Turkey/CATS Head of CATS
2007-2010 Freelance author and journalist, Istanbul
2004-2007 Visiting Associate Professor, University of Cyprus, Nikosia
2001-2004 Freelance author and journalist, Istanbul
1996-2001 Research fellow and acting director of the German Orient-Institut, Istanbul
1996 Post-doc researcher, University of Lausanne
In recent years, Turkish President Erdoğan has cooperated closely with his Russian counterpart, Putin. Should Turkey now reorient itself due to the brutal war against Ukraine, the West can learn an important lesson from this, says Günter Seufert.
Deep-Rooted Enmities and New Opportunities for Cooperation between Greece, Turkey and Cyprus
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s Visit to the “Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus” Cements a Shift in Turkey’s Cyprus Policy and Reinforces Ankara’s Isolation
Following the European Council meeting last week which suggests a dual approach for Turkey-EU relations, William Noah Glucroft talks to Günter Seufert and Ilke Toygür about the most important issues that are confronting the EU-Turkey relations with a special focus on the next steps.
An Overview of Institutions and Politics
["German interests in Turkey have not changed."]
In recent years, Erdogan has cooperated closely with his Russian counterpart, Putin. But what’s happening now?