Salih Dogan is a researcher on Politics and International Relations with particular reference to Af-Pak region, security studies and Turkish Foreign Policy. Currently he is a research fellow at the Turkey Institute, a Ph.D. candidate at Keele University and a research assistant at Turgut Özal University.
Published in: North Africa, West AsiaIs there any hope for a peaceful result to the Geneva talks on Syria?
If a lasting peace is to be achieved, the main motivation behind the talks cannot be simply ‘to restore political order.’
Published in: HomeWhat Turkey needs from the Davutoglu Government
It is a great opportunity for Turkey that former Minister of European Union Affairs Mevlut Cavusoglu became...