After the July 15 coup attempt in 2016, the Turkish government immediately declared a three month state of emergency and began to govern the... Read More
Turkey has been undergoing a slow-motion regime change that manifests itself in the deteriorating condition of human rights in the country and its diplomatic... Read More
When the pro-Islamic Justice and Development Party (Adalet ve Kalkinma Partisi – AKP) first come to power in 2002 Turkey was promoted as ‘moderate... Read More
The Royal United Services Institute for Defence and Security Studies (RUSI) and the Turkey Institute are delighted to invite you to an exclusive roundtable... Read More
Turkey Institute is pleased to invite you to a very timely panel discussion on Turkey’s relations with the West. Guest speakers, Mr Bill Park,... Read More
We are pleased to present the first in a series of planned events focussed on the politics of Turkey. With the ongoing conflict in... Read More
The Middle East has always been a complicated region to deal with, even for Turkey, which has historical and cultural ties with it. It... Read More
Dr Mustafa Gurbuz presented his recent report “Turkey’s Kurdish Question and the Hizmet Movement” in a roundtable discussion hosted by the Turkey Institute.