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Professor Fuat Keyman

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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 […]

‘Turkey’s Path to a New Constitution: Possibilities and Obstacles’

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CENTRE FOR TURKEY STUDIES WESTMINSTER DEBATE ‘TURKEY’S PATH TO A NEW CONSTITUTION: POSSIBLITIES AND OBSTACLES’ 10 December 2012 Committee Room 10, House of Commons   Keynote Speakers: Professor Fuat Keyman of Sabanci University Professor Levent Koker of Atilim University Chair: Oksana Antonenko, Senior Political Counsellor at EBRD (European Bank for Reconstruction and Development) Professor Keyman […]

Centre for Turkey Studies and Chatham House Joint Forum

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  ‘TURKEY AND THE ARAB WORLD: AMBITION AND EVOLUTION’ June 2012, Chatham House   The Centre for Turkey Studies held a joint event with world renowned think-tank Chatham House. The event was chaired by Sir David Logan KCMG, former British Ambassador to Turkey (1997-2001). The speakers were Mr Taha Ozhan – Director General of the […]

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The Centre for Turkey Studies is a non-profit organisation that organises monthly speaker series, panel discussions, round tables and dinner events in the UK Parliament, think tanks, academic institutions and the City of London.   Founded in 2011, the Centre has achieved a lot in 5 years, establishing itself as a cultural leader in Turkish, […]

Background of Communities in the UK

There are over 350,000 Turkish, Kurdish and Turkish Cypriots living and working in the United Kingdom; their settlement in the UK took place in distinct phases since the 1950s. As with many immigrant communities, they represent diverse communities with different socio-economic status, religious backgrounds, regional origins, and various motives for migrating to the UK. It […]

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The Centre for Turkey Studies (CEFTUS), as a not-for-profit organisation, would like to organise future Debates and Community Gatherings where anyone interested in Turkey may benefit. CEFTUS is a civil society organisation and we would like to do more of what we have done so far; organise debates and community gatherings with keynote speakers from […]