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Download PDF Video THEME CU.S.-Turkey Civil Nuclear Cooperation in the Post-Cold War Worldontent goes hereContent goes here SUMMARY This is Event Summary EVENT AGENDA Opening Dinner Closing FEATURED SPEAKERS Abdulmajid Katranji, the Islamic Society of Greater Rabbi David J.B. Krishef, Congregation Ahavas Israil Rev. Chandler Stokes, Westminster Presbyterian Church EVENT DETAILS Date: January 31, 2012 6:30 -9:00 pm Venue: Grand Valley State UniversityAlumni House & Visitor Center 1 Campus Dr. Allendale MI 49401 PICTURES String could not be parsed as...

Turkish Olympiads and achieving peace

ORHAN OĞUZ GÜRBÜZ A utopia ushers in a new era. We explore and take courageous actions thanks to our dreams of what is possible. Turkish colleges around the world are sponsored by entrepreneurs who are members of a movement in Turkey that has made serious progress in creating this utopia. If you describe languages, religions, races and continents as meeting points rather than as points of discrimination, you can be comfortable becoming involved in global communication and friendship. Turkey, which experienced joy and enthusiasm with the 11th International Turkish Language Olympiad, is also curious about the stories behind this festivity. To better understand these colleges and schools as Turkish brands and the educational activities performed by the civil society initiatives of private entrepreneurs, a variety of answers, including those making use of different analogies, are offered to the public. It is argued that graduates from these schools will create trade bridges in the future because they have established strong communications between peoples. Without a doubt these schools will help facilitate the development of multidimensional relations between nations in the future. It is obvious that these colleges will make a huge contribution to the future of home and host countries due to the high quality education they offer. Inevitably, Turkey will assume a huge role in world peace and the alliance of nations. However, the primary factor that makes these colleges and schools a success story and islands of hope for the future is that the idea of peace and friendship is the ultimate goal of this endeavor. In the great utopia built by the members of the movement of volunteers that is being extensively and strongly supported by people in Turkey, humane development, trade and international political relations may find a suitable place as secondary outcomes as well. However, the primary goal in the existence of these colleges is...