On Friday, September 28, 2018, we hosted a delegation of journalists from Kyrgyzstan. We exchanged views on current political, economic, cultural and regional issues.
On Tuesday, September 4, 2018, Director of Diplomacy Live Gökhan Yücel met with Daily Sabah at the headquarters of the Media Association to give a presentation on digital diplomacy.
On Wednesday, August 8, 2018, we hosted a delegation of students from the U.S. to discuss their trip to Turkey and the cultural relations between both countries.
The Daily Sabah Centre for Policy Studies proudly hosted foreign journalists and journalism students at the DS headquarters on the Election Day, on Sunday June 24, 2018.
Foreign diplomats, CEOs and media representatives came together Monday, March 5, 2018 in Istanbul to exchange ideas and listen to a presentation by President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan's chief adviser Gülnur Aybet, at an event hosted by Daily Sabah.
DS Centre for Policy Studies organizes DS Journalism Academy, an exclusive experience that will give you the chance to build your own perspective on Turkey’s daily political environment.
The Daily Sabah Centre for Policy Studies hosted its first-ever Journalism Academy this week, giving an opportunity to foreign journalists interested in Turkey to get first-hand insight into the country
DS Centre for Policy Studies held a roundtable discussion on “The New Challenges to Turkey’s Border Security: the Case of DAESH and the PYD”
A panel on “Breaking the Gateway of Foreign Fighters: Fostering Cooperation Between Kosovo and Turkey” will be organized on 29 February 2016.
DS Centre for Policy Studies held a round table discussion on “Kurdish Youth from the Axis of Radicalization"
A panel on “The New Dynamics of Radicalization: From Balkans to the Middle East” will be organized on 1 February 2016.
DS Centre and ECFR is delighted to organize an off-the-record and invitation-only lunch discussion looking at Turkey’s evolving response to the crisis in neighbouring Syria with leading Turkish officials and experts.
Ds Centre for Policy Studies organized a panel session on both international and national security problems caused by the crisis in Syria in collaboration with Royal United Services Institute (RUSI).
A total of 20 political parties will be competing in Turkey’s 25th general elections. In this conference, the possible outcomes of the elections and its consequences on both domestic and foreign policies will be discussed.