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research and studies
Research areas - Risks and security - International politics
- Capitalism and globalization - Political trajectories - Identity and politics
by Bayram Balci (CERI-Sciences Po / Carnegie Endowment for International Peace)
Almost 90 percent of the 53 million Turkish voters went to the polls Sunday 30th March for municipal elections. More critical than all previous local elections, the voting process has been globally open and smooth despite some minor irregularities denounced by the opposition. Although local, these elections took on a more national dimension. Highly criticized in recent months because of his autocratic tendencies, as well as huge corruption scandals affecting his closest ministers and even family members, these elections became a referendum, even a plebiscite for the Turkish Prime Minister. He had declared during the campaign that if his party did not get a clear victory, he would abandon politics. After last weekend’s election, he has good reasons to be pleased...
Palgrave Macmillan, 2014
The composition of the Group of Twenty or G20 reflects the metamorphosis of world politics.In contrast with other "Gs" (G8, G77) its members are both developed and emerging economies, democracies and authoritarian regimes, secular and religious governments...
Maurice VaïsseCatherine Wihtol de Wenden, Yavan Gastaut (dir.)
Christophe Jaffrelot (dir.)
François Bafoil, Ferenc Fodor, Dominique Le Roux (dir.)