkalarına baktırıyoruz

Russia joins Black Sea Harmony

ALİ BAYRAMOĞLU Türkiye'nin ana sorunu: muhalefet

İBRAHİM KARAGÜL Bu yoğun ilginin sebebi ne? Yabancılar Türk medya sektörüne neden bu kadar ilgi gösteriyor?

Islamist Turkish Daily Interview with Former Defense Minister of the Taliban

Iraqi Parliamentarian Ayad Jamal Al-Din: "We Insist on Holding a Conference to Support the Kurds in Turkey"

DNO raises its stake in northern Iraq to 55%

Saddam ve idam Murat Belge

Güler Kömürcü Washington Büyük Locası Türk'e emanet

İşte Türk ailesi Mal erkekte, ev işleri kadında. Görücü usulü hâlâ yaygın. Akraba-komşu ziyareti seviliyor, birlikte sinemaya gidilmiyor. Sigara yaygın, alkolse değil

Yüzümüze tutulan ayna Murat Yetkin

Ahmet Ertegun Knew What Was Good For Turkey: Genocide Recognition

29 Aralık 2006 Basın Özeti

Ercan Kumcu Yıl biterken dünya ekonomileri

Hurşit GÜNEŞ 2006'ya veda ederken...

Faik ÖZTRAK Sosyal devlet ve asgari ücret

Asaf Savaş Akat Düzeltme başladı mı?

Yiğit Bulut Kaos'u bilmeden 'kaos' demek

Çin ve ABD fethedildi Vestel ihracatta, Arçelik ciroda lider

Kadir Dikbaş Gelir uçurumu büyüyor mu?

ERDAL ŞAFAK Rakamların dili

ABDURRAHMAN YILDIRIM Bu tablo 'faizi aşağı çekin' baskısını artırır

H3 Faruk Loğoğlu'yla Söyleşi 'ABD'yle İlişkilerde Sorun Yaşanabilir'

İpler kopabilir Hükümetle askerlerin AB'ye alınacak tavır konusunda ilk kez uzlaştığı Milli Güvenlik Kurulu'nda, başka ülkeler için öngörülmeyen yöntemlerin Türkiye'nin önüne konulmaması ve çifte standart uygulanmaması istendi

Time for new 'modus vivendi' between Iraqi Kurds and Turkey
Semih İdiz

Cengiz Çandar 'Yoğun sis' altında, 2007’ye doğru

'İslami sol' kavramını düşünmek: Sosyalizm, İslam'a uyar mı?
MUSTAFA AKYOL

Cevikoz, Sinirlioglu top contenders to head MGK

Dismissing lack of dialogue with Iraqi Kurds, Çelikkol urges ...

Ankara expects Washington to weigh Iraq reports

Bush assured Iraqi Kurds, says Barzani

Iraklı Kürtler, James Baker Raporu'nun uygulanmaması için seferber oldu

Güngör URAS F-16'ları başkalarına yaptırıyoruz, başkalarına baktırıyoruz

EMRE AKÖZ 1 köylü eşittir 3 kentli!

MEHMET BARLAS Cumhurbaşkanı Sezer istifa ederse kriz erken çözülür...

İç Basında Türk Dış Politikası

Dış Basında Türkiye-AB İlişkileri - Dış Basında Güncel Türkiye Bülteni

Dış Basında Irak BBC Turkish 0700

Dış Basında Türkiye Turkish Press Review Google News Turkey Turquie Türkei TurcoPundit

MGK, AB’ye ilk defa rest çekti

Ferai Tınç Diyalog emek ister

Sami KOHEN Hareketli, sıkıntılı, zor bir yıl

Birand Erdoğan ve Baykal’ın performansları

MAHMUT ÖVÜR Siyasi liderlerin 2006 performansı

[Yorum - Doç.Dr.Tanju Tosun] Baykal, partisini marjinalleştiriyor

Bülent Korucu MHP nereye?

