Kerim Balci

Editor of Turkish Review & Turkey Institute - Project Coordinator


Kerim Balci is a Turkish writer, journalist and academic. He is recently the editor in chief of Turkish Review, a bimonthly journal. Balci was a frequent columnist in Today’s Zaman and Zaman dailies, before they were closed down by the Turkish government.

Balci is currently a PhD candidate at the Durham University of the UK on linguistic philosophy.

He currently volunteers for Turkey Institute’s London Advocacy Group, a group trying to raise awareness about human rights violations in Turkey.


A year after Turkey’s coup: further away from democracy and rule of law

According to numbers from the Turkish Army General Staff, 8,651 military personnel took part in the July 15, 2016 coup attempt. According to Turkey’s...   Read More

Talk on Turkey with Kerim Balci: Presidential Referendum

Talk on Turkey with Kerim Balci: Presidential Referendum

Turkey’s Relations with the West: The Trajectory after Davutoglu

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

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