Op-Eds and Policy Briefs

  1. Inside Iran’s Quds Day Celebration of October 7The National Interest, June 23, 2024. [coauthored with Meir Javedanfar]
  2. Moroccan Textbooks Teach Appreciation of Jewish Life and Tolerance in the KingdomAnti Defamation League, September 29, 2022. [coauthored with Carole Nuriel]
  3. A 28 años del ataque terrorista a la AMIA, la amenaza iraní sigue latente en América LatinaEl Nacional (Venezuela), July 17, 2022. [coauthored with Susan Heller Pinto]
  4. AMIA Attack Anniversary Evokes Ongoing Iranian Threats to Latin AmericaThe National Interest, July 17, 2022. [coauthored with Susan Heller Pinto]
  5. Missing the zeitgeist: Iraq legislates anti-Israel bigotryThe Times of Israel, June 3, 2022. [coauthored with Sharon Nazarian]
  6. Quds Day Exposes Iran’s Genocidal Ambitions – AgainAnti-Defamation League, May 4, 2022.
  7. TurkeyFDD Foreign Policy Tracker, April 1, 2022.
  8. Ukraine War Offers Opportunity To Bring Turkey and its Defense Industry into NATO FoldInside Sources, March 28, 2022. [coauthored with Ryan Brobst]
  9. Meet the Turkish Oligarch Who’s Pushing Kremlin Talking PointsThe Dispatch, March 25, 2022. [coauthored with Kürşat Gök]
  10. Turkey Walks a Tightrope on UkraineThe Dispatch, March 9, 2022.
  11. Erdogan’s Balancing Act Between Russia and UkraineThe Globalist, March 3, 2020.
  12. TurkeyFDD Foreign Policy Tracker, March 1, 2022.
  13. Erdogan Moves to Censor Western Media But not Russian PropagandaFDD Policy Brief, February 25, 2022.
  14. Turkey Could Become the Middle East’s Next Narco-StateThe National Interest, February 19, 2022. [coauthored with Kürşat Gök]
  15. Iran’s Cyber Operations Against Turkey Should Be a Wakeup Call for ErdoganFDD Policy Brief, February 14, 2022. [coauthored with Annie Fixler]
  16. Embattled Erdogan Signals Turkish-Israeli ThawForeign Policy, February 11, 2022.
  17. Turkey a Step Closer to Suspension From the Council of EuropeFDD Policy Brief, February 4, 2022.
  18. TurkeyFDD Foreign Policy Tracker, February 1, 2022.
  19. Halkbank’s Supreme Court Appeal Will Delay Iran Sanctions-Evasion CaseFDD Policy Brief, January 19, 2022.
  20. TurkeyFDD Foreign Policy Tracker, January 11, 2022.
  21. Erdogan’s Wealth Amnesty Offers Illicit-Finance Loophole for the Eighth TimeFDD Policy Brief, January 4, 2022.
  22. It’s Time to End CNN’s License for CNN Turk’s Hate ContentNewsweek, January 4, 2022. [coauthored with Toby Dershowitz]
  23. Bottom-Up Hope: Local Governments Bolster Religious Pluralism in TurkeyProvidence, December 15, 2021. [coauthored with Tuğba Tanyeri-Erdemir]
  24. Erdogan hopes to salvage relations with the Gulf to save Turkey’s economyAl Arabiya English, December 12, 2021. [coauthored with Hussain Abdul-Hussain]
  25. Turkey’s Council of Europe Voting Rights and Membership at RiskFDD Policy Brief, December 3, 2021.
  26. TurkeyFDD Foreign Policy Tracker, December 3, 2021.
  27. لماذا قرّر الرئيس التركي خفض معدّلات الفائدة، متسبّبًا بزيادة التضخم وتراجع قيمة الليرة؟Carnegie Middle East Center’s Diwan, December 2, 2021.
  28. Why is Turkey’s President Cutting Interest Rates, Spurring Inflation and Lowering the Value of the Lira?Carnegie Middle East Center’s Diwan, December 2, 2021.
  29. Turkey is Collateral Damage in Erdoğan’s Hostage DiplomacyThe Dispatch, November 29, 2021. [coauthored with Eric Edelman]
  30. Russia’s Power Games Extend to the Orthodox ChurchThe National Interest, November 26, 2021. [coauthored with Paul Gadalla]
  31. Swift trans-Atlantic action kept Turkey from fueling Belarus’ hybrid attacksDefense News, November 16, 2021.
  32. Erdogan’s veneer of respect conceals blatant antisemitismThe Jerusalem Post, November 15, 2021. [coauthored with Enia Krivine]
  33. Turkish Airlines in EU Crosshairs for Facilitating Lukashenko’s ‘Hybrid Warfare’ With Belarus FlightsFDD Policy Brief, November 9, 2021.
  34. Turkish Streamers Colluded With Iran-Based Money Launderers: Amazon Subsidiary Twitch Should Take ActionThe Frontier Post (Pakistan), November 6, 2021.
  35. Biden’s sweet talk won’t curb Erdogan’s abuses in Turkey and beyondThe New York Post, November 5, 2021.
  36. Turkish Streamers Colluded With Iran-Based Money Launderers: Amazon Subsidiary Twitch Should Take ActionFDD Policy Brief, November 5, 2021.
  37. TurkeyFDD Foreign Policy Tracker, November 2, 2021.
  38. Erdogan’s Belligerence Has U.S., Greece Expanding TiesForeign Policy, October 26, 2021. [coauthored with Bradley Bowman]
  39. Landmark Iran Sanctions Ruling Against Turkish Public Lender Builds U.S. DeterrenceThe Frontier Post (Pakistan), October 26, 2021.
  40. Landmark Iran Sanctions Ruling Against Turkish Public Lender Builds U.S. DeterrenceFDD Insight, October 26, 2021.
  41. Turkey Returns to Financial Action Task Force ‘Grey List’The National Interest, October 23, 2021. [coauthored with Toby Dershowitz]
  42. Turkey Lands on Anti-Money Laundering Watchlist — AgainFDD Insight, October 22, 2021. [coauthored with Toby Dershowitz]
  43. Turkey Threatens New Military Offensive in Northern SyriaFDD Policy Brief, October 18, 2021. [coauthored with David Adesnik]
  44. Gaslighting Nations—Erdogan Makes a Mockery of U.N. General Assembly—AgainNewsweek, October 12, 2021.
  45. TurkeyFDD Foreign Policy Tracker, October 6, 2021.
  46. Give Osman Kavala the Nobel Peace PrizeThe National Interest, October 2, 2021. [coauthored with Michael Rubin]
  47. Congress Joins European Allies in Targeting Erdogan’s Far-Right PartnersThe Frontier Post (Pakistan), September 29, 2021.
  48. Congress Joins European Allies in Targeting Erdogan’s Far-Right PartnersFDD Policy Brief, September 29, 2021.
  49. Erdogan’s U-turn in Afghanistan shows the danger of outsourcing security missions to autocratsWashington Examiner, September 21, 2021.
  50. Treasury Sanctions Jihadist Financiers in Turkey for the Seventh Time Since 2019The Frontier Post (Pakistan), September 20, 2021.
  51. Will Turkey’s Détente with Egypt and the Gulf Extend to the Horn of Africa?The National Interest, September 19, 2021. [coauthored with Varsha Koduvayur]
  52. Treasury Sanctions Jihadist Financiers in Turkey for the Seventh Time Since 2019FDD Policy Brief, September 17, 2021.