Oktay Ekşi Bu yol oraya varmaz

Cengiz Çandar Bugün yazıları

Şakir Süter AKP’de ‘açılım’ ve ‘ayıklama!’

[Yorum - Doç.Dr.Mustafa Şentop] Siyasete hukuk kılıfı

Ahmet Hakan Hiç gitmeyecekler için hac notları

MUHARREM SARIKAYA Kafkas dansı...

Taha Kıvanç

Fehmi Koru

NAZLI ILICAK

Ömer Lütfi Mete

FATİH ALTAYLI Diğer raporlar da tebliğ edilmeli

PO: Hukuki haklarımızı kullanacağız

Petrol Ofisi, Sabah gazetesi ve gazetecilik İsmet Berkan

Hasan CEMAL / Hukuka yazık!

Güneri CIVAOĞLU / Bu da geçer

H4 New York Times Up to 20,000 More Troops for Iraq Considered by Bush

Editorial The Rush to Hang Saddam Hussein Toppling Saddam Hussein did not automatically create a new and better Iraq. Executing him won’t either.

U.S. Is Told Hussein Hanging Seems Imminent Iraqi officials told the White House to expect an execution on Saturday morning, Baghdad time, U.S. officials say.

The Office Pool, 2007 By WILLIAM SAFIRE Optimistic predictions took a beating in 2006, but today — in my 33rd annual office pool in this space — is my chance to recoup.

Somalia Forces Retake Capital From Islamists Thousands of troops of the transitional government marched into Mogadishu in a stunning reversal of fortune.

Afghan Angry at Pakistan’s Plan for Mines and Fence on Border

Crisis in Housing Adds to Miseries of Iraq Mayhem

Israel Says Egypt Sends Weapons to Abbas’s Forces, With Israeli and U.S. Approval

Despite a Lull at Holidays, Beirut Digs in for a Struggle

Ireland Knew of Threats to Kennedy in 1963 Trip

H5 Washington Post Walking a Tightrope Into 2007 By David Ignatius,

Editorial A Death Sentence Affirmed Saddam Hussein's trial was imperfect. But a perfect trial would have yielded the same result.

Why We Need More Troops in Iraq By Joseph Lieberman

Ford, Nixon Sustained Friendship for Decades By Bob Woodward

Bush Considers Economic Package for Iraq Officials Describe the Initiatives as Part of a Series of Steps Designed to Counter Insurgency

With Israeli Approval, Egypt Sends Arms to Abbas's Fatah Movement

Bush Is Right -- and Other Lessons By E. J. Dionne Jr.,

The Pardon in History's Hindsight By Richard Ben-Veniste, Did Gerald Ford make the right decision in pardoning his predecessor?

Ethiopians Help Seize Somali Capital

Islamic Fighters Vanish, Flee South

PostGlobal What is your favorite proverb or saying from where you live that you would want to share with the world? What does your proverb tell us about today?

H6 Guardian Iraq's shallow justice
Richard Dicker: Saddam's trial has been a missed opportunity for the government to respect human rights.

2007: the Chinese new year Martin Jacques: China is so vast, and changing at such speed, that we should expect the unpredictable as much as the predictable.

Palestine's necessary civil war Barry Rubin Palestinian politics have reached new heights of internal conflict, pulling the population deeper into disorder and pushing them further from statehood.

2007: another bad year for IraqDilip Hiro: All signs are that early 2007 will witness Bush dispatching more American troops to the Middle East.

They could be contenders Melissa McEwan The next US presidential election is starting earlier than usual. Here's a cut-out-and-keep guide to the field.

Magadishu falls to anti-Islamists
Gunfire and looting returns to the Somali capital as Ethiopian tanks roll in and warlords begin to reclaim their old territories.

2007: No sex, please Alan Wolfe In the year to come, America will call off the culture war and get back to basics.

