The period between 1945 and 1990, which began at the end of the World War II, is the "Cold War" period. After the end of the Cold War, the US is the greatest asymmetric power and military-political leader in the New World Order.
The global powers that structured the Islamic geography 100 years ago, in the New World order that started with the end of the cold war, with the Greater Middle East project, this time they want to establish their dominance with the strategy of taking our geography under control, by provoking national-sectarian and congregation polarizations, by dragging them into a chaos environment.
PUBLIC AUDITING (OMBUDSMAN) AT CONTEMPORARY PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION AND MILITARY OMBUDSMAN SUGGESTION FOR TURKEY
Assist. Assoc. Dr. Ali Fuat GÖKÇE*
Suleyman Demirel University
The Journal of Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences
Y.2012, Vol.17, No.2, pp.203-227.
Public auditing is a contemporary application for accommodation the problems between public institutions and citizens. The public auditing also applied to different areas outside the classical application area. Military ombudsman is one of these different areas. Ombudsman hasn’t applied for various reasons in Turkey at the period up to plebiscite in 2010 despite initiatives in the past. The Turkish Armed Forces are on duty throughout the country with the organizational structure and a large team of staff. The width personnel staff and relations with citizens cause to emerge of various problems. In this study; the benefits and drawbacks for the institution of ombudsman in the armed forces is discussed and explained the need for the military ombudsman.
Keywords: Public Administration, Public Auditing, Auditing, Ombudsman, Military Ombudsman. Public Administration, Public Auditing, Auditing, Ombudsman, Military Ombudsman.
The most difficult market for SMEs to enter is the defense industry market. Unlike SMEs in other sectors, they face two major obstacles when entering the market;
The first major obstacle is that the defense industry requires advanced technology and high technology is possible with large R&D investments. Even if companies have sufficient brain power and technology during the establishment phase, the return of the products they produce by gaining market share requires at least 3 times more initial capital of SMEs than ordinary sectors, since it takes much more time in the defense industry sector than in other sectors.
The second major obstacle is that the market is limited by the number of states around the world. In other words, thousands of companies produce for large and small two hundred and six hundred (one hundred and ninety-four UN-registered) countries and try to get a share from the tenders.
There are various state supports for companies operating in the defense industry in industrialized countries.
The British Government announced on 11 March 2016 that a new policy was announced by the Ministry of Defense to reduce bureaucratic obstacles in order to facilitate the activities of SMEs in the field of Defense.1 Thanks to this plan, SMEs are expected to save 25% in their procurement expenditures by 2020.
Armies Must Be Religious
(APRIL 02, 2015)
Among the professions, there is no other profession other than the military profession that demands the fulfillment of the duty at the cost of his own life.
Can people who do not believe in martyrdom, who do not think afterlife, who do not believe that they will earn eternal life and heaven in return for the life they will sacrifice for their homeland, the material and moral values of their state, religion and nation, can risk their lives to do their duty in warfare?
What can be promised to people who do not have an Islamic sensitivity, who do not know the decrees of martyrdom, and who do not have the consciousness of belief in the hereafter, to be willingly sacrificing their lives?
There is no doubt that people who cannot risk to die will be deprived of the spiritual strength that will increase their financial power many times in the face of risks that will endanger their lives.
In terms of the responsibilities it assumes, we can say that the military profession is one of the professions in which members must be religious.
In order to have the spiritual power it needs in order to fulfill its duty in the extraordinary conditions of war, the soldiers of the countries, regardless of their different religion, must be RELIGIOUS.
VICTORY OF SULTAN MOHAMMED ALP ARSLAN AND SOME ISLAMIC STATES
[09 December 2014 – 16 Safar 1436 Tuesday]
Prof. Dr. Ramazan Ayvallı
M. U. Faculty of Theology Assistant Professor
There are very important victories in Turkish-Islamic history. The “Battle of Manzikert”, which took place on August 26, 1071, on the Manzikert Plain in Eastern Anatolia, between the forces of the Great Seljuk Sultan Alp Arslan and the Byzantine Emperor Romanos Diogenes, is one of the greatest victories in Turkish-Islamic history. This Seljuk-Byzantine War, which opened the gates of Anatolia to the Turks, is very important in terms of its religious, national, political and military results.
After the Victory of Manzikert, in just fifteen years, the whole of Anatolia's title deed passed into the control of the Turks. Within this regard, the Victory of Manzikert was a very important turning point in Turkish and history of the world.
The Islamic world does not have a common defense system. Defense systems on a country basis are configured, trained and equipped by about seventy companies based in Europe and the USA. Therefore, Islamic countries do not have defense strategies, industries and institutions based on domestic and self-resources. Is it conceivable that a defense system organized by European and US companies, which is entirely under the technical control of these companies, is independent of the political, sociological and military strategies of Europe and the United States?
The importance of national defense industries on the local tank Production.
Defense industries are, in fact, one of the leading indicators of state independence. It is possible that some countries can deceive their people by playing the role of independence in several areas, but in their first disagreement with their neighbors, it will be clear how independent they are. Our country had experienced this very closely during the 1974 Cyprus Operation. On the other hand, the question asked by every person with conscience and did not bear the Israeli terrorism today against the Palestinians and said, A billion and a half Muslims; if they spat at Israel sank, why cannot do anything?" The truth of the answer to your question lies in the fact that "countries with Muslim peoples are not independent in their defense industries and the manufacturer of weapons determines the definitions of friends and enemies in their weapons systems"; does not it?
The national defense industries projects, which were formed in early years of the establishment of the Republic in 1945, were terminated with American support and just as suits to invisible hands that do not want to implement such projects. After the 74 movement, a new enthusiasm arose but it could not very successful.
Nowadays, it is attempted to leap such projects again; as national infantry rifle, national war helicopters, national tanks, national drones, national air defense systems, national satellites and national warplane.
In this study, we aim to project on the deep and dangerous policy that has been implemented on the firing control systems and Tank Command Control Communication Information System, which is the heart of the tank, and highlight our national defense industry through the ALTAY tank, which is being developed with the National Facilities Tank Production Project (MİTÜP).
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Great nations have great responsibilities. Having great responsibilities undoubtedly requires great power. It is not possible to be great power without military power.
President of the Republic
On Friday, August 22, 2014, it was reported on the Republic of Turkey Presidency Corporate Website that the Defense Reform Working Group has completed its report.
Defense Reform is of serious importance in terms of Turkey's efforts to become a regional and global power with its 2023 goals. In this context, it is important to make technological reforms in weapons and command control systems, as well as structural reforms in the Ministry of National Defense and Turkish Armed Forces. The integration of defense systems into NATO defense systems should not mean NATO dependency. In accordance with the principle of full independence, unique defense systems should be produced and command and control systems should be designed to be integrated into different pacts when necessary. Therefore, the modernization work being carried out in Turkish Armed Forces currently and the need for reform of the defense systems of the Turkish Armed Forces should not be confused with each other. Otherwise, we will continue to stand by the events happening in our borders in the Middle East for a longer time and remain tied to form permanent solutions that will not only send humanitarian aid but prevent bloodshed.
1, Defense Reform Working Group Completed its Report, http://www.tccb.gov.tr/haberler/170/90779/savunma-reformu-calisma-grubu-raporunu-tamamladi.html (Access Date: August 22, 2014)
Interview with Retired General Adnan TANRIVERDİ, Chairman of the Board of Directors of ASSAM on Developments in The Turkish Defense Industry and Turkey-Africa Relations...
The status of the defense industries of the countries is an indicator of their independence. The political and economic independence of the country, whose defense industry is not independent, cannot be mentioned.