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Selin Nasi

CEFTUS Online Talk: "What’s Next in the Eastern Mediterranean for Regional Powers Post Pandemic" Selin Nasi is a contributor to Karar Newspaper. She is also one of the regular foreign policy commentators to Femfikir-an all-female TV…
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Dr Derya Bayir

CEFTUS Online Talk “The Role Of Religion And State Identity Transformation In Erdogan’s Turkey And Its Reflections To The Balkan Peninsula” CEFTUS online talk 'The repression of political opposition in Turkey' with Ömer Faruk…
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Ilke Toygur

CEFTUS Online Talk "TR/GR Relationships and USA" Dr. Ilke Toygür is Analyst of European Affairs at Elcano Royal Institute and CATS Fellow in German Institute for International and Security Studies (SWP). Her main research areas include…
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Nicholas Danforth

CEFTUS Online Talk "TR/GR Relationships and USA" Nicholas Danforth is author of the forthcoming book The Remaking of Republican Turkey: Memory and Modernity since the Fall of the Ottoman Empire. He is a non-resident Senior Fellow at the…
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Ahmet Erdi Öztürk

CEFTUS Online Talk: "The role of religion and state identity transformation in Erdogan’s Turkey and its reflections to the Balkan Peninsula" Dr. Ahmet Erdi Öztürk is an associate professor and Marie Sklodowska-Curie fellow at Coventry…
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Can Dundar

CEFTUS Online Talk “Erosion Of Human Rights And The Need For Solidarity” With Can Dundar And Sarah Clarke Westminster Debate with Can Dundar ‘Quo Vadis Turkiye?’ Can Dündar has been working as a journalist for the last 37 years, for…
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Sarah Clarke

CEFTUS Online Talk “Erosion Of Human Rights And The Need For Solidarity” With Can Dundar And Sarah Clarke Sarah Clarke, Head of Europe and Central Asia, ARTICLE 19 Sarah joined ARTICLE 19 in January 2019 as Head of the Europe and Central…
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Ece Temelkuran

ECE TEMELKURAN Author and political commentator Are We Losing the World as We Know It? Book Launch: ”How To Lose A Country” Writing as a survival tool in these “interesting times” Turkey: The Insane And The Melancholy…
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