Beyond the bitter past Orville Schell Dec 28 06, 03:59pm: Japan's efforts to come to terms with its war guilt bring a ray of hope for its battered relationship with China

Signs of recovery in US economy
Fears that the US economy is set to slump are allayed by data from manufacturing, housing and consumer sectors

H7 McClatchy Increase in combat troops a risky tactic

Syria Poised to Assert Itself - Seth Wikas, Baltimore Sun

Daily Star Only renewed multilateralism can save America
By Joschka Fischer

What the 'poor sots' of the world know about globalization
By Mark Perry

Ahmadinejad Far Weaker Than He Lets On - Victor Davis Hanson, RCP

2006 Review: Iran's influence in Middle East to rise in 2007 Deutsche Presse-Agentur - By By Pakinam Amer

Has 9/11 Introduced a Paradigmatic Shift In the Social Sciences’ Approach to Islam and the West?
Source: Social Science Research Network (SSRN)

AN NRO SYMPOSIUM: Denis Boyles, John Derbyshire, Jonah Goldberg, Kathryn Lopez, Carrie Lukas, Cliff May, John Miller, and Andrew Stuttaford boldly make 2007 predictions. We Predict

The Future of Nuclear Power in the United States: Economic and Regulatory
AEI/Brookings

Could 2006 go down as the year Americans began to think outside their political and economic boxes? Maybe, if a recent batch of essays and policy proposals is anything more than straws in the intellectual wind.

From The Economist, democracy defiled: The coup makes a comeback in 2006

The Question They Should Have Asked
TPMCafe

H8 Google News Iraq Iran Syria Mideastwire.com - NPR Iraq

Many soldiers say troop surge a bad idea

Terror fears
Why the US is keeping a close eye on the Somali conflict

Analysis: Syria, Iran won Lebanon war

Iranian thought police

The Economist Waiting for the hangman Executing Saddam Hussein is a bad idea

Forward Senators Visit Damascus, Push For Syrian Talks

Assad’s Olive Branch Can Bear No Fruit
Ammar Abdulhamid

Austin Bay Al Qaeda's Egyptian ideological origins

H9 Ha’aretz Itamar Rabinovitch Markers on the route to Damascus

The PA summit in Jordan / Saudi Arabia will offer Arab 'road map'

U.S. senator: Assad will fight arms transfers to Hezbollah

Editorial Painting a rosier future Instead of handing out carrots in measured quantities, it must make it clear to the Palestinians that the final target is for them to grow their own carrots and not be dependent on Israel.

Knesset intelligence

Yoel Marcus: Heading into 2007, Israel is not exactly fun to live in The year of the zigzag The rivalry between our two intelligence agencies is enough to make you dizzy. But what do they know? Did they predict last year that there would be another war in Lebanon?

Burston Perfidious pilgrim The implication is that Muslims aren't really responsible for their own actions, any more than they would be if they were mischievous children or animals in the wild. No, it's us - the West, Tony Blair, George Bush, Israeli Jews - we are responsible.

Daily Alert.org - EJC Israeli Press Review Google News Israel

BBC Palestinian deaths 'rose in 2006' An Israeli rights group says three times more Palestinians have been killed by the Israeli army this year than last.

Depressing year Early hopes fade as war and discord grip Middle East

Yedioth Ahronoth 'Arafat behind envoy's death' Document reveals late PLO leader planned attack on US embassy in Sudan 34 years ago

H10 Christian Science Monitor Why Somalia war unsettles the world

As EU gates open, 'paradise' flows East Bulgarians and Romanians, finding better prospects at home, are unlikely to flood westward come Jan. 1.

US economic outlook for 2007: slow growth, but recession-free

Nonetheless, a less vibrant economy would give the Federal Reserve less wriggle room.

Blogs: Curtains for the greenback?

ASIAChina defends its military build-up

How Long For Japan To Build A Deterrent? [5]

H11 IHT The end of the West as we know it? If the world suffers radically destructive climate change, then we must recognize that everything that the West now stands for will be rejected by future generations.

With some nervousness, Slovenians are adopting the euro

Russian government gains another concession on Sakhalin-2 project

Pulling back from war in the Horn of Africa

Pakistan's tribal deals aren't working If Pakistani border tribes fail to expel Taliban militants and end cross-border attacks, Pakistani forces must do it.

