Deniz Altinbas

Dr. Deniz Altınbaş teaches world politics, history of political thought, and European Union politics. Her research interests are European politics and the politics of the Western world. Dr. Altınbaş also focuses on identity and existence issues of the Armenian diaspora. She is a noted speaker, attending national and international conferences and forums, as well as a frequent guest on radio and television programmes. Dr. Altinbas is a prolific writer and has published a host of academic and newspaper articles and website commentaries, as well as a book, Impact of Islam in Europe within the Case of France: Transformation of European States and Societies by Muslims (2011).

Turkey: We, the 50 Percent... (Part 2/2)

Jul 04, 2013

For the 50 percent who didn't vote for Turkey's Erdogan, protests have been the only alternative. This is the last of a two part series. Read part one here. Demonstrations Outside the Gezi Park

Turkey: It's Not Only About a Tree, Stupid (Part 1/2)

Jun 14, 2013

Erdogan’s government has antagonized major portions of Turkish society over the last decade. This is the first of a two part series. It all started with a sit-in protest against government plans to demolish the last green area – Gezi Park – of Taksim Square in order to build a...