This conference is organized by      

Çankaya University, Turkey,

Şırnak University, Turkey,

more than 3  Journals which are indexed by SSCI SCI and other indexes, Turkey, Canada,

Institude of Strategic Thinking  (SDE) , Turkey,

Center for Energy and Value Issues (CEVI),  Netherland,

And Other Institutes

Over the last four decades, the world has experienced some historically significant energy crises (the 1973 Oil Embargo, the 1978 Iran Revolution, the 1980 Iran-Iraq War, the 1990 Invasion of Kuwait by Iraq). These experiences showed that energy is not just a national issue, but a global one.The interest of energy researcher on this issue gained a new momentum with increasing concerns about global warming, especially after adoption of the Kyoto Protocol in 1997 that entered into force in 2005. Industrialized member countries committed themselves to a reduction of greenhouse gas emission, mainly by restricting fossil fuel consumption. The participating parties in the Kyoto Protocol have decided to adopt a universal legal agreement on climate change as soon as possible and no later than 2015. Taking account of these issues regarding the energy consumption, it is evident that discovering the causal linkages through energy consumption and other related issues is vital in designing energy policies for each nation.

National security, energy dependence and climate change are interrelated global problems. Dependence on foreign sources of energy constitutes a serious threat—militarily, socially and economically. Today solving the energy crisis which is one of the main topic of international relations is to take a lot of social action combined with government support. National security, energy dependence and climate change are interrelated global problems. Dependence on foreign sources of energy constitutes a serious threat—militarily, socially and economically.  Increasing energy costs pushed global leaders to research alternatives and provided the funding to make changes. Cases like global warming are becoming mainstream reality and causing worldwide concerns about pollution and energy production, transformation and consumption. It is clear that world's current energy system is unsustainable, and that energy efficiency is the fastest, cleanest, and cheapest solution to its economic, security and climate challenges. As production is dependent on energy resources, economic future of nations based on upon equitable access to energy. This in turn sets the framework of nations dependence on energy and hence, why these national security is tied to securing the flow of energy resources.

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