EMA’s Issue 2 features a discussion on the maritime and political disputes in the Eastern Mediterranean. Our guests include diplomats, industry, and academic experts, who elaborate on International Law, among others.
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While highlighting the challenges Turkish foreign policy in Africa faces, Evangelos Areteos also makes a case of this policy being a combination of "public diplomacy and visionary strategic pragmatism". This combination has led to a new paradigm in Turkish foreign policy.
School of Law: Call for Applications to Joint PhD in Human Rights, Society, and Multi-Level Governance
The call for applications to the Uniersity of Nicosia - School of Law's Joint PhD in Human Rights, Society, and Multi-Level Governance for Fall 2021 is now open.
The Diplomatic Academy has finalised and signed an Agreement with the Balkan History Association (BHA), based in Romania.
“Our Bodies are Turkish, Our Soul Islamic”: The Grey Wolves and the Essence of Present-Day Turkish-Islam Mobilization
Evangelos Areteos explains how the ideology and combative activism of the Idealist Hearths is radically transforming the country’s political and cultural dynamics
Our Team has successfully launched a magazine with the Eastern Mediterranean Studies Initiative (EMSI)! The Eastern Mediterranean Affairs (EMA) magazine focuses on Eastern Mediterranean issues and hosts expert opinions and interviews.
IEUME has been awarded the Erasmus+ Inclusivity Distinction. The Diplomatic Academy is one of the project partners.
Regional responses to COVID-19: A comparative analysis of EU and ASEAN policies to counter the pandemic
This article aims to examine the initial responses and the development of regional policies towards COVID-19 of the two most successful examples of regional organisations: the EU and the ASEAN.
Recently, AKP and Erdogan have been facing challenges from their own backward, the “huzursuz muhafazakarlar” - the “restless conservatives”. This group's actions put into question how long the dominant narrative of Turkey’s grandeur can remain sustainable.