Dr. Ali Bilgenoğlu

Assistant professor at the Department of International Relations, Aydın Adnan Menderes University, TURKEY

Revisiting the 20th Century Egyptian Foreign Policy: Pillars, Concepts and Decision-Making

In addition to its historical and cultural depth, as a state with a rich experience, Egypt has a deep-rooted foreign policy tradition that is...

Islamophobia as a Threat to Global Peace: Politics, Media and Rhetoric

Etymologically, Islamophobia, as the combination of the words “Islam” and “Phobia” which derived from Phobos, known as “the god of horror” in ancient Greece,...

Reconciliation or Conflict? Tunisia as a Unique Example in the Arab Spring

Known as the starting point of the Arab Spring, which is one of the greatest social and political transformation attempts of the 21st century...

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