Dec 06, 2012 / Mr. Memet Kılıç,Federal MP for the German Green Party / Foreign Policy 0
To Intervene or Not to Intervene?Is That the Question? Clashes in Syria between the rebels and the Assad regime are growing in violence every day....
Oct 14, 2012 / Emre Kartal, Yıldırım Beyazıt University / Foreign Policy, Political Analysis 2
The full version of this article is published in Turkish. Indicative Abstract The recent events in Syria are a revolt, which is comprised of the...
Sep 25, 2012 / Ahmed Abou Hussein / Foreign Policy, Political Analysis 0
Political parties are complex, sophisticated and demand a lot of technical and administrative skills. This is something that was quite missed in the Egyptian context....
Aug 14, 2012 / Eric R. Eissler / Foreign Policy 0
In Syria, there is a proxy war between Saudi Arabia, which is financing the Syrian rebels (‘the Free Syrian Army’) and her staunch ally, the...
Apr 30, 2012 / Zerrin Dağcı, Instructor / Foreign Policy, Political Analysis 0
(Le Parlement N’est Pas Un Tribunal) The events that took place in 1915 in Eastern Anatolia were not forgotten by the Armenian side although one...
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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)