  53. Businessman’s Extradition to U.S. Could Expose Turkish-Venezuelan Collusion to Evade SanctionsThe Frontier Post (Pakistan), September 11, 2021.
  54. Businessman’s Extradition to U.S. Could Expose Turkish-Venezuelan Collusion to Evade SanctionsFDD Policy Brief, September 10, 2021.
  55. U.S. Should Intensify Efforts to Extradite Turkish Money Laundering SuspectFDD Policy Brief, September 3, 2021.
  56. Financial Watchdog Cracks Down on Turkish Public Lender’s German SubsidiaryThe Frontier Post (Pakistan), August 31, 2021.
  57. Financial Watchdog Cracks Down on Turkish Public Lender’s German SubsidiaryFDD Policy Brief, August 31, 2021.
  58. TurkeyFDD Foreign Policy Tracker, August 27, 2021.
  59. Turkey Turns to Taliban, But There is no More Airport Deal to SalvageBalkan Insight, August 17, 2021.
  60. Erdogan’s Turkey is a key patron of global efforts to delegitimize IsraelWashington Examiner, August 11, 2021. [coauthored with David May]
  61. TurkeyFDD Foreign Policy Tracker, August 10, 2021.
  62. Turkey’s Anti-Kurdish Measures Violate Religious FreedomProvidence, August 9, 2021. [coauthored with Sude Akgündoğdu]
  63. Treasury Designates Turkey-Backed Syrian Jihadists Implicated in War CrimesFDD Policy Brief, August 4, 2021. [coauthored with David Adesnik]
  64. Erdogan Escalates Turkish Campaign to Disenfranchise Six Million Pro-Kurdish VotersThe National Interest, July 30, 2021. [coauthored with Sude Akgündoğdu]
  65. TurkeyFDD Foreign Policy Tracker, July 28, 2021.
  66. “Erdogan’s Provocations in Cyprus Escalate Tensions in Eastern MediterraneanFDD Policy Brief, July 28, 2021.
  67. Biden Should Be Wary of Erdogan’s Afghanistan GambitNewsweek, July 27, 2021.
  68. Jeff Flake as ambassador to Turkey is a chance for my home country to healDeseret News, July 16, 2021.
  69. TurkeyFDD Foreign Policy Tracker, July 14, 2021.
  70. Turkish-Israeli rapprochement is a great idea, if not for ErdoganIsrael Hayom (Israel), July 14, 2021.
  71. פיוס בין טורקיה לבין ישראל הוא רעיון נפלא – אבל הבעיה היא ארדואןIsrael Hayom (Israel), July 14, 2021.
  72. The Turkish Laundromat — Erdogan Offers Illicit-Finance Loophole for the Seventh TimeFDD Policy Brief, July 2, 2021.
  73. Biden-Erdogan Meeting Suggests No Quick Fixes in U.S.-Turkish RelationsBalkan Insight, June 30, 2021.
  74. TurkeyFDD Foreign Policy Tracker, June 29, 2021.
  75. U.S. Targets Turkey-Based Money Laundering Schemes With Links to Senior Turkish OfficialsFDD Policy Brief, June 25, 2021.
  76. TurkeyFDD Foreign Policy Tracker, June 14, 2021.
  77. Biden should remind Erdogan of NATO’s basic tenets and valuesThe Hill, June 12, 2021. [coauthored with Eric S. Edelman]
  78. Turkey’s Pro-Kurdish Opposition Party in Ankara’s Crosshairs – AgainFDD Policy Brief, June 9, 2021.
  79. TurkeyFDD Foreign Policy Tracker, June 3, 2021.
  80. State Department Should Deliver an Honest Message about Turkey’s Religious Freedom RecordProvidence, June 3, 2021. [coauthored with Tuğba Tanyeri-Erdemir]
  81. Turkey Undermines NATO, Yet AgainThe Globalist, June 1, 2021.
  82. Erdogan Saves Putin’s Belarusian Ally by Playing Spoiler Role Within NATOThe Frontier Post (Pakistan), May 28, 2021.
  83. Erdogan Saves Putin’s Belarusian Ally by Playing Spoiler Role Within NATOFDD Policy Brief, May 28, 2021.
  84. Erdogan’s Backing of Hamas Precludes Turkey’s Rapprochement With IsraelThe Algemeiner, May 21, 2021.
  85. Treasury Sanctions Jihadist Financiers in Turkey – For the Fifth Time in Two YearsThe Frontier Post (Pakistan), May 20, 2021.
  86. Treasury Sanctions Jihadist Financiers in Turkey – For the Fifth Time in Two YearsFDD Policy Brief, May 20, 2021.
  87. TurkeyFDD Foreign Policy Tracker, May 18, 2021.
  88. Commerce Department Targets Former Turkish Banker for Evading Iran SanctionsFDD Policy Brief, May 13, 2021.
  89. TurkeyFDD Foreign Policy Tracker, April 30, 2021.
  90. U.S. Security Partners and Putin’s S-400FDD Infographic, April 29, 2021. [coauthored with Bradley Bowman and Ryan Brobst]
  91. Turkey Needs to Change its Policy and Rhetoric Toward Religious MinoritiesNewsweek, April 29, 2021. [coauthored with Nadine Maenza]
  92. Ankara’s Crackdown Triggers Run on Turkish Cryptocurrency ExchangesThe Frontier Post (Pakistan), April 27, 2021.
  93. Ankara’s Crackdown Triggers Run on Turkish Cryptocurrency ExchangesFDD Policy Brief, April 27, 2021.
  94. Halkbank’s last-minute effort to scuttle Iran sanctions-evasion caseThe Frontier Post (Pakistan), April 21, 2021.
  95. Halkbank’s Last-Minute Effort to Scuttle Iran Sanctions-Evasion CaseFDD Policy Brief, April 20, 2021.
  96. TurkeyFDD Foreign Policy Tracker, April 15, 2021.
  97. Turkey’s Courtship with China Spells Trouble for UyghursThe National Interest, April 12, 2021. [coauthored with Umut Can Fidan]
  98. Manhattan Court Gave Erdogan’s Pet Bank a Get-out-of-Jail-Free CardNewsweek, March 25, 2021. [coauthored with Mark Dubowitz]
  99. Erdogan’s Power Plays Turn to Profit MarginsForeign Policy, March 24, 2021.
  100. Erdogan Government Moves to Criminalize and Shutter Turkey’s Pro-Kurdish PartyFDD Policy Brief, March 18, 2021.
  101. Putini dhe Erdogani: garë drejt fundit të pusitSbunker (Kosovo), March 12, 2021.
  102. The Middle East’s religious minorities are facing extinction. The world must actThe Washington Post, March 8, 2021. [coauthored with Sharon Nazarian]
  103. Putin and Erdogan: Two Men Race to the BottomThe Globalist, March 3, 2021.
  104. House Joins Senate’s Call for Tougher Action Against ErdoganFDD Policy Brief, March 2, 2021.
  105. Стегањето на клештата Русија-Турција го загрозува опстанокот на Вселенската ПатријаршијаReligija (Macedonia), March 2, 2021.
