Sep 28, 2013 / Gehad Hossam EL Din, MSc., University College London (UCL) / Society and Culture 2
On Faith and Development Indeed, there are different viewpoints calling for secularizing states, governance, and political parties, and consequently involving development in that argument. In...
Sep 25, 2013 / Nikos Moudouros,Lecturer, University of Cyprus / Domestic Policy 1
Initiatives for Solving the Kurdish Question: A Contradiction or “an Ideological Consistency” of AKP? Introduction After almost eleven years of the Justice and Development Party...
Sep 20, 2013 / Mohamed Zayed,Researcher in Middle East Affairs / Society and Culture 1
Turkish Drama in the Arab World: Social Impacts, Religious Reaction and Dramatic Void in the Arab World Introduction Nour, which is named after the main...
Sep 17, 2013 / Ariel González Levaggi / Op-Eds and Commentaries 0
Recep T. Erdoğan in Buenos Aires: Just for Olympics In the middle of a big excitement about the candidacy of Istanbul for hosting 2020 Olympic...
Sep 14, 2013 / Gerben K. Wedekind / Foreign Policy 1
The Syrian Quagmire and Erdoğan’s Coalition of the Willing: More Difficult Times Ahead for Turkey-EU relations? Since the outbreak of the Syrian civil war two...
Gerben K. Wedekind
Gülşah Akbaş,Lawyer, İstanbul Bar Association
Anıl Doğan,Executive Assistant, Centre for Policy and Research on Turkey
İbrahim Öker,Centre for Policy and Research on Turkey
Bilge Yabancı (PhD),University of Bath
Mustafa Atatorun & Assoc. Prof. Murat Okçu,Süleyman Demirel University
Dr. Sezin Dereci, Local Policy and Advocacy Coordinator, Third Sector Foundation of Turkey (TÜSEV)