Beril Dedeoğlu

Beril Dedeoğlu

Beril Dedeoğlu has been a Professor of International Relations at Galatasaray University since 1995. Apart from her academic career, Dedeoğlu served as the Minister of European Union Affairs in the interim election government between 22 September and 17 November 2015.
Do Separatist Movements gain Ground in World Politics

Do Separatist Movements gain Ground in World Politics?

November 14, 2017
Considering the US interventions in Afghanistan and Iraq along with Russia’s annexation of Crimea and half of Georgia, it is possible to foresee that the era of division is over and that actors will move towards expansion.
Brexit and Re-discussing European Democracy

Brexit and Re-discussing European Democracy

July 11, 2016
Great Britain’s decision to leave the EU is not only a turning point in Europe’s history but also a huge challenge for the world’s economic and political system.
The EU and Turkey From the Migrant Crisis to the

The EU and Turkey: From the Migrant Crisis to the Visa Crisis

May 25, 2016
Turks do have the will to have a more profound relationship with Europe, but Europeans keep asking the Turks to stay at a safe distance.
The Syrian Crisis and Turkey-EU Relations

The Syrian Crisis and Turkey-EU Relations

February 15, 2016
Refugee crisis is putting the EU into a difficult position for two main reasons: first, the number of the refugees keeps growing and there are now many member states who consider "building walls" as the only way of protection. Second, because of the refugee flows, xenophobic and Islamophobic political parties grow stronger in every election.