  106. Russia-Turkey Pincer Movement Threatens Ecumenical Patriarchate’s SurvivalBalkan Insight, February 26, 2021. [coauthored with John A. Lechner]
  107. Biden Should Heed Senate’s Call for Tougher Action Against ErdoganFDD Policy Brief, February 11, 2021.
  108. Treasury Report Highlights Turkey as Islamic State’s Logistical HubFDD Policy Brief, February 2, 2021.
  109. Οι ΗΠΑ επιβάλλουν κυρώσεις σε δύο Αιγύπτιους τρομοκράτες που βρήκαν καταφύγιο στην ΤουρκίαInfognomonPolitics (Greece), January 20, 2020.
  110. Treasury Sanctions Egyptian Terrorists Harbored by TurkeyFDD Policy Brief, January 19, 2021.
  111. Turkey’s Frantic Gold Rush Points to a Financial Crisis AheadThe National Interest, January 8, 2021. [coauthored with John A. Lechner]
  112. CAATSA Sanctions Should Be Just First Step if Erdogan Does Not Change CourseFDD Policy Brief, December 16, 2020. [coauthored with Bradley Bowman]
  113. Getting Erdogan’s Turkey Right: Reflections on Ambassador Jeffrey’s Exit InterviewFDD Insight, November 24, 2020.
  114. Washington can Help Free Turkey’s Highest-Profile Prisoner of ConscienceNewsweek, November 23, 2020.
  115. Biden and Erdogan: Five Potential Flashpoints in US-Turkish RelationsBalkan Insight, November 19, 2020.
  116. Turkish bank rulings should be a wakeup call for global financial institutionsAl Arabiya (UAE), November 8, 2020. [coauthored with Jonathan Schanzer]
  117. Turkey Fines Global Social Media Platforms in Desperate Bid to Stifle Online DissentFDD Policy Brief, November 6, 2020.
  118. Zarrab Was Not the Only Iranian Ringleader to Exploit Turkey’s Permissive JurisdictionRadio Farda, November 3, 2020. [coauthored with Umut Can Fidan]
  119. Testing NATO: Turkey’s Acquisition of Russian S-400 Air Defense SystemFDD Infographic, October 27, 2020. [coauthored with Bradley Bowman and Scott D. Adamson]
  120. Erdogan Meddles in Northern Cyprus ElectionsFDD Policy Brief, October 14, 2020.
  121. Turkish Public Lender Fails Again to Scuttle Iran Sanctions Evasion CaseFDD Policy Brief, October 7, 2020.
  122. The United Nations: Erdogan’s Favorite Platform for Trolling the WorldNewsweek, October 2, 2020. [coauthored with Philip Kowalski]
  123. ‘Blue Homeland’ and the Irredentist Future of Turkish Foreign PolicyWar on the Rocks, September 30, 2020. [coauthored with Philip Kowalski]
  124. Iran’s Turkey-Based Sanctions-Evasion Scheme More Extensive Than Previously ReportedFDD Policy Brief, September 23, 2020.
  125. Pompeo’s Cyprus Visit a Sign of U.S. Reengagement in the Eastern MediterraneanFDD Policy Brief, September 14, 2020.
  126. The Plight of Iranians in TurkeyRealClearWorld, September 11, 2020. [coauthored with Behnam Ben Taleblu]
  127. Turecký prezident svoju spriaznenosť s islamistami neskrývaHospodárske Noviny (Slovakia), September 11, 2020.
  128. Turkey Slams U.S. Decision to Lift Cyprus Arms EmbargoFDD Policy Brief, September 4, 2020.
  129. The Erdogan/Hamas Axis?The Globalist, August 29, 2020.
  130. Iran and Turkey sing from the same sheet of music against Israel-UAE rapprochementThe Hill, August 29, 2020. [coauthored with Behnam Ben Taleblu]
  131. State Department Calls Out Erdogan’s Hosting of Hamas TerroristsFDD Policy Brief, August 26, 2020.
  132. China Buys Turkey’s Silence on Uyghur OppressionThe Diplomat, August 21, 2020. [coauthored with Philip Kowalski]
  133. Joe Biden Will Be America’s Most Pro-Kurdish PresidentThe National Interest, August 16, 2020. [coauthored with Philip Kowalski]
  134. The Battle of Hagia Sophia: Erdogan’s Conquest of the Turkish RepublicThe National Interest, August 9, 2020.
  135. Erdogan’s Target in Hagia Sophia Stunt was Ataturk’s LegacyBalkan Insight, August 4, 2020.
  136. Trump Should Teach Erdogan a Lesson in Law, Not CorruptionDefense One, July 27, 2020. [coauthored with John A. Lechner]
  137. Turkish Government’s Hagia Sophia Rhetoric Adds Insult to InjuryProvidence, July 24, 2020. [coauthored with Tuğba Tanyeri-Erdemir]
  138. Turkey’s Bar Associations Become the Latest Target of Erdogan’s Iran-Inspired ‘Reform’FDD Policy Brief, July 17, 2020. [coauthored with Philip Kowalski]
  139. Declining Turkish-Iranian energy trade offers Washington an opportunityThe Hill, June 30, 2020. [coauthored with Behnam Ben Taleblu]
  140. Turkey and Iran Orchestrate Joint Military Operations Against Kurdish InsurgentsFDD Policy Brief, June 26, 2020.
  141. Washington’s Muted Response Emboldens Erdogan’s Hostage DiplomacyFDD Policy Brief, June 19, 2020.
  142. COVID-19 in Iran and Turkey: Mismanagement, Crackdowns, Economic Crises, and Corona-DiplomacyFDD Insight, June 5, 2020. [coauthored with Saeed Ghasseminejad]
  143. Why Erdogan Won’t Ask the IMF for HelpForeign Policy, June 1, 2020. [coauthored with John A. Lechner]
  144. Turkish Proxy Gains in Libya are No Cure for Ankara’s Growing IsolationThe National Interest, May 26, 2020. [coauthored with Varsha Koduvayur and Philip Kowalski]
  145. Erdogan’s Fourth Attempt to Take Over Turkey’s Largest Private BankFDD Policy Brief, May 23, 2020.
  146. Turkey the Only NATO Member Singled out in Annual Religious Freedom ReportProvidence, May 12, 2020. [coauthored with Tuğba Tanyeri-Erdemir]
  147. Turkish Government Scapegoats LGBTI Community for COVID-19 PandemicKathimerini (Greece), May 11, 2020. [coauthored with Philip Kowalski]
  148. Trump Should not Fall for Erdogan’s S-400 GambitWar on the Rocks, May 5, 2020. [coauthored with Luc Sasseville]
  149. In Turkey, Erdogan’s crackdown on Kurds takes no coronavirus breakopenDemocracy, April 28, 2020. [coauthored with Philip Kowalski] (UK)
  150. Will COVID-19 Restrain Erdoğan’s Syria Ambitions?The Turkey Analyst, April 27, 2020. [coauthored with Luc Sasseville]
  151. Covid-19: Erdogan trata de ocultar la extensión de la pandemia en TurquíaRevista El Medio (Spain), April 27, 2020. [coauthored with Philip Kowalski]
  152. Erdogan’s COVID-19 Cover-up Hampers Turkey’s Coronavirus ResponseFDD Insight, April 24, 2020. [coauthored with Philip Kowalski]
  153. Bungled lockdown reflects failure of Erdogan’s coronavirus policyThe Jerusalem Post (Israel), April 20, 2020.
  154. The Coronavirus Will Destroy Turkey’s EconomyForeign Policy, April 8, 2020. [coauthored with John A. Lechner]
  155. Turkish Public Lender Pleads Not Guilty for Evading Iran SanctionsFDD Policy Brief, April 3, 2020. [coauthored with Philip Kowalski]
