NSA Professor Ryan Gingeras has New publications on Turkish politics
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Given the ongoing interest in organized crime within the Republic of Turkey, NSA professor Ryan Gingeras offers analysis of major controversies affecting the Turkish state today. Grounded in deeper historical research, he contributes to the broader conversation about the mechanics of Turkish politics and society today, and the current trajectory of the country's main civil and political institutions. His contributions are featured in three new publications: “An Empire Redeemed: Tracing the Ottoman State’s path towards Collapse” in The Oxford Handbook of the Ends of Empire; a co-authored report titled power and Corruption in Erdogan’s Turkey: Context and Consequences for the Bipartisan policy Center; and an “Is Turkey Turning into A Mafia State? The Case of Reza Zarrab and the Rise of Organized Crime” in Foreign Affairs.
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