E. FUAT KEYMAN is professor of International Relations at Sabancı University/İstanbul.
He is also the director of Istanbul Policy Center (IPC) at Sabancı University. He works on democratization, globalization, international relations, civil society, Turkish politics and foreign policy, and Turkey-EU relations. He has produced many books and articels, both in English and in Turkish, in these areas. Among his books are: Democracy, Identity, and Foreign Policy in Turkey: Hegemony Through Transformation (Macmillan:Pelgrave, February 2014); Symbiotic Antagonisms: Contending Discourses of Nationalism in Turkey (University of Utah Pres, 2011, with Ayşe Kadıoğlu); Remaking Turkey (Lexington, Oxford, 2008); Turkish Politics in a Changing World: Global Dynamics, Domestic Transformations (Bilgi University Publications, 2007, with Ziya Öniş); Citizenship in a Global World: European Questions and Turkish Experiences (Routledge, London, 2005, with Ahmet İçduygu); Globalization, State, Identity/Difference: Towards a Critical Social Theory of International Relations (Humanities Press, New Jersey, 1997); Cities: The Transformation of Anatolia (Dogan Publications, İstanbul, 2010, in Turkish); Globalization, Europeanization and Citizenship in Turkey, (Bilgi University Publications, İstanbul, 2009, in Turkish); The Good Governace of Turkey (Bilgi University Publications, İstanbul, 2008, in Turkish); Changing World, Tranforming Turkey (Bilgi University Publications, İstanbul, 2005, in Turkish); and Turkey and Radical Democracy (Alfa, Istanbul, 2001, in Turkish).
He has been a member of respected international academic boards and journals. He served as a member of Wise People Commission of the Peace Process. He writes regularly for newspapers and monthly journals, namely those of Radikal, Analist, and Ajans.