My new book titled “European Union’s Immigration Policy: Managing Migration in Turkey and Morocco” published by Palgrave Macmillan is available for pre-order .
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“Conflicts on NATO`s Southeastern Flank: Migration and Violent Extremism”
NATO Allied Land Command, Izmir
27 May 2016
EAIE Spotlight Seminar: 'Integrating refugees into higher education: solutions for a generation on the run'
Amsterdam, 9-10 June 2016
Helena LINDHOLM (University of Gothenburg) and Ayselin YILDIZ
2nd Turkish-German Frontiers of Social Science Symposium 2016
"Forced Migration: Structures, Actors, Processes"
November 24 – 27, 2016
"Turkey’s Evolving Immigration Policy and its Implications on Turkey-EU Relations"
"Political Economy of Morocco: EU is an anchor for neo-liberal transformation?" in Political Economy of Muslim Countries, Cambridge Scholars Publishing
"Challenges for European Asylum Policy: People and Crisis in Limbo"
Panel organized by DAAD (Ankara), 24.05.2016
Keynote Speech: "Refugees in Izmir: in transit, stranded or settling down? Account from a key migration hub in Turkey"
18 March, 2016 at University of Oxford, Centre on Migration, Policy and Society (COMPAS), South East European Studies (SEESOX)
For the lecture, Jean Monnet Module of Assit.Prof.Dr.Kahyaoğlu (GRAF020) please read: Gerard Delanty. The European Heritage from a Critical Cosmopolitan Perspective. LSE Europe in Question Discussion Paper Series. 19/2010
(This activity is organized as part of the enhanced institutional cooperation between Yasar University and University of Pittsburgh as part of FP7 project, EUGLOBAL)
Reading List for Seminar on November 13, 17:00-18:30, Senate Room)
Topic: Population and Migration
Session Coordinators: Christopher Blasco and Ayselin Yıldız
- Rogers Brubaker. “The Return of Assimilation? Changing Perspectives on Immigration and Its Sequels in France, Germany, and the United States” Ethnic and Racial Studies 24.4 (2001): 531-548.
- Eurostat (2015) “Migration in the EU”. 10/06/2015
- Sandra Lavenex & Rahel Kunz (2008) The Migration–Development Nexus in EU External Relations, Journal of European Integration, 30:3, 439-457, DOI: 10.1080/07036330802142152
- Icduygu, A. (2015, April). ‘Syrian Refugees in Turkey The Long Road Ahead’.Transatlantic Council on Migration. Migration Policy Institute
- Hein de Haas (2015, September 22) “Feigning immigration control”. Personal Blog
- Bhagwati, Jagdish. 2003. “Borders Beyond Control.” Foreign Affairs. 82(1): 98-104.
- Jacoby, Tamar. 2011. “Germany’s Immigration Dilemma: How Can Germany Attract the Workers It Needs.” Foreign Affairs. 90(2): 8-14.
Reading List for Seminar on November 6, 17:00-18:30, Senate Room)
Topic: Conflict and Proliferation of Weapons
Session Coordinators: Christopher Blasco and Nazif Mandacı
- Charles A. Kupchan: How Enemies Become Friends: The Sources of Stable Peace, Princeton U. Press, 2010
- Stephan Walt: Deal or Not Deal? Actually That’s Not the Right Question, Foreign Policy, April 12, 2015
- Strazzari Francesco & Simone Tholens. 2009. “Tesco for Terrorists’ Reconsidered: Arms and Conflict Dynamics in Libya and in the Sahara-Sahel Region.” European Journal of Criminal Policy Research. 20: 343-360.
- Sagan, Scott D. 2009. “Shared Responsibilities for Nuclear Disarmament.” Daedalus. Fall. 157-68.
- Schelling, Thomas C. 2009. “A World Without Nuclear Weapons?” Daedalus. Fall. 124-9.
Reading List for Online Seminar with Uni.Pitt (October 16, 18:00-19:30) Senate Room
Topic: Inequality and Poverty
- Drezner, Daniel W. 2000. “Bottom Feeders”. Foreign Policy. 121: 64-70
- Milanovic, Branko. 2013. “Inequality and Democratic Capitalism.” The Globalist. 15 March
- Piketty, Thomas. 2014. “Save capitalism from the capitalists by taxing wealth.” Financial Times. 29 March
- Sheppard, Eric, and Helga Leitner. 2010. “Quo vadis neoliberalism? The remaking of global capitalist governance after the Washington Consensus.” Geoforum 41.2 : 185-194
- Lapavitsas, Costas. “Financialised capitalism: Crisis and financial expropriation.” Historical Materialism 17.2 (2009): 114-148
- Gowan, Peter. “Crisis in the Heartland.” New Left Review 55.2 (2009): 5-29
- Kumi, Emmanuel, Albert A. Arhin, and Thomas Yeboah. 2014.”Can post-2015 sustainable development goals survive neoliberalism? A critical examination of the sustainable development–neoliberalism nexus in developing countries.” Environment, development and sustainability 16.3 : 539-554
- Doyle, M.,Stiglitz, J.”Eliminating Extreme Inequality: A Sustainable Develeopment Goal, 2015-2030