Turkeyscope is a thought-provoking publication of the MDC, which provides critical analysis of contemporary Turkish affairs. The publication features articles analyzing global and regional phenomena vis a vis Turkish foreign policy and their implications on Turkey and the region. It is edited by Hay Eytan Cohen Yanarocak and Ceng Sagnic. Sarah Jacobs is the Assistant Editor for 2016.
Turkeyscope: Insights on Turkish Affairs
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Hay Eytan Cohen Yanarocak discusses the impact of the recent Turkish soap opera, Payitaht, on Turkish society and the Erdoğan administration's desire to reshape the country's historical narrative.
Amb. Moshe Kamhi, from the Economic Affairs division of the Israeli Foreign Ministry, analyzes the current trade ties between Israel and Turkey.
Ceng Sagnic discusses the Russo-Turkish rapprochement with a focus on the Syrian war and the shifting Turkish policy concerning that country.
Dr. Gallia Lindenstrauss analyzes the short and long-term future of reciprocal Israeli-Turkish tourism in the era of normalized relations between the two governments.
Guest contributor Arad Nir examines the relative apathy expressed by the Turkish and Israeli media towards recent steps at normalization and reconciliation between the two countries.
In this article from the December 2016 issue of Turkeyscope, Hay Eytan Cohen Yanarocak analyzes the ways that Turkey uses its domestic arms industry as a tool for leveraging its position internationally.
In this article from the December 2016 issue of Turkeyscope, Alan Makovsky examines the prospect that the Cyprus problem could impede Israel’s and Turkey’s energy plans.
Ceng Sagnic reviews Turkey's policy of military deployment to multiple theatres over the past two years, and expounds upon structural differences between the deployments to Qatar-Somalia and Syria-Iraq.
Hay Eytan Cohen Yanarocak analyzes the immediate measures that have been taken by the Turkish educational system, which are intended to shape public opinion about the failed July 2016 coup and its perpetrators.