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Mustafa Kutlay
Mustafa Kutlay
Senior Scholar

Mustafa Kutlay is a senior scholar at Istanbul Policy Center and associate professor (senior lecturer) at City University of London, Department of International Politics. He is also a senior research fellow at Conflict Analysis Research Center at the University of Kent. In Spring 2013, he was a Marshall Memorial fellow at The German Marshall Fund of the US. He teaches courses on comparative politics, institutions, democracy, and development in the Global South, and political risk analysis. He works on international/comparative political economy, institutions and politics of development, emerging powers and globalisation, and political economy and foreign policy of Turkey.


His articles appeared in international peer-reviewed journals such as International Affairs, Third World Quarterly, Government and Opposition, The British Journal of Politics and International Relations. In his research areas, he participated in several international projects and wrote reports, policy notes, and opinion pieces for different research and policy institutions. His co-authored article (with Ziya Öniş) received the Government and Opposition ‘Elizabeth Meehan best article prize’ in 2019.

Turkey's Quest for Strategic Autonomy in an Era of Multipolarity

IPC Policy Brief ''Turkey's Quest for Strategic Autonomy in an Era of Multipolarity'' by Prof. Dr. Amnon Aran, International Politics at City University of London and Dr. Mustafa Kutlay International Politics at City University of London was published.

 

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Turkey's Quest for Strategic Autonomy: Perspectives from the Middle East and the Black Sea Region

IPC organized a panel titled ''Turkey’s Quest for Strategic Autonomy: Perspectives from the Middle East and the Black Sea Region'' with the participation of Fuat Keyman, Amnon Aran ve Mustafa Kutlay on March 1, at IPC.

Strategic Autonomy in Turkish Foreign Policy: Lineages and Contradictions of an Idea

The workshop titled ''Strategic Autonomy in Turkish Foreign Policy: The Lineages and Contradictions of an Idea'' took place on Friday, November 17 at IPM.