Doing it their own way Latin America has clearly taken a turn in a new economic direction, and it looks to be overwhelmingly positive.

EUROPE Analysis: Europe's 2006

A Fistful of Euros Survey of the Year

Happy Birthday: Next year marks the EU's 50th anniversary.

H12 RFE/RL

Eurasianet From Abroad, Azerbaijani TV Stations Try to Speak Out

Google News Azerbaijan

Belarus, Putin heading towards showdown

Being a woman inKazakhstan

Power Sharing in Ukraine: Government Chaos Dashing Hopes of New Beginning

Moscow Set On Selling More Weapons To Remain a Superpower

The Russian-Ukrainian Political Divide
Source: Institute for the Study of Labor

H13 The Times Mogadishu Mayhem Somalia will not be rendered stable by outside intervention

Gerard Baker America is completing a gloomy year, mourning the loss of two rather different national icons

Israel allows Fatah guns across border Weaponry has been sent through Israel into Gaza in a sign that Jerusalem, London and Washington are reinforcing President Abbas

Wall Street Journal Turkmenbashi President Saparmurat Niyazov's sad legacy.
By HAMID ISMAILOV

The Populist Persuasion What do John Edwards and Lula have in common? By MARY ANASTASIA O'GRADY

Cut-and-Run Is Not in Their Vocabulary The folks at Spirit of America and the Business Council for Peace aren't abandoning Iraq or Afghanistan. By DANIEL HENNINGER

Gaz(less)prom The real threat to Europe. By ALAN RILEY

H14 Financial Times Bush silent on Iraq after meeting advisers

Editorial Time for global action on climate change

LEADER: France's fate is in her own delicate hands

Gulf Arab states ride the petrodollar boom

Spectre of rival clans in Mogadishu

Iraqis split over death penalty for Saddam

Wrestling with democracy in Tehran

COMMENT: On not apologising for supporting British industry

THE AMERICAS: Edwards vows to restore US image in bid for presidency

H15 Los Angeles Times Posthumous battle plans- Caesar: Diplomacy and power - Washington: The crying game - Genghis Khan: Law and order- Lincoln: Focus on the real foe

Hussein may be hanged in a 'day or so'

Editorial Middle East exodus part deux Editorial: The Iraq war has made Christians in the Midddle East less safe. But that's just one side of the story.

H16 American Politics Edwards Formally Joins 2008 Presidential Race Ex-Senator Calls for Drawdown in Iraq

PAUL KRUGMAN A Failed Revolution The ideals of the Republican revolution of 1994 were always based on a lie.

Clinton leads big in new key state polls Sen. tops Obama, Edwards in four states holding early primaries, per survey.

realclearpoliticsABC’s The Note - Early Bird GovExec

H17 Daily Telegraph Tony Blair is going. . . and nine other reasons to be cheerful

World must not ignore the Horn of Africa The outside world has not been indifferent to the dangers that a failed state in the Horn of Africa could pose to the region and beyond. But it has yet to come up with a long-term solution.

H18 Independent The Big Question: With Romania and Bulgaria joining the EU, how much bigger can it get?

Donald Macintyre: Is it time for Israel to start talking to Syria?

Leading article: A conflict with dangerous regional ramifications

Russia threatens to cut off gas to Belarus

Chirac ally may challenge Sarkozy for presidency

Muslims alienated at home find solace at Haj

A massive wave of young British pilgrims are arriving in Mecca, motivated in part by an increasing sense of alienation at home

H19Military Intelligence Terrorism

Boots on the Ground: Troop Density in Contingency Operations (PDF; 3.5 MB) Source: Combat Studies Institute Press; Fort Leavenworth, Kansas

Secret renditions
The BBC hunts for evidence of a CIA 'black site' in Poland

OSAC’s Top 10 Overseas Security Trends for the US Private Sector in 2006

Preventing Terrorism Using Information Sharing Networks (PDF; 392 KB)
Source: Naval Postgraduate School (thesis)

