Middle East

Egypt’s Second Revolution: What Triggered the Fall of Morsi by Khaled Nasir

Q & A with Marios Efthymiopoulos: US Foreign Policy, Middle East, Eastern Mediterranean, and North Korea by Zenonas Tziarras

A Switch in Policy: US Potential for Stability in the Middle East by Michael Habib

Something is Happening in the MidEast and the EastMed by Zenonas Tziarras

The Image of “Undesired Citizens” in Turkey: A Comparative Critical Discourse Analysis of Hurriyet and Zaman Newspapers by Begüm Burak

An act of provocation? The “Innocence of Muslims” Film, and Its Political Consequences                                                              by Javier Betancourt & Marianna Karakoulaki

“Battle For Syria: View from the Frontline” – An Alternative Perspective by Zenonas Tziarras

Media Freedom in Tunisia 

The 1960 Coup in Turkey: An Attempt to Analyze Politics from a Gramscian Perspective by Begum Burak

The Gulen Movement as the Door Opening to Global Tolerance  by Begum Burak

The Perfect Alibi? – Syria and Turkey in Crisis by Zenonas Tziarras

A Critical Review of Turkish Society by Begum Burak

The Stuggle over Syria by Zenonas Tziarras

The Concept of Political Culture and the Turkish Case: Between “Hegemony” and “Ideological State Apparatuses” by Begum Burak

What Really Interest You: Turkish Democracy or the Arrests? by Begum Burak

Islam and Liberty: What It Really Is and How It Seems o How It Is Shown by Begum Burak

New Perspectives on the Sociology of the Arab Spring – mark II by Zenonas Tziarras

The Justice and Development Party as a Litmus Test for Turkish Democracy by Begum Burak

Ataturk: To Love Him, To Question Him And to Get Hurt by Begum Burak

The Anatomy of Militarism and an Overview of Civil-Military Relations by Begum Burak

Turkey: Zero Chances for “Zero Problems”  by Zenonas Tziarras

The Sociology of the Arab Spring: A Revolt or a Revolution? by Zenonas Tziarras

The Impact of Political Culture on Policy-Making Processes: The Turkish Case  by Begum Burak

Arab Revolts: A Firework or the Begging of a New Era? by Andreas Themistocleous

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