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- Editors: Biray Kolluoğlu Boğaziçi University, Turkey, and Deniz Yükseker
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Posts from the New Perspectives on Turkey blog
Senem Aydın-Düzgit, Sabancı University
The European Union (EU) has been hit by a series of crises in the past two decades testing its sense of solidarity and institutional design, namely the 2008 financial crisis, the migration crisis, the COVID-19 pandemic, and now most recently, the Russia-Ukraine War...
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Ümit Şahin, Climate Change Studies Coordinator, İstanbul Policy Center
The ratification of the Paris Agreement opened a new chapter in Turkey’s climate policies. Followed by the declaration of a net-zero emissions target for 2053, Turkey’s ratification of the agreement came after a six-year delay, with exhausting bilateral post-Paris negotiations...
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Deniz Yukseker, Editor-in-Chief, New Perspectives on Turkey
For more than a year now, on every weekday at noon, academics at Boğaziçi University gather in the main courtyard for a silent vigil turning their backs against the Rector’s Building carrying posters demanding the removal of the appointed rector and his appointees, the reinstitution of rectorate elections and the annulment of arbitrary decisions such as the opening of new programs...
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Alpkan Birelma, Özyeğin University
Since the beginning of 2022, Turkey has witnessed an unexpected strike wave. The strike by couriers at Trendyol, an e-commerce platform bought by Alibaba in 2018, has attracted the most public attention.
Koray Caliskan, The New School
Sevket Pamut, Boğaziçi University
Cenk Özbay, Sabancı University
Since January 2021, student protests against the top-down appointment of a new rector to Boğaziçi University by President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan have been misrepresented in many ways in order to control public opinion and position people against students’ (and the academic staff’s) demands...
Dr. Biray Kolluoglu
It has been nine months since the “normal” has been disrupted with the emergence of a novel coronavirus and while we continue to be in the clasp of the COVID-19 pandemic the “new normal” has not ossified yet...
Dr. Meltem Gürle
Dr. Evren M. Dinçer
- 25 July 2022,
- Critical Pakistan Studies will be the first international journal devoted to the study of Pakistan and its peopleJournal will be interdisciplinary and open Cambridge University Press is to publish the world’s first international journal devoted to the study of Pakistan and its people.…...
- 27 May 2022,
- The European Union (EU) has been hit by a series of crises in the past two decades testing its sense of solidarity and institutional design, namely the 2008...
- 29 April 2022,
- The ratification of the Paris Agreement opened a new chapter in Turkey’s climate policies. Followed by the declaration of a net-zero emissions target for 2053,...