  156. Turkey’s leak of Istanbul killing shows unlikely marriage with Iran under strainAl Arabiya (UAE), April 2, 2020.
  157. Attack on Turkish soldiers spotlights Ankara’s Idlib conundrumLong War Journal, March 31, 2020 [coauthored with Luc Sasseville]
  158. Coronavirus Pandemic Impacts Turkey’s Approach to Displaced SyriansThe Global Observatory, March 30, 2020.
  159. U.S. Court Exposes Turkey’s Role in Iran’s and Venezuela’s Sanctions Evasion Schemes – AgainFDD Policy Brief, March 19, 2020. [coauthored with Philip Kowalski]
  160. Turkish Government Responsible for Torture, Arbitrary Killings, and DisappearancesFDD Policy Brief, March 17, 2020. [coauthored with Philip Kowalski]
  161. As Erdogan’s reliance on Russia grows, NATO hopes to win back wayward TurkeyAl Arabiya (UAE), March 7, 2020. [coauthored with Philip Kowalski]
  162. Erdogan Plots to Take Over Turkey’s Largest Private Bank – For the Third TimeFDD Policy Brief, February 14, 2020.
  163. Turkish Casualties in Idlib Test Putin-Erdogan AllianceFDD Policy Brief, February 7, 2020. [coauthored with Brenna Knippen]
  164. U.S. Prosecutors Propose Massive Contempt Fine for Sanctions-Evading Turkish BankFDD Policy Brief, January 29, 2020. [coauthored with Brenna Knippen]
  165. The Turkish-Qatari Axis Challenges Washington” The National Interest, January 22, 2020. [coauthored with Varsha Koduvayur]
  166. Turkey’s elite unsure whether Soleimani was hero or war criminal” The Jerusalem Post (Israel), January 20, 2020.
  167. The Turkey-Russia Tango Over Syria and Libya” The Globalist, January 19, 2020. [coauthored with Brenna Knippen]
  168. Turkish and Syrian Intelligence Chiefs Meet in Moscow” FDD Policy Brief, January 17, 2020. [coauthored with Brenna Knippen]
  169. Turkish voters – and Putin – will restrain Erdogan’s Libya ambitions” Al Arabiya (UAE), January 15, 2020.  [coauthored with Brenna Knippen]
  170. Turkey Must Stop Meddling in Armenian Church Affairs” Foreign Policy, January 14, 2020. [coauthored with John A. Lechner]
  171. Turkey-Libya Maritime Border Deal Escalates Tensions in the Eastern Mediterranean” FDD Policy Brief, December 10, 2019. [coauthored with Brenna Knippen]
  172. Treasury Sanctions an Islamic State Network in Turkey – For the Third Time this Year” FDD Policy Brief, November 20, 2019. [coauthored with Brenna Knippen]
  173. Erdogan and ISIS: Trump should not fall for the Turkish president’s public relations stunts” The Globalist, November 11, 2019.
  174. Erdogan Labors to Explain Baghdadi and Family” FDD Policy Brief, November 8, 2019. [coauthored with Brenna Knippen]
  175. Erdogan Continues to Reward Iran Sanctions Evaders” FDD Policy Brief, October 31, 2019. [coauthored with Brenna Knippen]
  176. Trump’s Turkey Problem” Washington Examiner, October 24, 2019. [coauthored with Jonathan Schanzer]
  177. Trump can get both Turkish and Kurdish support in Syria by negotiating peace deal” Fox News, October 22, 2019.
  178. Lo de Erdogan en Siria es una campaña militar… y electoral” Revista El Medio (Spain), October 22, 2019.
  179. Turkey’s Syria campaign serves Erdogan’s electoral ambitions” Al Arabiya (UAE), October 20, 2019.
  180. Trump’s first mistake in Syria was ever trusting Erdogan” The Washington Post, October 17, 2019. [coauthored with David Adesnik]
  181. Dans le conflit syrien, Trump a ruiné la crédibilité de l’Amérique” Slate, October 14, 2019. [coauthored with Eric S. Edelman]
  182. Trump’s Capitulation to Erdogan Destroys U.S. Credibility” Foreign Policy, October 8, 2019. [coauthored with Eric S. Edelman]
  183. Turquía acoge a terroristas y promueve el terrorismo” Revista El Medio (Spain), October 2, 2019. [coauthored with Jonathan Schanzer]
  184. Turkey is now a haven for terrorists and an enabler of terrorism” New York Post, September 23, 2019.  [coauthored with Jonathan Schanzer]
  185. Erdogan’s Russian Pipe Dreams” The Globalist, August 31, 2019.
  186. Putin Plays Erdogan Like a Fiddle” FDD Policy Brief, August 30, 2019.
  187. Erdogan Removes Kurdish Mayors from Office – Again” FDD Policy Brief, August 21, 2019.
  188. Allegations of Iranian Cash Smuggling Stir Up Turkish Parliament” FDD Policy Brief, August 16, 2019.
  189. Treasury’s Venezuela Sanctions Target the Tip of the Turkish Iceberg” FDD Policy Brief, July 26, 2019.
  190. UN Report on Khashoggi Condemns Saudi Arabia, Criticizes Turkey” FDD Policy Brief, June 21, 2019. [coauthored with Merve Tahiroğlu]
  191. Why Istanbul’s rerun is a battle for the soul of Turkey” openDemocracy (UK), June 14, 2019. [coauthored with Merve Tahiroğlu]
  192. U.S. Stops Training  Turkish Officers as F-35 Pilots” FDD Policy Brief, June 7, 2019. [coauthored with Merve Tahiroğlu]
  193. Erdogan Releases Another U.S. Hostage Ahead of Trump Meeting” FDD Policy Brief, May 31, 2019. [coauthored with Merve Tahiroğlu]
  194. Erdogan confía en recuperar Estambul… gracias al ‘enemigo kurdo’” Revista El Medio (Spain), May 7, 2019. [coauthored with Merve Tahiroğlu]
  195. Erdogan Makes Mockery of Elections” The Globalist, May 7, 2019. [coauthored with Merve Tahiroğlu]
  196. Erdogan Gambles on Winning Back Istanbul, Kurdish Loyalties” FDD Policy Brief, May 6, 2019. [coauthored with Merve Tahiroğlu]
  197. Congress Urges New Sanctions on Turkey” FDD Policy Brief, April 11, 2019. [coauthored with Merve Tahiroğlu]
  198. Turkey’s Pursuit of American F-35s and Russian S-400s” FDD Infographic, April 10, 2019. [coauthored with Bradley Bowman and Jonathan Schanzer]
  199. Erdogan At a Crossroad” The Globalist, April 2, 2019. [coauthored with Merve Tahiroğlu]
  200. Sonoro fracaso de Erdogan en las municipales turcas” Revista El Medio (Spain), April 2, 2019. [coauthored with Merve Tahiroğlu]
  201. The Prospect of U.S. Sanctions Exacerbates Turkey’s Political and Economic Risks” FDD Research Memo, April 1, 2019. [coauthored with Jonathan Schanzer and Merve Tahiroğlu]
  202. In Stunning Upset, Turkish Opposition Takes Ankara, Istanbul” FDD Policy Brief, April 1, 2019. [coauthored with Merve Tahiroğlu]
