FEATURED: 4th GPoT Center – Mitvim Policy Dialogue
Global Political Trends (GPoT) Center and the Israeli Institute for Regional Foreign Policies (Mitvim) organized the 4th GPoT Center – Mitvim Policy Dialogue on November 20, 2014. Journalists, academicians, and opinion-makers from Israel and Turkey met on the premises of Istanbul Kültür University to discuss the impact of the current regional challenges on Turkish-Israeli relations.20 Nov 2014 | Istanbul
Global Political Trends Center launches the first issue of the Regional Updates report by highlighting the main developments in Cyprus, Egypt, Israel, and Palestine. The aim of the publication is to provide a brief, objective coverage of the BMENA's political, economic, security, and social developments, within a regional context. The information herein is extracted from a relevant spectrum of public sources.
04 Nov 2014 | Istanbul
GPoT Center organized the fourth annual Turkey-Armenia Journalism Award ceremony on 3 June 2014 at the Swedish Palace in Istanbul. The 2014 award went to Oral Çalışlar, Radikal, for his article "Ermeni Kardeşlerim ve Sevgili Hrant!".03 Jun 2014 | Istanbul
GPoT Center is pleased to host Mr. Oğuz Çelikkol, former Turkish Ambassador to Israel, for a closed roundtable meeting on Turkish-Israeli relations on 29 May 2014 in the premises of Istanbul Kültür University.29 May 2014 | Istanbul
Video from Turkey-Armenia Journalism Award 2012
GPoT Center together with the Eurasia Partnership Foundation and Yerevan Press Club held the second annual "Turkey-Armenia Journalism Award" ceremony on the premises of the British Consulate General in Istanbul on June 14, 2012. The winners of the 2012 award were Ms. Hilâl Kaplan of Yeni Şafak (Turkey) and Ms. Lilit Gasparyan of Yerkir Media (Armenia). The video features speeches delivered by the British Consul General in Istanbul - Mrs. Jessica Hand; Chair of the Board of Trustees of Istanbul Kültür University - Mrs. Bahar Akıngüç Günver; Associate Country Director of the Eurasia Partnership07 Aug 2012 | Istanbul