Turkey - Southeast Asia Strategic Dialogue Program

  • “Building Mutual Dependence in the New Ecosystem”
Turkey - Southeast Asia Strategic Dialogue Program; aims at revealing how mutual potentials and existing collaborations can be transformed into a strategic alliance and targets to contribute to the capacity building of the strategic ground.

The Strategic Dialogue Program aims to promote the recognition of relevant institutions and foundations, to increase the influence of civil societies, to contribute to development, to utilize the expertise in the development of resources and workplaces, to contribute to promotional activities, to explore opportunities for academic cooperation and to develop a strategic approach to ensure that all these studies are evaluated in integrity.


Main Theme
Construction of Mutual Dependence in the New Ecosystem

Sub-Themes
Economic Relations: Opportunities and Challenges
Regional Peacebuilding Efforts: Turkey - Southeast Asian Countries
Turkey-EU Relations and the Southeast Asian Countries
Technological, Academic and Cultural Cooperation
Middle East, Africa, Southeast Asian Countries Bilateral and Multilateral Cooperation
Energy, Geopolitics and Security Cooperation
Relations with US and New Partners

Africa’s security problems, Democracy and Human Rights, Economic Development, Terrorism, Transparency and Corruption. For a researcher of international relations, the African continent is only a very rich laboratory where it will be possible to analyze all the problems facing, at the present, the...;

In the multipolar security system of the Middle East, the global forces are increasingly acting on their own, and regional actors are emerging as game changers/spoilers.;

Border security ensures sustainable development of a state. Pakistan has the longest border with Afghanistan known as “Durand Line.“ The borderland is rugged, mountainous and porous unable to control the transition of people across the frontier. Both countries are having a history of strained relati...;

NATO’s ability to accord and shape security environment can be considered in four folds of which all are mutually integrated: Alliance’s solidarity, coherent common vision, consolidated security architecture and the capacity for rational prioritisation, and effective operational conduct. ;

Ladies and gentlemen it is nice to see you. Unfortunately, Covid 19 prevents us from getting together in real. Fortunately, we have the high communications technology at our disposal to continue to do business as usual.;

Istanbul Security Conference, which took place for the first time in Turkey in 2015, was held by TASAM’s National Defence and Security Institute on 05-06 November 2020, under the main theme “Security Institutions of the Future and Strategic Transformation After Covid-19; Army, Police, Gendarmerie, I...;

The report has aimed at examining the impact, based on data, of the trade between China and Turkey on the Turkey’s export to and trade with other countries,;

First of all, I sincerely welcome all our participants. I wish that the 6th Istanbul Security Conference and its sub-events, which we had to do online in 5 separate halls due to the pandemic this year, will produce strategic and historical results for our countries and the world.;

Economy and Technology Vısıon of Turkey After The Pandemıc Meetıng

  • 17 Dec 2020 - 17 Dec 2020
  • 14.00 [UTC+3] Online) -
  • Istanbul - Turkey

Turkey - China Impact Analysis Comparative Research Project and Workshop l 1st Phase

  • 02 Jul 2020 - 02 Jul 2020
  • Online Zoom Webinarı - 14:30
  • Istanbul - Turkey

3rd Turkey - Africa Defence Security and Aerospace Forum

  • 05 Nov 2020 - 06 Nov 2020
  • Interactive Stage -
  • Istanbul - Turkey

4TH Turkey - Gulf Defence and Security Forum

  • 05 Nov 2020 - 06 Nov 2020
  • Interactive Stage -
  • Istanbul - Turkey