Tag Archives: Turkey

EU Treaties, the History of Founding Treaties and the Turkey Issue

With the aftermath of World War II, the European continent was utterly devastated. Entire regions of both Axis and Allied country were reduced to wastelands and rubble. Cities were in turmoil and the economies of every heartland Euro nation was pretty much in the drink, and without any sort of true method of refurbishing their […]



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The European Union’s One for One Deal

In wake of the Islamic State seizing control of Middle Eastern countries, the European Union has had to address the issue of refugees fleeing the controlled areas to seek refuge in European countries.  This has led to Greece receiving countless illegal refugees that have retreated into the country seeking their assistance.  This resulted in the […]



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Armenian Religion

Religion is an extremely important aspect of Armenian culture, for Armenians both within and outside of Armenia. The dominant Armenian religion is Christianity, with a total of 95% of Armenians belonging to the Armenian Apostolic Church. This is especially notable, as no other country in the Middle East is predominantly Christian.The only other area in this part […]



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Sufism: An Overview

My final project in Minority Report was to present an oral presentation about a minority group in Turkey. My team members and I chose to learn about the Sufi people for our report. The Sufi are an aspect of Islamic faith focused on mysticism and connecting personally with God. The Sufi people have been a minority in […]



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