From the Desk of the Editor
Turkey’s Trade Strategies in the New Digital Age
From NAFTA to the USMCA as Seen From the Southern Partnership
How Trade and Aid Can Help Deliver Sustainable Development Goals
Trade Wars: Strong-Arm Tactics by the Trump Administration
Global Trade Disrupted
Africa’s Priorities amidst the “Trade Wars”
Can Trade Advance Climate Action?
Wounded But Alive: What the USMCA Means For Canada
Trade, Production, And Emerging Economies: Rising Trends In Agriculture And Manufacturing
Alev Scott on "Ottoman Odyssey: Travels Through a Lost Empire" (Riverrun), her travelogue exploring the past and present of Turkey and the former territories of the Ottoman Empire.
Sinan Yıldırmaz of Istanbul University on "Politics and the Peasantry in Post-War Turkey" (IB Tauris), examining the transition to a multi-party system after the Second World War and the importance of urban migration in shaping politics up to today.
Dimitar Bechev of the Atlantic Council on the past and present of Turkey-Russia relations, which he describes as "rich in history, ambivalent and rich in nuance, blending fierce competition with cooperation." <iframe
Cengiz Erişen of Istanbul's Yeditepe University on "Political Behavior and the Emotional Citizen: Participation and Reaction in Turkey" (Palgrave Macmillan), focusing on the months between the June 2015 and November 2015 elections as well as the current campaign for the snap presidential and parliamentary elections.
Erin Banco on "Pipe Dreams: The Plundering of Iraq's Oil Wealth" (Columbia Global Reports), uncovering squalid deals, unscrupulous foreign oil companies, and rampant corruption in the Kurdistan Regional Government since the 2003 invasion of Iraq. It also touches on Turkey's role in fostering Erbil's independence from Baghdad through oil deals.
Elite World Istanbul Hotel Monday, November 19, 2018 3:07 PM
Differing Visions for Turkey-EU Engagement
The Palais de Hollande
Tuesday, October 9, 2018 5:30 AM
Değişen Türkiye’de Din, Milliyetçilik ve Değerler Paneli
Kadir Has University, Istanbul
Thursday, June 28, 2018 10:00 AM
Navigating the Cyber Storm: Implications for Governments and Businesses
Conrad Bosphorus Istanbul
Monday, October 23, 2017 9:15 AM
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