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  • Interview with Prof. Gerd Nonneman

    It seems that Bahrain and Libya is occupying a central place on the discussion on Arab insurgency and its causes and possible effect on the Middle East. What do you think about what makes them so special? Is it because of the level of violence in these countries or there is something more political concern

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  • Interview with Assoc. Prof. Dr. Emre Iseri on Energy Security

    Considering Turkey’s 2023 vision and energy policy objectives, what are the potential challenges that Turkey faces?  Do you think that Turkey is pursuing a sustainable energy policy? As a country with growing imported energy demand, which is around 70-75% at the moment, Turkey aims to reach sustainable energy future by increasing the share of local

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  • Interview with Dr. Lobsang Sangay, the PM of the Tibetan Government in Exile

    BY ARNAV ANJARIA | SEPTEMBER 19th, 2012 Dr. Lobsang Sangay is the democratically elected Prime Minister of the Tibetan Government in Exile, officially known as the Central Tibetan Administration. Interview was conducted just after Dr. Sangay was elected as Prime Minister. Elections received massive support of the large Tibetan Diaspora spread across South Asia, North

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  • Interview with Prof. Colin Hay

    ‘The reader controls our bias.’ Colin Hay on the political analyst’s condition. BY RAMON I. CENTENO | AUGUST 03, 2012 This, the first year of my PhD, included a research-training workshop with Colin Hay. As it finished just before submitting a (demanding) draft first chapter of my thesis, several questions I had for him remained

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  • Interview with Dr. Kerem Oktem

    By Ozgur Tufekci and Husrev Tabak | July 2012 Another Empire is based on the proceedings of a conference with the title “Turkey’s Foreign Policy in a changing world: Old alignments and new neighbourhoods”, which the editors (Kerem Öktem, Ayşe Kadıoğlu, Mehmet Karlı) and Othon Anastasakis, Director of Southeast European Studies at Oxford, convened in May

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  • An Interview with Dr Nicholas Osbaldiston (Monash University)

    BY DR. JEAN-PAUL GAGNON | APRIL 17, 2012 Jean-Paul Gagnon: What is ‘seachange’ and where in the world is this happening? Nicholas Osbaldiston: This is an important question and one that deserves teasing out. For one, the phenomenon of seachange involves a type of urban and suburban escapism. In particular, it’s the movement of people, across a

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  • An Interview with Professor Sonny Lo: Political Reflections in Hong Kong

    BY DR. JEAN-PAUL GAGNON | MARCH 01, 2012 Jean-Paul Gagnon: What do you see as Hong Kong’s democracy future? Professor Sonny Lo: HK’s democratic future depends on two main factors: China’s internal democratic changes and Hong Kong’s push for democratization. At the moment, the push for internal democratization in Hong Kong has pitted the pan-democratic forces

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  • Interview with Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Streeck

    Professor Streeck is Director of the Max Planck Institue for the Study of Societies (MPIfG), based in Cologne, Germany. The author of many books and articles on comparative political economy, he recently published ‘The Crises of Democratic Capitalism‘ in the New Left Review. BY THE CURRENT MOMENT | DECEMBER 04, 2012 What are the stories

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  • An Interview with Dr. Jean-Paul Gagnon On Democratic Theory and Politics

    Dr. Jean-Paul Gagnon is a social and political philosopher specializing in democratic theory. In the light of recent developments around the world, I interviewed with Dr. Gagnon because of his expertise in democratic theory. BY HÜSREV TABAK | DECEMBER 11, 2011 Tabak: How is it that democratic theorists can contribute to political analysis? Gagnon: To answer this

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  • Professor Noam Chomsky – in interview

    Written by DEAN CARROLL Friday, 28 October 2011 11:11 World-renowned polymath Professor Noam Chomsky speaks to PublicServiceEurope.com in the first of two interviews on international affairs, geopolitics, the Arab spring and the economic crisis plaguing Europe and America You have been a leading critic of United States foreign policy in the past – what view do you

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