  203. Turkey Heads for its Dirtiest Election Yet” FDD Policy Brief, March 28, 2019. [coauthored with Merve Tahiroğlu]
  204. Moldova’s Elections Show Putin’s Limits” RealClearWorld, March 7, 2019. [coauthored with John A. Lechner]
  205. Moldova Tries to Break from Moscow’s Grip” The Globalist, February 23, 2019. [coauthored with John A. Lechner]
  206. Erdogan’s Eyes on Turkey’s Largest Private Bank” FDD Policy Brief, February 7, 2019.
  207. Turkey Doubles Down on Persecution of U.S. Consular Employees” FDD Policy Brief, February 1, 2019. [coauthored with Merve Tahiroğlu]
  208. What Does Turkey Hope to Gain in Syria?” The Global Observatory, January 30, 2019.
  209. Trump’s Syria Pullout Plan Cannot Win Turkey Back” War on the Rocks, January 30, 2019. [coauthored with Merve Tahiroğlu]
  210. Turkey’s Erdogan Rushes to Maduro’s Defense” The Globalist, January 25, 2019.
  211. Erdogan corre a socorrer a Maduro” Revista El Medio (Spain), January 25, 2019.
  212. Erdogan Rushes to Maduro’s Defense” FDD Policy Brief, January 24, 2019.
  213. Erdogan’s Anti-Semitism Will Sink Turkey’s Economy” Foreign Policy, December 24, 2018. [coauthored with John A. Lechner]
  214. Trump’s Gifts to Turkey Repeat Mistakes and Set Bad Precedents” Defense One, December 20, 2018. [coauthored with John A. Lechner]
  215. AKP Eyes Alevi Voters – Again and to No Avail” FDD Policy Brief, November 30, 2018.
  216. Erdoğan’s Interests Converge with Putin in Moldova’s Gagauzia” The Turkey Analyst (Sweden), November 29, 2018. [coauthored with John A. Lechner]
  217. Turkey-Israel Relations: Flourishing Trade but Little Trust” The Brief, November 29, 2018. [coauthored with David May]
  218. Trump Waives Iran Sanctions for Turkey” Foreign Policy, November 12, 2018. [coauthored with Merve Tahiroğlu]
  219. The Embattled Ecumenical Patriarch Caught Between Russia and Turkey” Providence, October 31, 2018. [coauthored with John A. Lechner]
  220. The Khashoggi Murder and Erdogan’s Naked Truth” The Globalist, October 25, 2018. [coauthored with John A. Lechner]
  221. How Conspiracies Sustain One-Man Rule in Turkey and Beyond” The Brief, October 18, 2018.
  222. Turquía y el caso Jashogui” Revista El Medio (Spain), October 17, 2018. [coauthored with John A. Lechner]
  223. Pastor Brunson is free. But the West still needs a policy on Erdogan’s hostages.” The Washington Post, October 15, 2018. [coauthored with Merve Tahiroğlu]
  224. Khashoggi Crisis Holds a Mirror to Turkey” The Globalist, October 12, 2018. [coauthored with John A. Lechner]
  225. Khashoggi Crisis Holds a Mirror to Turkey” FDD Policy Brief, October 12, 2018. [coauthored with John A. Lechner]
  226. Turkey’s Walking Dead: Zombie Companies Lurk Around Every Corner” War on the Rocks, October 8, 2018. [coauthored with John A. Lechner]
  227. Conspiracy and cronyism: Turkey’s economic spiral” The Interpreter (Australia), September 14, 2018. [coauthored with John A. Lechner]
  228. The Machiavellian VIRTUs” The American Interest, September 7, 2018. [coauthored with John A. Lechner]
  229. The Pastor is Not the Only U.S. Hostage in Turkey” War on the Rocks, August 23, 2018. [coauthored with Merve Tahiroğlu]
  230. The Fallout of Qatar’s Bailout” The American Interest, August 17, 2018. [coauthored with Varsha Koduvayur]
  231. Turkey’s Economy Czar Fails to Save the Lira” Hardnews Foreign Policy (India), August 16, 2018. [coauthored with Merve Tahiroğlu]
  232. Turkey’s perfect storm” Politico Europe, August 11, 2018.
  233. Turkish Economy Minister Fails to Save Currency” FDD Policy Brief, August 10, 2018. [coauthored with Merve Tahiroğlu]
  234. How Russia Plans to Get Turkey on Its Side” The National Interest, August 8, 2018. [coauthored with John A. Lechner]
  235. U.S. Sanctions on Turkish Ministers Require Recalibration” The Globalist, August 8, 2018. [Coauthored with Gönül Tol]
  236. Treasury Sanctions Top Turkish Officials” CSIF Policy Brief, August 2, 2018. [coauthored with Merve Tahiroğlu]
  237. Turkish Court Takes a U-Turn, Releases American Pastor to House Arrest” FDD Policy Brief, July 25, 2018.
  238. Turkey’s Refusal to Release American Pastor Elicits Strong Bipartisan Reaction” FDD Policy Brief, July 19, 2018.
  239. The Brunson farce” WORLD, July 17, 2018. [coauthored with Merve Tahiroğlu]
  240. Turkish Elections: A Win That Cannot Be Stolen” The Globalist, June 23, 2018.
  241. Turkish Elections: A Win That Cannot Be Stolen” FDD Policy Brief, June 22, 2018.
  242. Islamic State’s Turkish executioner killed in Deir Ezzor” Long War Journal, June 15, 2018.
  243. Erdogan’s Hostage Diplomacy: Why We Need a Transatlantic Response” The Globalist, June 4, 2018. [coauthored with Eric S. Edelman]
  244. Turkish Banker Sentenced for Iran Sanctions-Busting Scheme” FDD Policy Brief, May 18, 2018.
  245. Turkey’s Case Against U.S. Pastor Gets Even More Bizarre” FDD Policy Brief, May 8, 2018.
  246. US State Department Report Exposes Turkey’s Human Rights Abuses” Providence, May 3, 2018. [coauthored with Deniz Yüksel]
  247. Turkey’s Snap Elections” War On The Rocks, April 21, 2018.
  248. Turkey’s president is holding Americans hostage. Why aren’t we doing anything about it?” The Washington Post, April 15, 2018. [coauthored with Eric S. Edelman]
  249. Turkey Abused Western Dual-Use Technology to Inject Spyware” FDD Policy Brief, March 14, 2018. [coauthored with Trevor Logan]
  250. Turkish Prosecutor Seeks Life Sentence for U.S. Pastor” FDD Policy Brief, March 13, 2018.
  251. Catholic Church in Turkey Attacked – Again” FDD Policy Brief, March 9, 2018.
  252. Handling Turkey’s Erdogan: What Washington can learn from Russia” The Hill, February 14, 2018. [coauthored with Merve Tahiroğlu]
  253. Tillerson Goes to Turkey amid Sanctions Talk in Washington” FDD Policy Brief, February 13, 2018. [coauthored with Merve Tahiroğlu]
  254. Los límites de la ‘nación’ de Erdogan” Revista El Medio (Spain), February 5, 2018.
  255. Turkish Civil Society Also a Casualty of Erdogan’s Afrin Campaign” FDD Policy Brief, February 1, 2018.
  256. Landmark NY Trial Proves Turkish Government Complicity in Iran’s Sanctions-Busting” FDD Policy Brief, January 3, 2018. [coauthored with Merve Tahiroğlu]
