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Westminster Debate ‘The Politics of Polarisation: Prospects for Democracy and the Rule of Law in Turkey’

Guney Yildiz is a Broadcast Journalist with the BBC World Service where he covers international news and current affairs specialising in Turkey and the Kurds. He has published articles and provided expert opinion on Turkey and the Kurds for various BBC’s TV, Radio and Online outlets.  Previously, he worked for the BBC’s Turkish Service and Turkish Daily News, the country’s only English language daily at the time. He completed his master’s degree in Politics and Communication at the London School of Economics following his undergraduate degree in Philosophy at Middle East Technical University. He worked as research assistant at the Department of Communication and Design at Bilkent University.

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