Independent and cutting-edge analysis on Turkey and its neighborhood

Turkey needs to accelerate its integration into the Internet economy. The state of new media in Turkey is caricaturized as a battle of politics and culture/ideology, waged between the leadership and supporters of the AK Party and a nebulous mass of politically aligned or non-aligned groups. While this portrayal represents a very real and persistent problem with the freedoms of expression and information in Turkey, online censorship is only the beginning of Turkey’s challenges in adjusting to the values of, and the commercial and political relationships in, the Digital Era. Businesses across the country expect the development of a more advanced technological infrastructure, a more liberal new media sector, and a more skilled and flexible workforce. Turkey needs to build a more inclusive policy dialogue to help shape the future of its new media sector and community.

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Ebru İlhan
Ebru İlhan Dr. Ebru İlhan holds a PhD in Political Science from King’s College London, Department of War Studies and works for an international group of companies on sustainability.
From the Desk of the Editor We are proud to present our readers with this special issue of TPQ, published in collaboration with Atlantic Council IN TURKEY, which revolves around energy dynamics in Turkey and its neighborhood, in the context of a shifting geopolitical landscape. This issue’s authors evaluate key trends and drivers that are shaping the regional energy landscape—from the Caspian to the...
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