  257. Turkey’s Premier Visits Washington” FDD Policy Brief, November 9, 2017.
  258. Erdogan’s Power Grab Continues with Municipalities” FDD Policy Brief, October 31, 2017.
  259. Referendum Triggers Turkish Vitriol against Kurds – and Jews” FDD Policy Brief, September 29, 2017.
  260. Why is Turkey so disjointed over the Iraqi Kurds” The Washington Post, September 21, 2017.
  261. Turkish Officials Charged in Iran Sanctions-Busting Case” FDD Policy Brief, September 15, 2017.
  262. Turkish Public Lender Joins Erdogan’s Washington Lobbying Spree” FDD Policy Brief, September 1, 2017. [coauthored with Merve Tahiroğlu]
  263. Turkey Trumps Up the Charges against the Imprisoned U.S. Pastor” FDD Policy Brief, August 25, 2017.
  264. Turkey’s Drift from the West: From Transactionalism to Hostility” War on the Rocks, August 17, 2017. [coauthored with Merve Tahiroğlu]
  265. Turkey’s economy: The next casualty of Erdoğan’s state of emergency” Politico Europe, August 13, 2017.
  266. Istanbul’s Iconic Synagogue Besieged by Islamist Nationalists” FDD Policy Brief, July 21, 2017.
  267. La democracia turca, gran víctima del golpe de 2016” Revista El Medio (Spain), July 7, 2017. [coauthored with Merve Tahiroğlu]
  268. Turkey Defies Coup, But Not One-Man Rule” FDD Policy Brief, July 14, 2017. [coauthored with Merve Tahiroğlu]
  269. Millions Demand Justice in Turkey” FDD Policy Brief, July 11, 2017. [coauthored with Merve Tahiroğlu]
  270. Turkey’s Patchwork Foreign Policy” Foreign Affairs, July 5, 2017. [coauthored with Merve Tahiroğlu]
  271. Why Turkey Chose Qatar” The National Interest, June 25, 2017. [coauthored with Merve Tahiroğlu]
  272. A Turkish TV blockbuster reveals Erdogan’s conspiratorial, anti-Semitic worldview” The Washington Post, May 15, 2017. [coauthored with Oren Kessler]
  273. Turkish Airstrikes Complicate Campaign Against IS” FDD Policy Brief, April 27, 2017.
  274. Referéndum en Turquía: vulnerabilidad de Erdogan y denuncias de fraude” Revista El Medio (Spain), April 18, 2017. [coauthored with Merve Tahiroğlu]
  275. Turkey’s Inconclusive Referendum” FDD Policy Brief, April 17, 2017. [coauthored with Merve Tahiroğlu]
  276. Turkish Referendum Passes: Erdogan Solidifies Power” The Cipher Brief, April 15, 2017.
  277. U.S. Arrests Senior Turkish Banker for Sanctions-Busting” FDD Policy Brief, March 28, 2017. [coauthored with Merve Tahiroğlu]
  278. Turkey’s bizarre witch hunt against the media” The Washington Post, March 2, 2017. [coauthored with Cenk Sidar]
  279. Erdogan Builds a Parallel Budget” FDD Policy Brief, February 10, 2017.
  280. Los flamantes socios de Erdogan: Irán y Rusia” Revista El Medio (Spain), February 2, 2017.
  281. Erdogan’s Newfound Partners: Russia and Iran” FDD Policy Brief, January 31, 2017.
  282. Erdogan’s Further Consolidation of Power Would Cement Turkey’s Demise” The Huffington Post, January 26, 2017. [coauthored with Merve Tahiroğlu]
  283. Turkey’s Diplomatic Collision Course” The Cipher Brief, December 23, 2016.
  284. Turkey’s Dubious Case against a U.S. Pastor” FDD Policy Brief, December 16, 2016.
  285. Ankara’s Turkmen House of Cards” War on the Rocks, December 1, 2016. [coauthored with Merve Tahiroğlu]
  286. Los cristianos, chivos expiatorios en Turquía” Revista El Medio (Spain), November 21, 2016. 
  287. Turkey’s Latest Scapegoats: Christians” The Globalist, November 20, 2016.
  288. Turkey’s Latest Scapegoats: Christians” FDD Policy Brief, November 18, 2016.
  289. La enseñanza secular, en el punto de mira de Erdogan” Revista El Medio, November 16, 2016. [coauthored with Yağmur Menzilcioğlu]
  290. Erdogan’s New Target: Secular Education” FDD Policy Brief, November 15, 2016. [coauthored with Yağmur Menzilcioğlu]
  291. Erdogan’s Latest Crackdown–and How Turkey’s Chaos Plays to Extremists’ Strengths” The Wall Street Journal, November 4, 2016.
  292. Ankara’s Influence: Asset or a Liability?” The Cipher Brief, November 4, 2016.
  293. Erdogan’s Blitz on Turkey’s Republic Day” FDD Policy Brief, November 3, 2016 [coauthored with Merve Tahiroğlu]
  294. An Opening for Erdogan to Shift Turkey’s Course?” The Wall Street Journal, September 22, 2016.
  295. Las minorías, chivo expiatorio en la Turquía post intentona golpista” Revista El Medio (Spain), August 24, 2016.
  296. Joe Biden’s Challenge in Turkey” The Wall Street Journal, August 23, 2016.
  297. After the Coup: Backlash Against Turkey’s Minorities” The Globalist, August 22, 2016.
  298. Coup Attempt Sparks Backlash Against Turkey’s Minorities” FDD Policy Brief, August 19, 2016.
  299. The Turkey-Russia reset” Politico Europe, August 10, 2016. [coauthored with Boris Zilberman]
  300. Turkey needs a new social contract” Hürriyet Daily News (Turkey), July 19, 2016.
  301. Turkey’s Illicit Finance TrapFDD Policy Brief, July 13, 2061. [coauthored with Yağmur Menzilcioğlu]
  302. The Creeping Pakistanization of Turkey?” The Globalist, July 9, 2016.
  303. Erdogan’s Weathervane Foreign Policy” The Cipher Brief, July 8, 2016.
  304. Erdoğan’s New Assault on Turkey’s Judiciary” FDD Policy Brief, June 24, 2016.
  305. Protesting Turkish Students Push Back on Erdoğan” FDD Policy Brief, June 17, 2016.
  306. Turbulence ahead for the business climate in Turkey” Global Risk Insights, June 1, 2016.
  307. Erdoğan’s Reckless Referendum Ploy” FDD Policy Brief, May 19, 2016.
  308. Turkish Prime Minister Falls Victim to Palace Coup” FDD Policy Brief, May 5, 2016.
  309. Real Rapprochement with Israel Requires Turkey to Tackle Anti-Semitism” The Times of Israel (Israel), April 7, 2016.
  310. Erdogan’s Washington Visit Overshadowed by Sanction-Buster’s Arrest” FDD Policy Brief, March 30, 2016 [coauthored with Merve Tahiroğlu]
  311. Erdogan’s Tactics in Turkey–and Challenges in Washington” The Wall Street Journal – Think Tank, March 29, 2016. [coauthored with Merve Tahiroğlu]
  312. Can Terror-Stricken Turkey Be the EU’s Security Bulwark?” Turkish Policy Quarterly, March 25, 2016. [coauthored with Merve Tahiroğlu] (Turkey)
  313. Turkish Experts Comment on E.U.-Turkey Deal” Middle East Institute – Room for Debate, March 21, 2016.
  314. “Refugee crisis: Turkey not the ultimate solution” Business Report (South Africa), March 7, 2016.
