Articles and Op-eds

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Paylan’s Test of Minority Inclusion in Politics

In the past two weeks, brawls erupted in the Turkish parliament several times during the meetings of the commission on constitutional reform related to a legislation on lifting lawmakers’ immunity from prosecution. Continue reading


The Peculiar Case of the Turkmens in Syria

Despite playing a groundbreaking role in the Syrian civil war, Turkmens get scant media coverage and they are often represented solely through the lens of the Turkish media. Continue reading

Gender roles at university set stage for career stereotyping | BALADNA ENGLISH

“Gender roles at university set stage for career stereotyping” “Baladna” English language daily newspaper of Syria, March 7, 2010

Globalized Aleppo

In Syria, the rapid spread of advanced communication technologies, the increasing growth of trade, and branches of multinational companies operating across the country are changing the way people organize their functions, and increasingly allowing their lifestyle to be more globalized. Continue reading