2006 Year in Review: A Diverse, Challenging Nuclear Agenda (The International Atomic Energy Association)

H20 Slate

Americans defend cultural diversity at home and deny it abroad, says Frédéric Martel. The French want it for the world but refuse it at home... more»

Alexander von Humboldt was in the 19th century a scientific rock star. This is the man who invented the idea of an ecosystem... more»

Brands – in their artful presence as icons, images, and styles – help people oddly to forge personal identities out of mass-produced, mass-distributed goods... more»

H21 Messages to Spies Are Coded but Not Hidden Over Shortwave, Anyone Can Listen It turns out that anybody can tune in to the world's top spy agencies talking to operatives. All you need is a cheap shortwave-radio receiver, the kind available at any drugstore.

Time The Bests of 2006

COMMENT: The hunt for the next web winnerBlogs and social networks made 2006 the year of user-generated content; now the race is on to spot the next trend that will shape how millions operate online, writes Richard Waters.

Composer's genius came later in sublime expression Mozart scholars won't be surprised by the discovery of yet another remarkable piece of music apparently composed by the wünderkind before he was 11

Searching times
How have net rivals Google and Yahoo fared in 2006?

2007: the fourth estate John Lloyd Dec 28 06, 02:00pm: The classical medium of newspapers is dying. If journalism itself is to survive, online, privilege must give way to participation.

2007: the premiership goes global

Ben Clissitt: With the richest clubs in British football becoming richer still, the teams below the big four will be hoping for a slice of the action.

Google Blog Search Tops Technorati

Google News / Slate Today's Papers / memeorandum / antiwar.com - political theory Arts & Letters Daily / Media Roundup / University Channel / DocuTicker / Arts & Letters Daily/ PolicyPointers / cursor / realclearpolitics / Drudge Report| raw story | truthout / Dayan Current Contents / Blogometer - Wikipedia technorati / Slate's Today's Blogs Stratfor

Juan Cole - Kevin Drum - Belgravia Dispatch - washington realist - Tom Barnett - democracy arsenal - - Josh Marshall - Daniel Drezner - Laura Rozen - the washington note - David Corn - SyriaComment - William Arkin - Phil Carter - Helena Cobban - MatthewYglesias - Oxblog - Brad DeLong - coming anarchy / Wonkette William Arkin Tom Hayden - IraqSlogger

PostGlobal - AmericaAbroad -The Corner - Passport - huffingtonpost / Pajamas Media / Open University / nytcolumns CounterterrorismBlog Today in Iraq / OutSide the Beltway - InstaPundit - winds of change Kausfiles - Becker Posner-andrewsullivan.com - Registan - armscontrolwonk - IsraPundit Regime Change Iran

