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CEFTUS Westminster Debate : ‘Dynamics of ‘New Turkey’: Domestic and Foreign Challenges 

Rusen Cakir is senior correspondent for the Turkish daily Vatan and editor of Metis Publishing’s Black and White Book Series, which promotes the work of investigative journalists. Since 1985, he has served with prominent newspapers and television outlets such as Nokta, Tempo, Cumhuriyet, Milliyet, CNN-Turk, and NTV. His publications (all in Turkish) include Neither Sharia nor Democracy:Understanding the Welfare Party (1994), Resistance and Obedience: The Islamist Woman between Two Powers (2000), Hizballah Goes Deeper:The Future of Islamist Violence (2001), Turkey’s Kurdish Problem (2004), and the co-authored Recep Tayyip Erdogan: A Transformation Story (2001).

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