Turkey

Global Leadership Matrix

Columbia Global Centers | Turkey
Additional locations: 
Columbia Global Centers | Middle East, Columbia Global Centers | East Asia, Columbia Global Centers | South Asia

De-Provincializing Soft Power: A Global-Historical Approach

“De-Provincializing Soft Power: A Global-Historical Approach" is a three-year research project designed to study the power of cultural persuasion in foreign relations in ways that look beyond the Transatlantic and Western framework in which studies of "soft power" originated in the early 1990s.
Columbia Global Centers | Turkey
Additional locations: 
Columbia Global Centers | East Asia (Beijing), Columbia Global Centers | Latin America (Rio de Janeiro)

Mapping Mesopotamian Monuments

Columbia Global Centers | Turkey
Additional locations: 
Columbia Global Centers | Middle East

Confronting Non-Communicable Diseases

The two-year project is structured in two phases. In Phase 1, activities will include a rapid situational assessment and regional NCD conference, fostering research partnerships with local and regional colleagues for the purpose of identifying a priority research agenda. In Phase 2, activities will include formative research projects, seminars, and academic exchanges, supporting both knowledge generation and knowledge dissemination.
Columbia Global Centers | Turkey

Women Creating Change Global Initiative

This initiative engages distinguished feminist scholars across Columbia’s many schools with leading intellectuals and thinkers around the world to focus on how contemporary global problems affect w

Columbia Global Centers | Turkey

Global CEO Internship Program

The Columbia Experience Overseas (CEO) program offers Columbia students high quality internship experiences in a diverse array of industries in various cities through alumni and employer partnerships.
Columbia Global Centers | Turkey

Historical Dialogue and Reconciliation

Spearheaded by Professor Elazar Barkan of the Institute for the Study of Human Rights, School of International and Public Affairs, the Alliance for Historical Dialogue and Accountability brings together academics, representatives of civil society organization, journalists, educators and artists as well as policy makers who all pursue historical dialogue in conflict, post-conflict and post-dictatorial societies.
Columbia Global Centers | Turkey

Democratization Process in Turkey

Through Columbia’s Center for Democracy, Toleration and Religion, Karen Barkey and Alfred Stepan, the Wallace S.

Columbia Global Centers | Turkey

Global Free Press in Istanbul

One of the themes the Centers has explored is how to create the best possible conditions for press freedom all over the world.