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    Mediterranean climate is less dominant than most climate regions located in the Middle East. The Mediterranean climate region is close to large bodies of water for example the Mediterranean Sea. Countries that have this climate region are Morocco, Lebanon, Turkey, and Iraq. (“Climate and Vegetation Map” on page 362.) These different climate regions have a major effect on where people live. Looking at the population density map it shows more people live by large bodies of water because there is…

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    Syrian Crisis Analysis

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    the fluctuation of the oil prices due to the instability in the Middle East. "Syria crisis: Where key countries stand." BBC News . BBC News, 30 Oct. 2015. Web. 25 Apr. 2016. This article is a brief summary of the countries’ like the U.S, Russia, Turkey, and Saudi Arabis stands on the Syrian crisis. This article is informing the reader about political and economical connection of these countries and Syria. The main goal of this article is to clarify the stands of the countries that are playing…

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    Regarded as a nation bridging Europe and Asia, Turkey holds control over the amount of refugees entering Europe from mostly neighbouring Middle Eastern countries as well as African countries and the Indian subcontinent. Due to the large amount of migrants crossing through Turkey, the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) made an agreement to “provide some degree of protection and status determination” for asylum seekers and refugees. The UNHCR defines a refugee as a person “who is unable or unwilling to…

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    part of a minority group. Most of the country, 99.8%, practices the Muslim religion, and the other small percentage is mostly Christians and Jews. Their official language is Turkish but people do speak Kurdish and other minority languages as well. Turkey is located in Southeastern Europe and Southwestern Asia, bordering the Black Seam between Bulgaria and Georgia. It also borders the Aegean Sea and Mediterranean Sea, between Greece and Syria. They have hot, dry summers with mild, wet…

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    Turkey Memories

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    Memories of turkey season All hunters around Hector have been looking forward for April 15, which is the first day of turkey season! It brings families and friends together, and makes special memories. Here are a few that come to mind, my uncle/father “my favorite part of turkey hunting is hearing that first big tom of the day gobbling head off. My favorite memories are hunting with my kids and Jake/dad, seeing the smile on y'alls face my every dollar and hour spent worth it.” Here is a…

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    more than 200,000 Syrian nationals to enter into Suruc, Turkey, and 150,000 arrived at that Turkish camp in the space of only three days. Thus, presently, more than half of Syria’s population, before the onset of war, is now dislocated and took flight into the neighboring countries of Jordan, Lebanon, Iraq, Egypt and Turkey. Turkey has become the national host nation with the largest number of Syrian-born refugees in the Middle East. Turkey has accepted the most wartime refugees of any nation on…

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    to the Kurdish-Turkish relationship. The Kurds who are reported to be over 35 million and commonly discussed as a nation that does not have any state (McDowall, 1997). As explained by McDowall, the homeland of the Kurds happens to neighbor Syria, Turkey, Iran, and Iraq and as a result, the various governments in the four different countries relates differently with the Kurds. According to historian William Westermann (1991), “The…

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    The Kurds Research Paper

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    The US and NATO hold enormous influence over both Iraq and Turkey. In Iraq, the US still has influence over the Iraqi government and the Iraqi army, as the US is integral to helping stave off ISIS from Baghdad. NATO also has economic influence over Iraq, since the US imports significant amounts of oil from Iraq, they could do great harm to their economy. NATO members could also affect Turkey's oil industry. Turkey is also in a precarious military position in the wake of Russian aggression…

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    Media Manipulation

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    Media has become the “fourth pillar of the government” in Turkey, ever since the first private media outlets emerged in the 1980s (Çaglar & Çakar-Mengü, 2009). The lack of laws to limit the monopolization and acquiring the competition in relation to media companies, made it easier for influential and wealthy individuals to create media cartels in Turkey. Unlike other profit driven businesses, media that has been created or acquired to maximize profits in non-media related sectors is likely to…

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    Simulation In this study, optimisation of both parameters together with energy performance assessment of the mechanical ventilated PV façade system are conducted using TRNSYS. The schematic diagram of the components used to simulate the system is provided in Figure 2. The façade is part of a prototypical daylit cellular office building that is represented by Type 56 in Figure 2. This built form is chosen because it accounts for more than 67% of office buildings in England and Wales [25]. The…

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