11 August 2015, Istanbul Ziauddin Sardar is Chair of the Muslim Institute and editor of Critical Muslim, an innovative quarterly on contemporary Muslim ideas and thought. He is also the Director of the Centre of Postnormal Policy and Futures Studies, East West Chicago, and the editor of its journal East West Affairs. He has worked as science journalist for Nature and New Scientist and as a television reporter for London Weekend Television. He was a columnist on the New Statesman…Read More
Panel on Climate Change and the Arab Spring
Panel on "Climate Change and the Arab Spring" was held at Istanbul Policy Center on April 20, 2015.
Islamism 2014 Conference held in İstanbul
İstanbul Think House organized Islamism 2014 Conference on October 24 and 26 in İstanbul. The two-day long conference hosted prominent scholars and experts to discuss Islamism in the Middle East under the light of the new developments emerging in the region.
Turk Arab Youth Congress held in Istanbul
The Istanbul Youth Assembly organized a major event with the aim to discuss "How to Lead the Future" with youth participating from the Middle East countries, Turkey and Europe. Academician, politicians and experts on the issue were at the congress on the first day giving presentations and speeches.
Closed Discussion Seminar on Intricacies and Future Scenarios of the Turkish Scene
Bülent Aras, Academic Coordinator of POMEAS gave a presentation at the Closed Discussion Seminar on 'Intricacies and Future Scenarios of the Turkish Scene' at the Al-Jazeera Center for Studies on October 21 in Doha, Qatar.
Roundtable meeting with William Quandt
Roundtable meeting with William Quandt on 'US Foreign Policy Towards ISIS' took place at İstanbul Policy Center on 27 October, 2014. In the meeting William Quandt, Professor of Politics at University of Virginia talked about the recent progression of ISIS and its impacts to US foreign policy.
POMEAS on Twitter
As 1st-ever #WorldHumanitarianSummit approaches, here is a must-read from POMEAS: Turkey as a "Humanitarian State" https://t.co/mCEaBuGf0r