  315. EU Refugee Crisis: Turkey as an Effective Partner?” The Globalist, March 6, 2016.
  316. Erdogan’s War on Media Enters a New Phase” FDD Policy Brief, March 4, 2016.
  317. A turning point for Turkey’s Kurds and parliamentary democracy” openDemocracy (UK), February 24, 2016.
  318. PKK Offshoot Claims Ankara Attack” FDD Policy Brief, February 19, 2016.
  319. The Syrian Refugee Crisis: Can Turkey be an Effective Partner?” Civis mit Sonde (Germany), February 2016.
  320. Divisions within Turkey’s Opposition Extend Erdoğan’s Rule” FDD Policy Brief, February 10, 2016.
  321. Erdoğan Gags Turkey” Politico Europe, December 2, 2015.
  322. Een open huis” Nexus (The Netherlands), 70. December 2015.
  323. Non c’è fine all’autoritarismo” Il Foglio (Italy), November 5, 2015.
  324. Judy Asks: Can Democracy Be Rescued in Turkey?” Carnegie Europe, November 4, 2015.
  325. 6 Takeaways from the Turkish Elections” Politico Europe, November 2, 2015.
  326. Erdoğan’s Boomerang” Politico Europe, October 28, 2015.
  327. After Ankara, Cover-Ups and Conspiracies” Politico Europe, October 15, 2015.
  328. The Turkish Kristallnacht” Politico Europe, September 7, 2015.
  329. Kurds Mark Milestone by Joining Turkish Cabinet” FDD Policy Brief, September 2, 2015. [coauthored with Merve Tahiroğlu]
  330. Turkey – Where Everyone Believes that God is On Their Side” NOW (Lebanon), August 27, 2015.
  331. Turkey Risks Relapse into ‘90s Violence” Politico Europe, August 17, 2015.
  332. Turkey: Coalition or Snap Elections” FDD Policy Brief, August 12, 2015. [coauthored with Merve Tahiroğlu]
  333. Turkey and Qatar: An Asymmetric Partnership That Harms Ankara” Ahram Online (Egypt), August 3, 2015. [coauthored with Emre Çalışkan]
  334. Turkish Grey Wolves Target ‘Chinese’” Politico Europe, July 30, 2015. [coauthored with Merve Tahiroğlu]
  335. The ISIS Attack and Turkey’s Islamist Kurds” NOW (Lebanon), July 29, 2015. [coauthored with Merve Tahiroğlu]
  336. Turkey’s False Spring” The National Interest, July 28, 2015.
  337. A Shift to a ‘Knowledge Economy’ Could Transform the Middle East” Business Insider, July 9, 2015. [coauthored with Oren Kessler]
  338. Europe Needs Greece” Politico Europe, June 25, 2015.
  339. Turkey Thwarts Erdoğan” Politico Europe, June 11, 2015.
  340. Security in Turkey: The Rise of a Social Democratic Alternative” Hürriyet Daily News (Turkey), January 2, 2013.
  341. Is ‘Tolerance’ the Straight Path for Cultural Diversity?” Reflections Turkey (Turkey). Vol.5
  342. Turkey’s Alevis: Who are They and What Do They Want?” The Media Line, 9 December 2008.

Op-Eds (in Turkish)

  1. Yeter Hanım ile aynı belediye otobüsündeyizArtı Gerçek, September 15, 2021.
  2. Bedros’un Peşinden Acının ve Yeniden Yeşeren Yaşamın İzini SürmekAgos, March 19, 2021.
  3. Rehine Diplomasisinin Hasarını Onarmak” Yeni Arayış, October 21, 2017.
  4. Bir Arada Yaşam İçin 15 Temmuz Rehberi” Yeni Arayış, July 15, 2017.
  5. Gerçeğin Zamanı Geldiğinde” Yeni Arayış, June 10, 2017.
  6. Muhalefetin 15 Temmuz Cuntacılarıyla Mücadele Stratejisi Ne Olmalı?” Yeni Arayış, October 3, 2016.
  7. Darbe Fırsatçılarının Sıralı Tam Listesi” Yeni Arayış, August 8, 2016.
  8. Darbe ve Darbecilere ‘Bir Daha Asla’ Demek İçin” Yeni Arayış, July 27, 2016.
  9. Şiddet Başkanlığın Anahtarıdır” Yeni Arayış, March 19, 2016.
  10. Türkiye Muhalefetinin Gerçek Gündemi” Yeni Arayış, February 16, 2016.
  11. “Türkiye’nin Gerçek Gündemi Yerelde (mi?)” Ekometre, February 2016.
  12. “Türkiye’nin Bitmeyen Maratonu: Eşit Yurttaşlık” Ocak Dergisi, January 2016.
  13. “En İyi Markamız Çoğulculuk Olabilir (mi?)” Ekometre, January 2016.
  14. Kalemiye Sınıfının Betoniye Sınıfıyla İmtihanı” Yeni Arayış, December 29, 2015.
  15. “Al-Ver İlişkisinden Daha İyisi Mümkün (mü?)” Ekometre, December 2015.
  16. “Göçü Fırsata Çevirmek Mümkün (mü?)” Ekometre, November 2015.
  17. Türkiye Muhalefetinin Sınavı: Kapsayıcı Güvenlik Açığı” Yeni Arayış, November 21, 2015.
  18. Pes Etmeyenler için Türkiye Baharı” Yeni Arayış, October 24, 2015.
  19. İnanç Özgürlüğü, Hemen Şimdi!” Yeni Arayış, October 5, 2015.
  20. “Yöneticilerimiz Küresel Eğilimlerden Bihaber (mi?)” Ekometre, October 2015.
  21. Terellelli Medya’nın Toksik Nefreti” Yeni Arayış, September 4, 2015.
  22. “Türkiye Ekonomisine İkinci Kanat Gerekiyor (mu?)” Ekometre, September 2015.
  23. Arsız değil Arsuz” Yeni Arayış, August 27, 2015.
  24. Yeni Bir Arayışın Zamanıdır” Yeni Arayış, August 18, 2015.
  25. “Türkiye İnsan Sermayesini Kaybediyor (mu?)”, Ekometre, August 2015.
  26. “Orta Doğu Bilgi Ekonomisi Hedefinden Emin (mi?)”, Ekometre, July 2015.
  27. “Başarının Sırrı İş-Yaşam Dengesi (mi?)”, Ekometre, June 2015.
  28. “Başarının sırrı mentörlük ve akran eğitimi (mi?)”, Ekometre, May 2015.
  29. “Çare Veriye Dayalı Siyasa (mı?)”, Ekometre, April 2015.
  30. “Yeniden Başlamak için Mutfağa Dönmek Zamanı (mı?), Ekometre, March 2015.
  31. “Avrupa Birliği ve Avro sürdürülebilir (mi?)”, Ekometre, February 2015.
  32. “Ekonominin ilacı içericilik (mi?)”, Ekometre, January 2015.
  33. “Taassup zenginleşmeye engel (mi?)”, Ekometre, December 2014.
  34. “Yatırımın Önşartı Hukuk Devleti (mi)?”, Ekometre, November 2014.
  35. “Orta gelir tuzağından çıkışın yolu küresel markalar (mı?)”, Ekometre, October 2014.
  36. “Joseph Stiglitz’in reçetesi doğru (mu?)”, Ekometre, September 2014.
  37. “Başarılı yöneticinin sırrı dinlemek (mi?)”, Ekometre, August 2014.
  38. “Ekonomik büyüme için inanç özgürlüğü gerekli (mi?)”, Ekometre, July 2014.
