There were some indications before the World Wars or the huge wars that were not named World Wars broke out. One of these was the drop in economical stability, the problems of market sharing and richness between countries coming into play, and therefore ethnical and religious differences. The 20th Century was the world’s most bloodstained period. 9 to 10 million people died at the First World War. 59 people died at the Second World War. However, the death toll due to war in the 20th century stands between 167 million and 188 million. The people’s, goods and services free trade over the borders with globalisation as well their integration into the global economy can avoid crises or wars but they might cause a crisis or war more easily. The 20th century was a time when the development accelerated, inventions got more, the resources got less, the sharing of resource became more difficult, global imbalances speeded up and ethic wars became more frequent. For this reason, The Balkans- Black Sea- The Baltic Sea and Balkans- Basra- Black Sea became two important instability regions. The first triangle was the most dangerous place on earth between 1904 and 1953. The second triangle however is more in the forefront in the modern day. Before and after the Cold War era, the times lived in the Central and Eastern Europe put the first triangle in a political and social peace climate. The second triangle however with a fierce globalisation and increase of global imbalance and increase of ethnic discomfort created a new vacuum centre. After every major war, maps changed. The incompatibility of ethic borders and political borders brought with it political and economical instability. In 1913, 82% of the world population was living in empires that don’t exist today over 6% of the world area. In China, the Qing Empire was demolished before the First World War followed by Romanov in 1917 and later Habsburg and Ottomans. The events taking place after the First World War, took place within the scope of the conditions leading to the First World War and the unfavourable results of the war for some parties. Perhaps the agreements that ended the First World War in peace weren’t realistic enough, but if they could have been put into practise, no more problems would’ve been the case. However these bizarre agreements are the main cause of the modern day problems that we live today. Because, for people who wrote those agreements, these were the only opportunities for peace and still are. In the remains of the 20th Century, -for this reason- genocides and ethic cleansing took place. As the outcome of these acts, the Second World War was lived which was followed by the Cold War. These were the results; Sources were even fewer. Sharing was even more difficult. Sectarian conflicts had increased. The era of the two poles keeping the world in balance had ended making way to global imbalance. Despite not being conventional, the parallels seen in 9/11 attacks, will be causing the global provocations to open a World War to arise. The path to be followed won’t be ones to overcome the difficulties in misunderstandings but rather ones to make one camp stronger than the other. In the meantime, as with every camp, economic relations between countries got more instable between the sides. For example the unemployment in the Middle East especially by the youth causes a Kuwaiti to be 10 times as rich as an Iranian. In the same sense, source sharing and the basic policies caused by the difference in source sharing causes differences in basic policies. Or countries in other camps as well as policies and asymmetry in politics and economy causes a source imbalance and changes in basic policies. For this reason as we say “civilizations shouldn’t clash” the basic ideas coming up with the phrases “others” “black” “white” “Muslim” “Christian” “American” “Turk” “Arab” are just as different. Just like in any globalisation period, the rising ethic disputes in religion, national and historical values and the traumas that follow in these values are starting to resurrect. In modern day’s conditions –as political analyst Samuel Huntington said- religion is resurrecting in this period again. Pope Benedict the 16th says moral values have been deteriorating in the western culture and the sometimes voiced and sometimes quiet support the Pope receives from Europe at times is worrying. The current values of culture, is reflecting religious, ethnic, and historical values to law, possibly turning the violent polarisation into a breaking point for Turkey. Because Turkey, with it’s already set camps, can’t be breaking to fit in with other camps making her a country desiring to stay away from either camp. In response, Turkey’s valuable soil, geographical factors, resources and the sharing of these resources are located in the Balkans-Basra-Black Sea triangle.