EU institutions should engage more politically to induce change in HIV awareness
14 Jul 2017 – 10:30 | No Comment

Nearly 122,000 are unaware of their HIV infection in Europe. To decrease the number of people who are diagnosed late or are unaware of their infection, new strategies are required to expand targeted HIV testing …

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Disposing of Hazardous Waste Safely
17 Apr 2014 – 12:33
Disposing of Hazardous Waste Safely

By Professor Dr Orhan Ince, Istanbul Technical University
Is it possible to dispose of hazardous wastes while protecting the richest flora and fauna of Europe?
Turkey is a country that has critical, natural and biological reserves at …

Will Marmara Sea Survive ? The Struggle against Pollution
17 Apr 2014 – 12:30
Will Marmara Sea Survive ? The Struggle against Pollution

By Professor Dr Derin Orhon, Professor Emeritus, Istanbul Technical University, Turkey
On the border of two continents, Europe and Asia, the Marmara Sea is undeniably one of the most picturesque marine environments in the world. …

Plague vs Cholera and Other Diseases
16 Apr 2014 – 11:58
Plague vs Cholera and Other Diseases

By Ekrem Eddy Güzeldere, Analyst at European Stability Initiative, Istanbul, Turkey
Turkey in early 2014 should be a paradise for opposition parties. The governing AK Party has been struggling with a graft probe, is criticized for …

Turkey – EU Relations after Gezi Protests and Corruption Investigations in Turkey
15 Apr 2014 – 15:08
Turkey – EU Relations after Gezi Protests and Corruption Investigations in Turkey

 
By Emine Bademci, PhD Researcher, Political Science Department, University of Gothenburg
Turkey’s EU accession talks reached an impasse in 2006 – soon after their start in 2005 – apparently due to the Cyprus issue. So far 14 …