  39. “Yetenek özgürlük ister (mi?)”, Ekometre, June 2014.
  40. “Gerontokrasi başarıya engel (mi)?”, Ekometre, May 2014.
  41. “Liderler için roman bir ihtiyaç (mı?)” Ekometre, April 2014.
  42. “Kentimiz de yöneticileri kadar akıllı (mı)?” Ekometre, March 2014.
  43. “Başarılı belediyenin sırrı küyerel düşünce (mi?)” Ekometre, February 2014.
  44. Holokost Anıtı’ndaki nazar boncuğu” Şalom, January 22, 2014.
  45. “En büyük yoksunluğumuz uzlaşma (mı)?” Ekometre, January 2014.
  46. “Hak ve hukuk ekosistemin temeli (mi)?”, Ekometre, December 2013.
  47. “Cari açık eğitimle kapanır (mı)?”, Ekometre, November 2013.
  48. “Kentimiz Yaratıcı Sınıfları Cezbeder (mi?)”, Ekometre, October 2013.
  49. “Liderlik Eğitiminde Değerler Gerekli (mi?)”, Ekometre, September 2013.
  50. Alevi Kimliğini Tartış(ma)mak”, Sol Bakış, August 31, 2013, p.13.
  51. “Rekabetin Anahtarı Açık Kentler (mi)?”, Ekometre, August 2013.
  52. “Ortadoğu’dan çekilmek mümkün (mü)?”, Ekometre, July 2013.
  53. “Türkiye’nin Orta Gelir Tuzağı’ndan çıkış yolu özgürlükler (mi?)”, Ekometre, June 2013.
  54. “Münih’ten bakınca Türkiye’nin geleceği parlak (mı?)”, Ekometre, May 2013.
  55. “Piyasa modeli inancı özgürleştirir (mi?)”, Ekometre, April 2013.
  56. “Dünyada dengeler değişiyor(mu)?”, Ekometre, March 2013.
  57. “Sükût kurumsal bir gereksinim olabilir (mi?)”, Ekometre, February 2013.
  58. “2013 bütçesinin sırrı”, Ekometre, January 2013.
  59. “Suriye’de Dört Tarz-ı Siyaset”, Cumhuriyet, December 14, 2012.
  60. “Şirketiniz Asya Yüzyılı’na hazır (mı)?”, Ekometre, December 2013.
  61. “Ayrımcılık kârlılığı etkiler (mi)?”, Ekometre, November 2013.
  62. “Ekonominin yolu sanattan geçer (mi?)”, Ekometre, October 2013.
  63. Sosyal demokrat iktidar vakti geldi ama nasıl?”, Radikal, July 17, 2012.
  64. Muharrem Arefesi Dostları” Star, November 22, 2009.
  65. İftardan Çalıştaya Açamadığımız Aleviler”, Taraf, July 15, 2009.
  66. “2. Alevi Çalıştayı’nda 3 Tarz-ı Siyaset”, Habertürk, July 15, 2009.
  67. “Aleviler’den Özür Dililyorum”, Habercem, March 28, 2009.
  68. ‘Kıyl u kal’ değil bu sefer hakiki Alevi açılımı” Star, November 30, 2008.
  69. “Çankaya’da AKP’nin Alevi Başkan Adayıymışım!”, Habercem, November 28, 2008.
  70. “Eloğlu Gözünden Kızılbaş Deyişleri”, Kızılbaş Deyişleri, Haydar Selçuk, ed. 2008.
  71. “Ayrımcılık Kültürü ve Zulmün Bilgisi”, Habercem, October 30, 2008.
  72. “Madımak Kebapçı Kalsın!”, Habercem, August 7, 2008.
  73. “Sünni ‘Demokrat’ Siyaset?”, Sürek, August 2008.
  74. “Gör nic’olur ayaktakımı ayaklananda”, Taraf, May 9, 2008.
  75. “Yolu Gençlerden Öğrenmek”, Habercem, May 2, 2008.
  76. “Eloğluyla Yolun Binbir Süreğinin Peşi Sıra”, Habercem, April 18, 2008.
  77. “Yeni Güne Eski Adet”, Star, March 30, 2008. [Article title was changed to “Ha Nevruz ha Newroz: 72 milletin ortak bayramı” by the newspaper editor]
  78. “Hazır İnanç Özgürlüğü Demişken: Sünni(lik)ler Nasıl Kurtulur?”, Star, Febuary 10, 2008. [Article title was changed to “Sünnileri ve Sünnilikleri tek tipleştirme makinesi” by the newspaper editor]
  79. “‘Mahalle Baskısı’ yahut On Bir Ayın İkirciği”, Gazete ODTÜLÜ, November 11, 2007.
  80. “Londra’ya Uyum, Londralı’nın Uyumu”, Telgraf, p.17, March 27, 2007.
  81. Kentlerde Alevi-Sünni Sınırı Yumuşuyor”, Milliyet, March 26, 2007. [with Sencer Ayata and Mustafa Şen]
  82. “Göçmen Dayanışması”, Telgraf, p.13, February 20, 2007.
  83. “Genellemelerin Cazibesi”, Telgraf, p.17, February 6, 2007.
  84. “Muharrem’de Birarada Yaşamı Savunmak”, Telgraf, p.23, January 23, 2007.
  85. “Uluslararası Göçmenler Günü”, Telgraf, p.17, January 9, 2007.
  86. “Sınırlar(ımızı) Aşan İnanç”, Telgraf, p.8, December 19, 2006.
  87. “Hatemi, Papa ve Köleler Medeniyeti”, BirGün, December 9, 2006.
  88. “İşçi Dövizlerinin Küresel Artışı”, Telgraf, p.17, December 5, 2006.
  89. “Medeniyetler İttifakı Raporu’nda Göç Vurgusu”, Telgraf, p.17, November 21, 2006.
  90. “Küresel Göç ve GLOMIG”, Telgraf, p.17, November 7, 2006.
  91. “Yumurtalar Sepete, Gözler İsveç’e”, BirGün, October 27, 2006.
  92. “Hoşgeldin Papatya!”, Telgraf, p.17, October 24, 2006.
  93. “Uygarlıklar Arasında mı, İçinde mi?”, Telgraf, p.17, October 10, 2006.
  94. “Londra’ya Sığınmak”, Telgraf, p.17, September 26, 2006.
  95. “Göçmen Tehlikesi”, Telgraf, p.17, September 12, 2006.
  96. “Göçmence İnancın Sırrı”, Telgraf, p.8, August 29, 2006.
  97. “Ayaklarıyla Oy Verenler”, Telgraf, p.17, August 15, 2006.
  98. “Bir Sünnilik Sorunu Olarak Alevilik”, BirGün, August 15, 2006.
  99. “Mihman Gözüyle Göç”, Telgraf, p.15, August 1, 2006.
  100. “Sünnilik İslam’ın İçinde mi?”, BirGün, March 20, 2006.
  101. “Sosyal Demokrasi ve Yeni Göç: Türkiye’de Ezber Bozmak”, Sosyal Demokrat Açılım (2006) no.3:15-17.
  102. “Homojen Toplumsal Yapıyı Allah Düşmanıma Vermesin”, BirGün, August 23, 2005.
  103. “Baş kaldırma parmak kaldır!”, BirGün, January 12, 2005.
  104. Translation of Nur Yalman’s “Türkiye’nin Avrupa’ya öğretebileceği çok şey var”, BirGün, January 2, 2005.