 
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SOFA ABD için Irak’ta “Sonun Başlangıcı” mı? Ocak 2009
Obama Döneminde ABD ve Asya 15 Ocak 2009
Obama’nın Güvenlik Kabinesi Üzerine Notlar 4 Aralık 2008
Yeni ABD Başkanı Obama ve Türk-Amerikan İlişkileri 6 Kasım 2008
ABD Başkanlık Seçimlerinin Türk-Amerikan İlişkilerine Muhtemel Etkileri 30 Ekim 2008
ABD Başkanlık Seçimleri Ekim 2008
Obama’nın Biden’ı Tercihinin Bir Tahlili 26 Ağustos 2008
Amerikan Sağı Üzerine Notlar Ağustos 2008
Gürcistan Krizi, ABD ve Türkiye 11 Ağustos 2008
Obama'nın Dış Gezisi 29 Temmuz 2008
Başkan Bush’un Avrupa Gezisi ve Transatlantik İlişkileri 18 Haziran 2008
ABD Seçimleri (ppt) - 10 Haziran 2008
"Sessiz Tsunami": Global Gıda Krizi (ppt) - 29 Nisan 2008
Amiral Fallon'un İstifası 13 Mart 2008
ABD ve PKK İlişkisi Üzerine Notlar 22 Kasım 2007
“İçeride Liberal, Dışarıda Şahin”: K. Irak’a Harekat Üzerine Notlar 25 Ekimy 2007
K.Irak'a Ekonomik Müeyyideler Üzerine Sorular 25 Ekimy 2007
Irak "Hamle"sinin Muhasebesi Eylül 2007
Türk-Amerikan İlişkileri - Yeni Dönemin Gündemi Eylül 2007
ABD, K. Irak ve Türkiye Üzerine Notlar ve Sorular Haziran 2007
ABD ve Orta Doğu: "Müflis mirasyedi" mi "stratejik deha" mı? Mayıs 2007
Recommendations for Strengthening U.S.-Turkish Relations February 26, 2007
ABD'nin Irak'taki Seçenekleri Ocak 2007
'Topal Ördek'le İki Yıl Daha: 2006 Kongre Seçimleri Aralık 2006
U.S.: Empire, Gulliver or the “First Among Unequals” (ppt) - ASAM 2023 Conference - October 2006
Türk-Amerikan İlişkilerinde “İkinci Bahar” mı, “Sonun Başlangıcı” mı? Stratejik Analiz - Haziran 2006 -
Irak’ta Direnişin ve İşgalin Gölgesinde Demokrasi Deneyi Avrasya Dosyası - İslam ve Demokrasi Özel Sayısı
Gurur ve Önyargı: ABD İran Gerginliği ve Türkiye Stratejik Analiz Nisan 2006 - (pdf)
Arzın Merkezine Seyahat: ABD Ulusal Güvenlik Konseyi - Journey to the Center of the World: U.S. National Security Council Avrasya Dosyası 2005
Dört Tarz-ı Siyaset: Türk-Amerikan İlişkileri ve Başbakan Erdoğan’ın Washington Ziyareti Temmuz 2005
11 Eylül’den Sonra Türk-Amerikan İlişkileri: Eski Dostlar mı Eskimeyen Dostlar mı? Avrasya Dosyası - 2005
“Dört Yıl Daha”: Yeni Bush Yönetimi ve Dünya Aralık 2004
2004’ten 2005’e Türk-Amerikan İlişkileri Aralık 2004
Türkiye, Iraklı Kürtler ve Statükonun Meşruiyeti Nisan 2004 - eksik
Askerî Alanda Devrim: Askerî Bir Senfoni Ocak 2004
Çirkin Amerikalı’ ile ‘Güven Bunalımı’: ‘Süleymaniye Krizi ve Türk-Amerikan İlişkileri Temmuz 2003 - ( pdf )
The Middle East: A Land of Opportunity and Peril for Turkey - May 2003
Türk-Amerikan İlişkileri Üzerine Notlar: Ataerkil Yapıdan Tüccar Mantığına mı? Mayıs 2003
Türkiye, ABD ve Irak Harekâtı: Hayır Diyebilen Türkiye? - Şubat 2003
Değişim, ‘Sense of Proportion’ ve Tarihin Yararları ile Sınırları Üzerine Nisan 2003
ABD Güvenlik Politikalarında Güç Kullanımı ve Caydırıcılık Ağustos 2002
“Yalnız Kovboy” ya da “Eşit Olmayanlar Arasında Birinci”: ABD Dış Politikasında Tektaraflılık-Çoktaraflılık Tartışmaları Mart 2002
İyi, Kötü ve Çirkin: ABD'nin Orta Doğu Politikaları Ocak 2002
Unilateralism corrupts, absolute unilateralism corrupts absolutely Turkish News, May 21, 2002
ABD ve Afganistan: Çıkış Var mı? Kasım 2001
Realism and Change
Crime and Punishment - Deterrence and its Failure in Theory and Practice 2001
“Tüketebileceğimizden Daha Fazla Değişim” ya da Eskimeyen Dünya Düzeni Ekim 2001
“ABD-AB İlişkilerinde Metal Yorgunluğu” Haziran 2001
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