Giray Sadik received his Ph.D. in Political Science from the University of Georgia. Dr. Sadik’s research interests include U.S.-Turkish relations, transatlantic relations, foreign policy-domestic politics interaction, public opinion, and international counter-terrorism cooperation.
The October meeting of the Turkish National Security Council (Milli Guvenlik Kurulu – MGK) delivered major decisions regarding the reorganization of Turkey’s domestic security structure. In the areas of inter-agency
The last week of August has a special meaning for the Turkish Republic and its military. Since the inception of the Republic, August 30 has been the day for commemorating
Sabah has reported that Turkey is preparing to launch a comprehensive air defense system against missile threats in its immediate neighborhood. To this end, “while the assessments of the bids
Turkey appears to be using a two-pronged approach in its continuing efforts to drive the militant Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) from its refuges in northern Iraq. Following raids and incursions
There are signs that Turkey and Iran intend to increase cooperation in their mutual struggle against militant Kurdish nationalists based in northern Iraq. The Turkish Interior Ministry announced in a
Following the 9/11 terrorist attacks, Turkey was the first Muslim country to join the United States in the global war on terrorism. As a NATO ally, Turkey first sent troops