Turkish NGOs’ involvement in humanitarian aid traces back to the 1990s, where Turkish organizations went to the field during the crises in Bosnia and Kosovo.
“This also means that in inter-human communication, which plays a fundamental role, we show our face.
He told Chirac that he wanted to provide all democratic and human rights to the Turkish people, just like France did; however, he added that if we wouldn’t support him in EU accession, he would create an Ankara criteria and move on, leaving the Copenhagen criteria aside.
Trump, for instance, has advocated for partnering with Turkey to create a “safe zone” in northern Syria, something that the Syrian rebels, human rights groups and Ankara have long called for.
People coming from French colonies, jobless for three generations, and bearing neither Muslim nor French identity had formed a potential human resource for DAESH.
However, to rely only on the impact of newer technological developments on human beings – such as the mass media – without investigating the philosophical and historical background of sentiments such as pessimism, prostration, or discouragement will present a short-sided view.
It appears that a moment came when people began to question the purpose of the EU, and they asked themselves “who are we?” Moreover, they have begun to believe that values such as democracy, human rights and fundamental freedoms are solid enough and do not require the EU’s protection.
With the start of the Syrian Revolution in March 2011, we have seen the worst of humanity; but, we have also witnessed some of humanity’s best.
The readmission agreement was ratified; border controls beefed up; cooperation with Frontex began, in the struggle against human traffickers in the Aegean Sea.
They target not only the issue of representativeness, but also the Security Council’s failure to respond effectively to humanitarian crises like the recent debacle in Syria.
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In addition, the current humanitarian tragedy in Syria where millions of civilians are brutally killed and forced into exile by both ISIS and the terror producing/exporting Assad Regime will force the French government to follow a more diplomatic path.