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Tevfik Kadan

Tevfik Kadan was born on April 27, 1990 in Isparta.

He studied Turkish Naval High School and Academy.

He took computer and electrical electronics engineering courses and worked as a Freelance Consultant Engineer for some time.

Kadan has been working in the field of journalism since 2010, and served as the Head of Vatan Party Press Office for 2 years and as Aydınlık Newspaper’s News Manager for 2 years. He works as the Editor in Chief at Aydınlık.com.tr.

Expert materials

Common enemy, golden opportunity: PKK terrorists cornered in Syria

Common enemy, golden opportunity: PKK terrorists cornered in Syria

The PKK / YPG terrorist organization stuck in the east of the Euphrates has begun to take aim at Turkey, Russia and Syria simultaneously.
Confrontations, the balance of power and Turkey’s next steps in the Blue Homeland

Confrontations, the balance of power and Turkey’s next steps in the Blue Homeland

The tension that escalated in the wake of the seismic/drilling activities conducted by Turkey within its legal maritime jurisdiction in Eastern Mediterranean was a part of broader problems resulting from Greece’s efforts to increase its territorial waters.
How were the foundations of the Blue Homeland laid?

How were the foundations of the Blue Homeland laid?

Although the West defines Turkey's reconnection to the open seas 'Neo-Ottomanism', Turkey's Blue Homeland Doctrine is a 21st century geopolitical reality originally outlined by Mustafa Kemal Ataturk as a survival necessity for the democratic, secular republic whose borders are drawn in accordance with the universal law of the sea and reinforced by state practices.
The next steps Turkey must take in the Aegean and Eastern Mediterranean

The next steps Turkey must take in the Aegean and Eastern Mediterranean

Even though Turkey has responded to Greece’s wayward behavior with its armada, it should take advantage of the situation by leveling a diplomatic and juridical attack
The deception of the Greeks: Athens’ unlawful promises to its people

The deception of the Greeks: Athens’ unlawful promises to its people

Greece is trying to expand its territorial waters to a 12 nautical mile radius based on the United Nations Convention on The Law of the Sea
Athens’ big mistake: The collapse of Greek theses

Athens’ big mistake: The collapse of Greek theses

The so-called Exclusive Economic Zone agreement signed between Greece and Egypt was the second agreement after the Italian agreement that trashed Athens’ theses
Buildup in the Mediterranean: Russia’s Fifth Fleet vs. the US’ Sixth Fleet

Buildup in the Mediterranean: Russia’s Fifth Fleet vs. the US’ Sixth Fleet

The 5th Fleet, which Soviet Russia first established in the Mediterranean in 1963-64, is now challenging the 6th Fleet of the US in the waters of the Mediterranean
The end of Seville: the Turkish tradition of tearing up maps

The end of Seville: the Turkish tradition of tearing up maps

Navtex wars are taking place in the Eastern Mediterranean
Is Greece’s plan to go to the Hague with Egypt over Meis Island realistic?

Is Greece’s plan to go to the Hague with Egypt over Meis Island realistic?

Athens is discussing finding a solution to the Meis problem through the International Court of Justice, by including Egypt
Greece capitulates Turkish claims in Italy delimitation deal

Greece capitulates Turkish claims in Italy delimitation deal

The Exclusive Economic Zone Agreement signed between Greece and Italy shows that Greece has waived its claims regarding the contested islands of the Eastern Mediterranean