Energy is one of a nation’s most vital prerequisites for its economic and social development. A country that lacks adequate energy resources, or the technology and the equipment to transform its resources into energy in a timely manner, inevitably lacks economic and national security.
Parenting in the coronavirus era is stressful and emotional; handling the virus threat brings a unique and significant amount of domestic and emotional labor to our lives for me and many others.
The coronavirus crisis has demonstrated the strengths and weaknesses of many global systems but has fundamentally challenged individual states.
As the coronavirus spreads, so does its likely political fallout. For authoritarians and autocrats, this is likely to be a mixed bag.
On March 9, 2020, Ali Babacan founded a new political party called the Democracy and Progress Party (acronym DEVA, meaning “remedy” in Turkish
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is standing by his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin, despite escalating tensions between them over Syria.
Necdet Pamir, one of Turkey’s foremost experts on energy, was recently asked about the latest crude oil developments regarding Saudi Arabia and Russia, and their seeming impasse.