Global Political Trends Center organizes a presentation of its final publication in the Future of Syria Project. The Local Presentation will be held on 17th May at the Istanbul Kultur University, Atakoy Campus.
The Local Presentation is organized in the framework of EuroMeSCo ENI Project, co-financed by the European Union and the European Institute of the Mediterranean (IEMed).
Taking the current circumstances into consideration, this GPoT-led, EU and IEMed funded Working Package discusses frameworks for the Future of Syria.
The Syrian uprising, which began in March 2011, quickly devolved into a violent war between Bashar al-Assad's regime and multiple, fragmented opposition movements. Six years later, the conflict has resulted in the deaths of over 250.000 Syrians, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights; forced over 4 million people to migrate to neighboring countries; and displaced a further 7.6 million people within Syria.
Global Political Trends Center (GPoT Center) of Istanbul Kultur University organized a 2-day thematic workshop on 23-24 March 2017 on the premises of Crowne Plaza Hotel Istanbul.
Küresel Siyasal Eğilimler Birimi Başkanı Prof. Dr. Mensur Akgün Karar Gazetesi'ndeki köşesinde Filistinli iki araştırmacının katkılarıyla düzenlenen toplantıya yer verdi.
''Trump ve Netanyahu’nun kaderler ve beklentilerinin kesiştiği, Ortadoğu’nun pek çok sorunla birden boğuştuğu bir dönemde İstanbul Kültür Üniversitesi Küresel Siyasal Eğilimler Birimi, cuma sabahı iki sağduyulu Filistinliyi ağırladı. Ezanın okunmasına getirilmeye çalışılan kısıtlamadan Türkiye’nin bölgedeki rolüne kadar pek çok konu masaya yatırıldı.''
Global Political Trends Center of Istanbul Kültür University organised the first round of its new roundtable meeting series ‘GPoT Talks’. The first round of the GPoT Talks featured the Palestinian Questions, the Palestinian minority in Israel, Israeli-Arab and Turkish relations, with a focus on recent developments in the region. A significant attention was given to the status of Muslim communities in Israel, moderate Islamic movements in Palestine and Israel, and domestic political developments in the region.