ASIAN Journal of International Peace & Security (AJIPS) <p class="aboutus-text"><strong>ASIAN Journal of International Peace and Security (AJIPS)</strong> is an <strong>HEC recognized (Y category) </strong>quarterly [since 2021, previously biannual (2020 and annual 2017-2019)] double-blind peer-review research journal of the <strong>Foundation for Advancement of Independent Research and Learning for International Peace and Security (FAIRLIPS).</strong> The foundation aims to promote independent research and learning, both indispensable for securing international peace and security.</p> <p class="aboutus-text">The journal endeavors to advance the mission, principles, aims, and objectives of the foundation. It believes in the principles of strict adherence to objectivity, impartiality, and neutrality as well as access to truth and its transmission. Its main aim is to supplement the foundation’s objectives particularly: to create, promote and disseminate knowledge, and; to provide researchers from all over the world especially from the developing states such as Pakistan and other regional countries a forum to help publish their research on fast track basis.</p> en-US (Dr. Manzoor Ahmad Naazer) (Managing Editor) Fri, 01 Mar 2024 00:00:00 +0000 OJS 60 Dynamics of Transformation in Turkey’s Foreign Policy <p>Turkey is an economically and strategically significant country that is located in Eurasia<br>and Western Asia. It has a unique synthesis of Western and Islamic culture and<br>civilization. It focused on relations with the West and the European Union since 1924.<br>However, under the government of Erdogan, its foreign policy is being shifted to the<br>Muslim world and to purse a balanced approach to growing multilateralism. The paper<br>is focused to exploring the growing changes in political, economic, social and diplomatic<br>aspects of Turkish foreign policy. Turkey’s growing energy demands, expanding<br>economic linkages and changing patterns in relations with regional and global<br>countries and institutions are some prominent factors that depict a new form and<br>picture of Turkey. This paper aims to discuss the underlying causes of political,<br>economic, social and diplomatic change in Turkey as well as the country’s policies on<br>various fronts. The ongoing transformation in Turkey and its impacts on regional and<br>global levels have been analyzed. The descriptive-analytical method has been used to<br>describe the policies and events and to analyze these with arguments.</p> Asia Khatoon, Sajida Faraz, Manzoor Ahmad Copyright (c) 2024 ASIAN Journal of International Peace & Security (AJIPS) Fri, 15 Mar 2024 00:00:00 +0000