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Coup attempt in Turkey: Kemal Kirişci, TÜSİAD Senior Fellow in Foreign Policy, discusses the recent coup in Turkey and its implications for Turkey’s regional role, foreign policy, and its democracy. Also in this podcast our final Syrian Refugee series segment with...

Coup attempt in Turkey: Kemal Kirişci, TÜSİAD Senior Fellow in Foreign Policy, discusses the recent coup in Turkey and its implications for Turkey’s regional role, foreign policy, and its democracy. Also in this podcast our final Syrian Refugee series segment with...

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Coup attempt in Turkey: Kemal Kirişci, TÜSİAD Senior Fellow in Foreign Policy, discusses the recent coup in Turkey and its implications for Turkey’s regional role, foreign policy, and its democracy. Also in this podcast our final Syrian Refugee series segment with...

A partire dalThe Brookings Cafeteria

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33 minuti
Pubblicato:
Jul 22, 2016
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Episodio podcast

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Kemal Kirişci, TÜSİAD Senior Fellow in Foreign Policy, discusses the recent coup in Turkey and its implications for Turkey’s regional role, foreign policy, and its democracy. Also in this podcast our final Syrian Refugee series segment with Matteo Garavoglia, a visiting fellow in the Foreign Policy Center on the United States and Europe. Also stay tuned for William Frey, Senior Fellow, Metropolitan Policy Program as he discusses America’s racial and age divide and its effect on the political environment. Links - Turkey after the coup attempt: Implications for Turkish democracy, foreign policy, and the future of the Syrian War - Erdoğan's real opportunity after the failed coup in Turkey - Is Turkish foreign policy becoming pragmatic again? - Diversity Explosion: How New Racial Demographics are Remaking America - Convention cities make exemplary stages to discuss America's racial divide - Is Italy the new Greece? New trends in Europe’s migrant crisis Thanks to audio engineer and producer Zack Kulzer, with editing help from Mark Hoelscher, plus thanks to Carisa Nietsche, Bill Finan, Jessica Pavone, Eric Abalahin, Rebecca Viser, and our intern Sara Abdel-Rahim. Subscribe to the Brookings Cafeteria on iTunes, listen in all the usual places, and send feedback email to BCP@Brookings.edu 
Pubblicato:
Jul 22, 2016
Formato:
Episodio podcast