On 1 March 2012 the Turkish Economic and Social Studies Foundation (TESEV) and Eurasia Partnership Foundation (EPF) held a one-day conference on Turkey’s South Caucasus Agenda: Roles of State and Non-State Actors.
During the second half of the twentieth century, civil society organizations became an important factor in enforcing harmony within communities by highlighting civil, political, social, and environmental rights for all people.
International relations involve wars, agreements, conflicts, treaties, resolutions, rebellions, peace, cooperation etc. It means that international politics is really dynamic and multi-dimensional, therefore it has complexity all the time.Every state has different interests, capabilities and ideologies.
Over the decades, relations between Turkey and France have certainly been marked by many crises, but each time, the seniority of trade between the two countries, the influential presence of culture Francophone in Turkey allowed them to overcome and bounce back positively.
The Turkish-Armenian dispute holds a great deal of importance for both countries. The Armenian side accuses Turkey (successor of the Ottoman Empire) of committing genocide in 1915, while the Turks answer these claims by stating that the relocation of the Armenians was a necessity in a time of war.
The relationship between Turkey and Armenia has remained tranquil since Armenia was declared an independent state in 1991. When the Republic of Armenia became an independent state, Turkey gained a new neighbor in the region after an era of conflicts.