Created in 2019, the Noria-research Turkey Program aims to study political reconfigurations through the prism of regime transformations.
The program gathers researchers around a multidisciplinary approach and qualitative methodology. Collectively, they produce field-based research, analytically supported by cartography and infographics, to highlight the contemporary transformations of politics in Turkey.
The Turkey program investigates three research axis:
→ Transformations of the state
Our core ambition is to think of these three axes as connected and to focus on their interactions. Presidentialisation of the regime and debates on its legacy reveal the relationship between political party competition, internal balance of the Turkish state and strategic reorientations of the country.
The defense industry under AKP rule: Between presidentialization and the quest for national autonomy16 January 2023
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Maps & DATA Vizualization
Noria’s Turkey program offers an analysis of contemporary Turkey and its transformations through original cartographic and infographic work. Based on qualitative, quantitative and fieldwork data, maps and infographics provide an essential tool for program researchers in interpreting and transmitting knowledge to a wider audience.
Noria’s Turkey Program constitutes a space for research, publication and exchange in order to feed public and scientific debate on contemporary Turkey. Every year, open or closed events entitled the “Noria Buluşmaları” contribute to the scientific and public debates and promote rich interactions between specialists.
On 19 and 20 October 2020, in partnership with CERI/Sciences Po, Noria’s Turkey program organised the conference “AKP and Beyond: the transformation of the Turkish political field”, as well as the seminar “Assessing the modalities of presidentialisation: political, institutional and economic reconfigurations in contemporary Turkey”.
On 3 November 2021, Noria’s Turkey program organised the seminar “A new foreign policy paradigm? Ideological and practical dimension”
Yohanan Benhaïm (IFEA) – Program Co-director
Alexandre Toumarkine (Inalco) – Program Co-director
Claire Visier (Rennes 2) – Program Editor
Elen Le Chêne
Cem Deniz Kut