Energy Relations between Turkey and Russia

Politics


Editor: Halil Burak Sakal

Cappadocia University Publications: 7
Politics Books Series: 1

ISBN: 978-605-80721-0-7
DOI: 10.35250/sks.02.2019.01
URL: https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12695/193

February 2019

© Copyright, 2019, CAPPADOCIA UNIVERSITY PUBLICATIONS
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Conference transcription: Medine Derya Canpolat
Cover and Page Design: Nazile Arda Çakır

Sakal, Halil Burak, (editor).
Energy Relations between Turkey and Russia
107 pages, 135 x 210 mm.
1. Turkey, 2. Russia, 3. Energy, 4. Energy Policy, 5. International Relations

This study was prepared by compiling the notes of the workshop held in cooperation with the Ankara Policy Centre (APM), the Russian Institute for Strategic Studies (RISI) and Cappadocia University (KÜN) in the Mustafapaşa campus of Cappadocia University on September 26–28, 2018.

The workshop consisted of speeches and presentations related to cooperation in the field of energy in Turkey, Russia and the Middle East, problem areas, current issues and future evaluations of Turkey–Russia relations. Especially in recent years, in the period following the Arab Spring, developments, political crises and wars in the Middle East region, which are a global concern, affecting also Turkey and Russia, have increased the importance of energy issues in this region. There is no doubt that the bilateral relations and cooperation environment that developed rapidly after the diplomatic and political crises between Russia and China will have a great impact on the future of the region.

He completed his undergraduate education in the field of Business Administration, and his master’s and doctorate studies in the field of International Relations. He has conducted various studies into the historical and current issues of the former Soviet Union and Central Asian regions, and has carried out field researches into the natural resources, economy and environmental problems of the region. Aside from publishing articles on these issues in national and international journals, he has participated in international projects and regional conferences. He is currently serving as the Head of the Department of Political Science and International Relations of Cappadocia University and as Vice Dean of the Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences of the same university.

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