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The Turkish Heart Study

Ayşe Önal Zamboğlu- San Francisco
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Turkish American High-Tech Professionals welcomed a very special guest, Prof. Robert Mahley. Dr. Mahley is a renowned expert on heart disease, cholesterol metabolism and, more recently, Alzheimer's disease, and is the president of the J. David Gladstone Institutes, director of the Gladstone Institute of Cardiovascular Disease, and professor of pathology and medicine at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF).

"Turkish Bob's" Love Of Half a Century

Ali Cinar - Connecticut
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When American protest singer Bob Dylan, in his autobiography “Chronicles” mentioned his ancestors’ origins as Turkey, it had major repercussions in Turkey, and we experienced the happiness of finding somebody else with ties to Turkey.

Get rid of the Psychological Quotas

Mustafa Aykaç-Boston
Fahri Karakaya, PhD is a teaching fellow at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth. He is specialized in market entry and entry barriers. “Entry Barriers and Market Entry Decision: A Guide for Executives” is the first of his three books. He is currently expanding his studies to global markets and toward the field of electronic trade.

Third Dutchman in the NATO

Yasin Yağcı – The Netherlands
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Jaap de Hoop Scheffer, the new Secretary of General of the NATO has officially taken office. The NATO was established during the Cold War era but is increasingly being questioned for its current raison d’etre. Last September, Mr. Schaffer was appointed to replace George Robertson, who retired from the NATO, while he was the Minister of Foreign Affairs in the Netherlands. He is the third Dutch Secretary General in the history of NATO.

Presidential Elections and Turkey

Ali Gunertem
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2003 was a quite busy year. As we entered 2004, most readers who are interested in the US-Turkey relations as much as I am had great expectations. In 2003, Iraq will continue to be the most important subject in foreign policies of Turkey and the US.

Country of Legends

According to legend, the Sultan of the Kubadabad Dynasty in Anatolia was told by a fortune-teller that the princess he loved would die on her 18th birthday due to a snake bite. The Sultan, intending to protect the girl from snakes, had a tower built in the middle of the Bosporus Strait in Istanbul and safeguarded her there.

Shopping Craze!

Cemil Ozyurt
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Thanksgiving Day is one of the most important celebrations in the USA. Thanksgiving is celebrated on the last Thursday in November, and was first celebrated in 1621. The Plymouth Colony, which was made up of some of the first settlers of the present day USA, celebrated the bounty of their harvest following a hard winter, and later turned this into an occasion to thank God for all that He gave them.

Just Another Magazine

Cemil Ozyurt
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According to a study done by “Mr. Magazine,” Prof. Samir Hüsni, chair of the Journalism Department at the University of Mississippi, 60% of all new, independent magazines in the USA endeavoring to bring something new to their readers end up folding within their first year in print. 

Can I Sell You Some Information?

Cemil Ozyurt
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Do you know how the oft-repeated phrase `we live in the information age` is transformed by the business world into money? Let's take a look at how the information being disseminated from the four corners of the globe is collected into a single integrated package before being then distributed.  
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