Dr. Daria Isachenko

Dr. Daria Isachenko


Research Division: Turkey/CATS
Associate

daria.isachenko(at)swp-berlin.org

2017 –2018 Lecturer and Research Fellow at the European University Viadrina Frankfurt Oder

2011 – 2015 Academic Manager of the Berlin Graduate School for Transnational Studies

2008 –2011 Lecturer and Research Fellow at the Otto-von-Guericke-University Magdeburg

2004 –2008 Research Fellow in the Junior Research Group "Micropolitics of Armed Groups" (funded by Volkswagen-Foundation), Institute for Social Sciences, Humboldt-University at Berlin

Areas of Expertise:

Armenia, Azerbaijan, Russian Federation, Southern Caucasus, Turkey, Regional and interstate conflicts

Turkey-Russia Relations, Turkey and regional cooperation and alliances in Eurasia, Regional and interstate conflicts, Statebuilding


SWP Publications (selection):

Daria Isachenko

Turkey–Russia Partnership in the War over Nagorno-Karabakh

Militarised Peacebuilding with Implications for Conflict Transformation

SWP Comment 2020/C 53, November 2020, 4 Pages

doi:10.18449/2020C53

External Publications (selection):

Daria Isachenko

The Making of Informal States: Statebuilding in Northern Cyprus and Transdniestria

Palgrave Macmillan Series: Rethinking Peace and Conflict Studies, 2012, 208 pages
Daria Isachenko

Coordination and control in Russia's foreign policy: travails of Putin's curators in the near abroad

in: Third World Quarterly, DOI: 10.1080/01436597.2019.1618182, May 2019, p. 1-17
Daria Isachenko

De-catalysing Effects of the Cyprus Hydrocarbon Issue

in: Turkish Area Studies Review 33, Spring 2019, p. 23-26

In the Media/ »Point of View« (selection):

Daria Isachenko

Противостояние России и Турции в Сирии: большая война никому не нужна

Эксперт по российско-турецким отношениям берлинского Фонда науки и политики Дарья Исаченко в интервью DW оценила возможные сценарии развития событий в сирийской провинции Идлиб.

Interview by Vladimir Esipov, in: dw.com, 02.03.2020

Media quotes (selection):

Ulrich von Schwerin

Putin und Erdogan: Selbst Scharmützel können die Kooperation nicht stören

In Syrien, Libyen und nun auch in Karabach führt kein Weg an Russland und der Türkei vorbei. In immer mehr Konflikten arbeiten die beiden Mächte zusammen, obwohl sie auf entgegengesetzten Seiten stehen. Eine Annäherung an eine widersprüchliche Beziehung.

in:nzz.ch, 23.11.2020
Değer Akal

Karabağ ateşkesi: Zafer mi, tuzak mı?

Azerbaycan ve Ermenistan arasında 44 gün süren savaşın sonunda, bölgede askeri ve stratejik hakimiyetini pekiştiren Rusya oldu. Dağlık Karabağ ihtilafının siyasi çözümü başka bir bahara kalmış gözüküyor.

in: dw.com, 12.11.2020
Nikita Jolkver

Мирное соглашение по Нагорному Карабаху: что говорят в Германии?

DW собрала комментарии депутатов бундестага, оценки политологов и аналитические публикации СМИ, посвященные достижению договоренности между Ереваном и Баку.

in: dw.com, 10.11.2020
Değer Akal

Alman düşünce kuruluşu SWP: Türkiye “tehditkar ortak” olarak algılanıyor

Alman düşünce kuruluşu SWP tarafından yayımlanan makalede, Avrupa’da artık “tehditkar bir ortak” olarak algılanan Türkiye’nin Rusya ile birlikte “hızlı bir Batı’dan yabancılaşma rotasında” ilerlediği kaydedildi.

in:dw.com, 06.11.2020
Değer Akal

Türkiye-Rusya ilişkileri: Diplomasi masası devrilir mi?

Dünya başkentlerinin gözü Ankara-Moskova diplomasi hattında. Türk-Rus işbirliğinin, askeri müdahalelerle sertleşen rekabete ne kadar dayanabileceği konuşuluyor. Uzmanlar, merak edilen soruları DW Türkçe’ye yanıtladı:

in: dw.com, 24.07.2020

SWP Comments

Daria Isachenko
Turkey–Russia Partnership in the War over Nagorno-Karabakh

Militarised Peacebuilding with Implications for Conflict Transformation


Sinem Adar, Nicola Bilotta, Aurélien Denizeau, Sinan Ekim, Dorothée Schmid, Günter Seufert, Ilke Toygür, Karol Wasilewski
Customs Union: Old Instrument, New Function in EU-Turkey Relations


SWP Research Papers

Günter Seufert
Is the Fethullah Gülen Movement Overstretching Itself?

A Turkish Religious Community as a National and International Player


Günter Seufert
Foreign Policy and Self-image

The Societal Basis of Strategy Shifts in Turkey