Lecture: Contemporary Opportunities and Challenges for Turkish Foreign Policy and Domestic Politics

Dr. Sinan Ciddi, Director of the Institute for Turkish Studies, Georgetown
Dr. Sinan Ciddi will provide a public address relating to contemporary debates surrounding the alleged ascent of Turkey as a regional power. How can Turkey's rise be classified and explained? Can Turkey be defined as a 'model' for post-Arab Spring countries to aspire to and what hindrances exist to challenge the country's new-found confidence? C-sponsored by the Center for Global & International Studies, Center for Russian, East European & Eurasian Studies, Department of Slavic Languages & Literature, Ku Middle East Studies
March 27, 2013
02:30 pm - 03:30 pm
Kansas Union, Jayhawk Room
864-1120
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