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"The AK Party is focusing on ...
forward.com, 14 May 2013 [cached]
"The AK Party is focusing on the apology for domestic policy use and trying to ignore other parts of the deal," said Cagri Erhan, a political science lecturer at Ankara University.
"The lifting of the blockade seems very unlikely and some families of victims are not ready to drop the legal case even if the compensation is paid," he
"I don't think Turkey's response will ...
www.jpost.com, 25 June 2012 [cached]
"I don't think Turkey's response will be a military one," said Cagri Erhan, a professor of political science at Ankara University.
Dr. Cagri Erhan, Director of ...
www.unaoc.org, 27 May 2010 [cached]
Dr. Cagri Erhan, Director of European Research Center of Ankara University and chairman of Center for Trans-Atlantic Relations, Turkey
Welcome | Project on Middle East Democracy
pomed.org, $reference.date [cached]
Yesterday, the Brookings Institution invited Cagri Erhan, Ibrahim Kalin, and Murat Yetkin to discuss the Turkish court's ruling and its implications for Turkey's relations with the United States and Europe.
...Cagri Erhan is Vice President of the Center for Eurasian Strategic Studies, Ibrahim Kalin is the Founding Director of the Foundation for Political, Economic, and Social Research, and Murat Yetkin is a columnist for Radikal, a Turkish publication.
www.rumiforum.org, 6 Oct 2008 [cached]
Dr. Cagri Erhan
is vice ,president of Center for Eurasian Strategic Studies
(ASAM), a non-profit, independent think tank based in Ankara.
He received his BA and MA degrees in International Relations from Ankara University, Faculty of Political Science (AUFPS) and concluded his Ph. D. in Hacettepe University Department of History (2000).
He started his academic career as a research assistant at AUFPS Department of International Relations in 1994.
He was appointed as an assistant professor in 2002 and as an associate professor in 2003 at the same department.
lectures on Turkish Foreign Policy, the Middle East, and Turkish-American Relations.
He is also the director of European Research Center of Ankara University since 2005.
was awarded Tokyo Foundation Fellowship in 1995, Turkish Ministry of Education Fellowship in 1997, Turkish Academy of Sciences Fellowship
in 1998 and Turkish Historical Association
Award in 2002.
Some of his
books are, Turkish American Relations: Past, Present and Future (London, Routledge, 2004).