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TPQ’s 15 Year Anniversary!

2017 marks a significant 15 year anniversary for Turkish Policy Quarterly (TPQ). Over the past 15 years, we have strived to present all sides of the debate, feature constructive and critical opinions, and uphold the principles of freedom of speech. TPQ’s role in fostering open dialogue is rendered ever more important in Turkey’s increasingly polarized political and intellectual environment, as well as amidst global challenges to liberal democratic values. As we reflect on the publication’s achievements, we soberly recognize the difficult juncture the country is at.

We wish to thank our readers, stakeholders, and advisory board members for their support over the last 15 years. We would also like to acknowledge the over 700 contributors who have enriched TPQ with their expertise and opinions since 2002.

Discover New Features

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We invite you to visit our renewed website with new content made available on a regular basis. TPQ’s Winter 2017 issue is now online, and articles are presented with illustrations on our main slider, as well as on the homepage. The webpage is optimized for mobile-devices, such as smart phones and tablets. Current issues, TPQ events, announcements, and our past issues are more easily accessible than before, fostering an engaging online experience. The new design also offers better advertisement placement options for our potential supporters.

Call for Papers

Turkish Policy Quarterly is inviting scholars, journalists, practitioners, and civil society leaders to contribute to its Spring 2017 issue. If you are interested in contributing, please submit an abstract (400 words) and a short bio to editor@turkishpolicy.com. The deadline for submitting an abstract is 12 April 2017. For more information, please click here.

Scope: In the aftermath of key elections and referendums in Europe and Turkey, TPQ’s Spring 2017 will explore profound geostrategic shifts occurring across the international system – from the existential threats NATO is facing to the fragility of the EU project to a changing US foreign policy role. Within this general framework, we will assess Euro-Atlantic approaches to these shifts, Turkey’s position in these equations, and visions for shoring up the Western security order. While we are open to alternative suggestions, articles exploring one of the below topics welcome: Future of the EU project, rise of nationalist/populist forces, NATO’s role, Turkey-EU relations.

TPQ at Petroleum Istanbul 2017

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There will be a TPQ stand at the Petroleum Istanbul 2017 fair, which will take place between 30 March and 2 April at the TUYAP Fair and Exhibition Center. The fair represents a communication platform for foreign and domestic investors, as well as government officials. For more information regarding this event, please visit http://www.petroleumistanbul.com.tr/en/

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