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Dr Zeynep Kaya

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‘Changing Kurdish Dynamics in the Middle East’ Dr Zeynep Kaya is a Research Fellow at the LSE Middle East Centre. Her expertise is on the international relations of the Middle East, with a focus on Kurdish politics, nationalism, self-determination, sovereignty and gender. She is currently completing her research project on international-local interactions to support gender […]

Michael Stephens

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CEFTUS Westminster Debate ‘Turkey, the Kurds and the Crisis in the Middle East’ Mr Michael Stephens is the Deputy Director of RUSI Qatar, having joined RUSI’s London office in September 2010, first in the Nuclear Security Programme, then in International Security Studies. His recent research has focused on Arab Shia identity across the Middle East […]

Arwa Ibrahim

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  CEFTUS Joint Forum ‘Experience of Women in Contemporary Turkey’ Ms. Arwa Ibrahim is a journalist at the London-based Middle East Eye. She specialises in covering social and political change in Turkey and Egypt. After graduating with a double major in politics and journalism, she completed her MA in Near and Middle Eastern Studies with […]

CEFTUS Debate ‘New Turkey: Democratisation Process and Challenges’ with Prof Dr Yasin Aktay

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  RSVP to centreforturkey@gmail.com The Centre for Turkey Studies (CEFTUS) is delighted to invite you to a public forum titled ‘New Turkey: Democratisation Process and Challenges’. Our keynote speaker is Prof. Dr. Yasin Aktay is AK Party Vice Chairman in charge of Foreign Affairs. Please find speaker’s biography below. The event is part of the new […]

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

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  14 October 2014, House of Commons Hosted by Shadow Secretary of State for Justice, Stephen Twigg Labour Co-operative MP for Liverpool West Derby, this debate’s keynote speakers were Dr Soner Cagaptay of the Washington Institute and the Turkish journalist and author Mr Rusen Cakir. Independent analyst and consultant Mr Gareth Winrow chaired the debate. […]