Economist, certified English<>Turkish translator, writer
Our Future Lies in our Hands
One of the most current and perhaps the most important issues in the world we encounter is climate change and global warming as its consequence. This is even more dangerous than the Covid-19 pandemic that the entire world is trying to deal with. Unfortunately, we have fallen short of the only solution to this, which is creating awareness among people to determine a collective strategy. Due to this failure, we have to deal with disasters such as floods, fires, and droughts.
Beginner’s Guide To Join Vocal Media
It’s been one month since I started writing for Vocal. With the experience I have had so far, I highly recommend you to join Vocal.
Let’s Not Forget What Happened in Srebrenica
11 July 11 2021 marks the twenty-sixth anniversary of the Srebrenica genocide in which 8372 Bosnian Muslim men and boys were massacred by the Bosnian-Serb forces. The worst atrocity in Europe since World War II is still a bleeding wound for humanity.
New Era Begins As NATO Forces Withdraw From Afghanistan:
During the latest NATO meeting on 14 June 2021 in Brussels, US President Biden and Turkey’s President Erdogan agreed Turkey would lead to protect Kabul’s Hamid Karzai International Airport in Kabul, Afghanistan. Turkey would like to carry on this mission with the existence of troops from Pakistan and Hungary.
The Translation Sector in Turkey and in the World
Translation is the name given to the work that preserves the meaning of the text in a language and carries it to the text in the target language. The translator must know the terminology of both languages, all the meanings of words and phrases, and have a good command of the grammar rules of the target language.
Turkish Cuisine From Past To Present
When I first decided to write about my country and its culinary culture to an international audience, I wanted to first find out about the history of food. I had to find the answers to questions like “what did the early people eat, how did they have a settled life, how did they first produce their food, how did the food culture begin and how did food culture differ from one region to another?”
1918 Spanish Influenza Vs Coronovirus of 2020
It is important to be informed about the previous pandemic to better understand Covid-19 and how to cope with it. The 1918 flu is caused by an H1N1 influenza A virus. Spanish influenza, which was active from 1918 to 1920, infected nearly 500 million people including 675,000 American citizens.
The Eastern Mediterranean Issue
Turkey is a country surrounded by three major seas: the Black Sea, the Aegean Sea, and the Mediterranean. Last year, Turkey and Greece came face to face in the Eastern Mediterranean, in which Turkey has a 1,870 km coastline while Greece’s coast length is 167 km. The reason for the dispute was Turkey’s initiation of a seismic survey to find gas in the Eastern Mediterranean waters. The world is closely monitoring what steps Greece and Turkey will take in the days coming by.