Public Forum ‘The Crisis in Iraq’
Westminster Debate ‘Turkey and the EU: Cooperation and Conflict’
‘Turkey’s Coup of 15th July: Unity in the Midst of Crisis?’
CEFTUS and IPC Istanbul Roundtable Meeting on ‘Post-Election Turkey’
Istanbul Aydin University and CEFTUS Joint Forum “The Syrian Refugee Crisis in Europe and the Role of Turkey”
CEFTUS Westminster Debate ‘Turkey, the Kurds and the Crisis in the Middle East’
CEFTUS Westminster Debate ‘2013 Analysis of Democracy and Politics in Turkey’
WESTMINSTER DEBATE ‘Turkey’s Democratisation and Reform Package and Peaceful Solution to the Kurdish Question’
WESTMINSTER DEBATE ‘SYRIA AND TURKEY’S FOREIGN POLICY’
WESTMINSTER DEBATE ‘RELIGION, SOCIETY AND POLITICS IN A CHANGING TURKEY’
Bill Park is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Defence Studies, King’s College, London University, and is based at the UK Defence Academy, Shrivenham. He is the author of journal articles, book chapters, and monographs on a range of Turkish foreign policy issues, including its EU accession prospects, Turkey and ESDP, the Cyprus problem, Turkey’s policies towards Northern Iraq, Turkey-US relations, the Fethullah Gulen movement, and the Ergenekon affair. Among his publications is ‘Turkey’s policy towards Northern Iraq: problems and prospects’, Adelphi Paper No. 374, published by the International Institute for Strategic Studies. His book, ‘Modern Turkey: People, State and Foreign Policy in a Globalized World’, was published by Routledge in 2011. He is currently conducting a longer-term study of the three way relationship between Turkey, the US and the Kurdish Regional Government in Northern Iraq in the wake of the US troop withdrawal from Iraq. He is a frequent visitor to Turkey, and has given papers on Turkish affairs at various academic and official workshops and conferences around the world. He has appeared as a Turkey expert on British, Turkish, Russian, French, Iranian, Iraqi London and Portland, Oregon and Australian TV and radio, has given written and oral testimony on Turkish issues to both UK Houses of Parliament, and is occasionally used as a consultant on Turkish issues by various UK government agencies. He serves as a trustee and council member for the British Institute at Ankara, and is an Advisor to the Dialogue Society in London.
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