• In the News

    But Ankara is not [using its soft power to mobilize international support]. It is using language that offends people, even those who want to work with Turkey, who appreciate the efforts of Turkish NGOs and local administrators. How can you cooperate when the other side uses offensive language and plays the blame game? I personally know Turkish officials who have been working very hard on the refugee issue. The Turkish government should let these peoples’ goodwill be reflected in a constructive way.

    May 26, 2016, Kemal Kirişci, Hurriyet Daily News
  • In the News

    Although its high-standing soft power of two or three years ago has disappeared, Turkey still enjoys some soft power from the way in which it has been trying to manage Syrian refugees. There is still recognition, against all odds, that Turkey … is doing a good job providing 2.8 million Syrians with protection.

    May 26, 2016, Kemal Kirişci, Hurriyet Daily News
  • Interview | Radio Sputnik

    May 17, 2016, Matteo Garavoglia

  • Interview | CNN

    May 10, 2016, Angela Stent

  • In the News

    Linking TTIP and NATO only heightens Russian anxiety about the deal...That’s not what it’s supposed to be about, but the Russians have taken on board the idea that it’s the economic equivalent of NATO, because certain security people who know very little about economics and trade keep touting it like that.

    May 9, 2016, Fiona Hill, Politico
  • Interview | CNBC

    April 25, 2016, Philippe Le Corre

  • Interview | ZDF-Heute

    April 23, 2016, Constanze Stelzenmüller

  • Interview | BBC Radio Scotland

    April 23, 2016, Constanze Stelzenmüller

  • Podcast

    The rise of the right: Right-wing populism in the U.S. and Europe

    April 13, 2016, E.J. Dionne, Jr., Adrianna Pita and Constanze Stelzenmüller

  • Interview | Viewpoints with Todd van der Heyden

    April 2, 2016, Fiona Hill

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