New war fever between old neighbors: Turkey, Greece and Internationals

How international pressure shaped Turkish politics. The rise of the idea of an Islamist Block in the Middle East to balance European Union and United States in Eastern Mediterranean.

Summer 2020: Converting Hagia Sophia church into a mosque and drilling in Eastern Mediterranean.
What do Turkey’s moves signal to the world?

A conversation with Dr. Ramazan Kılınç, an associate professor of political science at University of Nebraska at Omaha.
Dr. Kılınç, whose research focuses on religion and politics, is the author of the book “Alien Citizens – The State and Religious Minorities in Turkey and France.”

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September 1, 2020

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