State-Business Relations in Azerbaijan through the Eyes of the Turkish Businesspeople



Bilateral relations between the US and Saudi Arabia: 1990-2003
Benlioğlu, Eda; Altunışık, Meliha; Department of International Relations (2005)
The objective of this thesis is to analyze the bilateral relations between the US and Saudi Arabia in the period between 1990 and 2003. In this context, the aim is to find out an answer to the question of how the relations between the US-Saudi Arabia have strained after September 11. Accordingly, the thesis contains four main parts. In the first part of the study, the historical background of US-Saudi relations up to the 1990-1991 Gulf Crisis, which was based on oil for security exchange, is studied. In the...
State Estimation and Control for Low-cost Unmanned Aerial Vehicles
Söken, Halil Ersin (Springer, London/Berlin , 2015-04-01)
This book discusses state estimation and control procedures for a low-cost unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV). The authors consider the use of robust adaptive Kalman filter algorithms and demonstrate their advantages over the optimal Kalman filter in the context of the difficult and varied environments in which UAVs may be employed. Fault detection and isolation (FDI) and data fusion for UAV air-data systems are also investigated, and control algorithms, including the classical, optimal, and fuzzy ...
Rahman, Afzalur; Tanrısever, Oktay Fırat; Department of International Relations (2022-3)
This thesis seeks to examine the bilateral and regional dimensions of the relations between Turkey and Bangladesh. The thesis explores the relations between Turkey and Bangladesh in the diplomatic, security, economic and socio-cultural dimensions. This thesis argues that contrary to the views of those scholars who think that relations between Turkey and Bangladesh are insignificant because of the geographical distance between these two countries, Turkey and Bangladesh have developed their both bilateral and...
State immunity in Turkish law: an analysis of the doctrine of state immunity in the light of the decisions of the Turkish Court of Cassation
Kök, İdil Buse; Polat, Necati; Department of International Relations (2012)
State immunity is a doctrine of international law, regulating a cluster of exceptions to the legal authority of the territorial state. According to the doctrine; acts, possessions and heads of a foreign state are not subject to the domestic justice system in an individual state. Traditionally, the doctrine builds on the concept of sovereignty, which is the regulating principle of the international normative order: since all sovereigns are equal, a sovereign cannot possibly be called to account before the au...
State-religion relations and welfare regimes in Europe
Romanillos, Jose Luis; Beaumont, Justin; Şen, Mustafa (2012-01-01)
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P. Bedirhanoğlu Toker, State-Business Relations in Azerbaijan through the Eyes of the Turkish Businesspeople. 2016, p. 126.