In this study, is being developed and examined the validity of a hypothesized propensity in Turkey's future entropy for nuclear arms under the perspective of being connected to energy and climate change policies; as a case study.
In particular, whether Turkey could at least seek and pursuit technological knowhow acquisition on nuclear weapons in connection to EU's climate mitigation and energy efficiency policies.
In order to be able to conclude on the aforementioned, initially such connection between this category of policies and development of nuclear arms is being illustrated, for the existing case of N. Korea in reference to China’s policies.
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Mr. Zizopoulos G. Ast., is an inquisitive and proactive young scholar with an eclectic range of interests. Respectively to his strong interest in inter-sectoral approaches in natural resource management and energy policies, he is holding two postgraduate titles. Although his background is primarily based on natural and applied sciences, nevertheless he is characterized by an anhropo-centric view of science. the latter is apparent through his published work. Furthermore, understands modern reality of labor and undertaking -- in which someone will have to be occupied in more than one sector through his life -- as a chance for rising the challenge. In this vein, publishing his research, should be considered. In his first e-book, the elaboration of such a novel subject and delicate issue has been carried out successfully with a high level of excellence.