Turkey’s economy has been struggling in recent years, experiencing a rapid depreciation of the lira, and a surge in inflation.
It seems to be a bit of a dance right now regarding normalising with Assad. The agreements between Damascus and its Arab brothers cannot be expected to pass muster for long.
Unpacking Turkey’s May 14 Elections: Ideological Transformation, Geopolitical Preferences and Conjunctural Needs
The rapidly shifting political landscape in Turkey is poised for the emergence of a new balance of power at any moment.
The earthquake that struck Turkey and Syria in February has prompted a litany of policy debates surrounding the state of humanitarianism today.
2023 Turkish Elections: 5 More Years of Erdogan? Held on 7 March, 2023 Speakers Dr Ahmet Erdi Öztürk | Dr Öztürk is an associate professor of politics and international relations at […]
*Separate registration for IN PERSON and ONLINE attendees below. A series of discoveries over the past decade revealed that the East Mediterranean region sits on large reserves of natural gas. […]
Counter-ISIS operations will only succeed by addressing tensions between partner forces and corruption, and strengthening local governing capacity.
*Separate Registration for IN PERSON and ONLINE attendees below. Described as the “World’s Most Important Elections of 2023”, Turkey faces dual presidential and parliamentary votes holding considerable ramifications for its […]
Competition over the energy resources of the Eastern Mediterranean did not start with Russia’s war in Ukraine, it has been going on since 2009.