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The Internationalization of Higher Education in Turkey

by Mahmut Özer

Turkey has taken critical steps in recent years to strengthen the internationalization of its higher education system. The enrollment ratio in Turkish higher education has also increased, and, at present, Turkish higher education experiences the internationalization phase.

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The New Turkey interviewed Professor Şener Aktürk and talked about the present international developments with regard to the geopolitical crisis in the Caucasus, Ukraine, and the Middle East.

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Undoubtedly, the FSA/Turkish forces are capable of liberating the lands from the terrorist groups, if no international political strings are attached. However, the biggest challenge is endurance.

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The Unveiled Consensus in Turkey

by Nigar Tuğsuz

The feeling that has mobilized Turkish society is anti-militarism as much as it is nationalism. In Turkey, today, there are strong uniting motivations, such as anti-militarism, participation in the public sphere, and democratic expectations.

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Turkey’s July 15 Revolution

by Atilla Yayla

Turkey’s July 15 resistance against the coup attempt is no less than the British, American or French revolutions. It has the main characteristics of the classical revolutions. Now Turkey is among the countries that have a saga to support the democratic system.

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Financing the Manufacturing Industry in Turkey

by Nurullah Gür

Turkey should switch its financial system from debt-based finance to equity-based finance to meet the manufacturing industry’s need for new investments.

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Re-Thinking the Human Capital Aspect of Industry

by Hatice Karahan

The human capital aspect of the new industrial revolution necessitates prompt planning with an educational focus that will equip students with technological backgrounds, starting from early ages.

Fahrettin Altun

What is happening to the United Nations order?

Turkey is attempting to make the U.N. meaningful and functional despite obstructions. And it should continue in its attempts. But the age of regarding the U.N. as a magic key is over. The question now is; what kind of status quo will form in the place of the U.N. order?

Burhanettin Duran

Next US President must make Peace with Turkey

The picture is grim, but the next U.S. president could make some changes and avoid unnecessary conflict. To avoid additional problems with Turkey, the next president should correct President Obama's mistakes.

INVESTIGATION Turkey's July 15 Revolution

Turkey's July 15 Revolution

The New Turkey published several articles investigating political, social, and economic aspects of July 15 resistance to the coup attempt.

INVESTIGATION Freedom of Expression: Alla German?

Freedom of Expression: Alla German?

Despite the long history of friendship and partnership between Turkey and Germany, there are tidal waves of symmetry and asymmetry in political relations of the two countries. The New Turkey investigated current biased representations of Turkey in Germany.

Failed Coup-Attempt in Turkey: What happened on July 15?

On July 15, 2016, a small group of illegally organized soldiers within the Turkish Armed Forces, loyal to FETO (Gulenist Terror Organization), plotted a failed coup in Turkey.

INTERVIEW The Geopolitical Crisis in the Caucasus, Ukraine, and the Middle East

The Geopolitical Crisis in the Caucasus, Ukraine, and the Middle East

The New Turkey interviewed Professor Şener Aktürk and talked about the present international developments with regard to the geopolitical crisis in the Caucasus, Ukraine, and the Middle East.

INTERVIEW German Media and Turkey

German Media and Turkey

Media is not a global vending machine, where you go and want something. If you want something, you need to get it done yourself.