Following the conclusion of the COP28 Summit in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, Insight Turkey organized an online panel where experts discussed the implications and outcomes of the COP28 Summit for climate change mitigation efforts. As the Insight Turkey team, we hope that the panel's comments are informative and provide a better knowledge of the issues at hand. A video of the entire panel session is available on our YouTube channel.
As a continuation of the 1st Panel held on November 10th, Insight Turkey held a second panel entitled "On the Eve of a New Century Türkiye's Foreign Policy," where experts discussed Turkish foreign policy and bilateral relations. As the Insight Turkey team, we are pleased to offer the panel's informative and enlightening commentary on the matter at hand. We invite you to view the complete panel discussion on our YouTube channel.
After the Summer 2023 Issue on the Century of Türkiye was released, Insight Turkey organized an online where experts discussed Turkish foreign policy and bilateral relations. As the Insight Turkey team, we hope that the panel's comments are informative and provide a better knowledge of the issues at hand. A video of the entire panel session is available on our YouTube channel
After the publication of the Summer 2022 special issue “Embracing Emerging Technologies,” Insight Turkey coordinated a panel where distinguished participants shared their opinions on the technological developments in Türkiye. Insight Turkey hopes that the panel is fruitful and provides a better understanding of the issue at hand. The full panel can be found on our Youtube channel.
One of the critical questions for the future of the Metaverse is
whether it will be global and singular –or multiple, company or country
based. This question is yet to be answered, but unique metaverse universes,
which will be built based on regional integrations rather than McWorld
monopolization, will gain value in the future for the healthy operation of
the Metaverse. The Organization of Turkic States (OTS), which was developed into an international organizational structure through the initiative
of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan last year, offers a form whose effectiveness is increasing daily in the global system, in keeping with the 2040
Vision of the Turkic World. Under Türkiye’s leadership, the Turkoverse, a
unique Metaverse universe in which the members of the OTS will interact, can be built. By integrating the capital cities of the member states into
this structure, their geographical distance will be eliminated, and the free
movement of labor and money within the Turkic World will be possible.
Ultimately, this step will protect Türkiye and other Turkic states from uncertainties about the future of the larger Metaverse. This paper investigates
the extent to which the Metaverse is the next big thing in diplomacy and
how Türkiye can impact the formation of a new norm that will eventually
affect the global system.
Over the past fifteen years, nation branding has become a popular subject of study, and a formative enterprise in the creation of national character. The aim of nation branding is to create positive feelings in people’s minds toward the economic, political, social and geographical conditions of a nation. The aim of this paper is to examine the role of TİKA in the context of Turkey’s nation branding in general, with special attention to the Syrian refugee crisis. Further, this paper aims to explain the effects of the Turkish humanitarian assistance process on the Syrian people who live in Turkey as refugees, and to bring a nation branding perspective to how and why nations pay attention to public diplomacy in their attempts to keep their national image strong.
The current research has the purpose of analyzing Turkey’s approach toward Latin America and the Caribbean region through the prism of soft power theory, and through a specific case study, i.e. Turkey-Cuba relations. The working assumption is that Turkey has been able to increase its presence and influence in the region, thanks to a particular soft power-oriented approach known as multi-dimensional policy, which reflects both new behavior and new agents. An analysis of Turkey-Cuba relations will not only help to improve the literature about Turkey’s foreign policy on a subject which has not yet been adequately examined, but will also underline features and peculiarities of Turkey’s soft power, such as the emerging “Mosque Diplomacy.”.