STUDENT SYMPOSIUM
Date : 17 March 2017 - Friday
Hour : 14:15
Location : West Campus, Cinema Hall
STUDENT SYMPOSIUM
 
Department of Political Science and International Relations
 
March 17, 2017
West Campus Cinema Hall
14:15 - 19:30
 
PROGRAM:
 
14.15 - 14.30 Opening Speech
Assoc. Prof. Hasan Kösebalaban (Department Chair, Political Science and International Relations)
 
14.30 - 15.40 1st Session: Middle East
Moderator: Assist. Prof. İsmail Yaylacı
 
Beria Kafalı, “Shattered Algeria: Between Colonialism and the Military Coup D’etat”
Yusuf Coşkun, “Why Tunisia Succeed to Have More Liberal Democratic System after the Arab Spring While the Egypt Could Not?”
Rumeysa Betül Ceylan, “Lack of Democracy in the Middle East: Footprints of the Colonialism”
Abdul Basit Adeel, “How Justice and Development Party Managed to Position Turkey as a Middle Power in the Middle East?”
 
15.40 - 16.00 Break
 
16.00 - 17.30 2nd Session: Current Debates in World Politics
Moderator: Inst. Muzaffer Şenel
 
Constance Döring, “BREXIT: The Past, Present, and Future of a Referendum”
Elif Beyza Karaalioğlu, “Japan on Amending Article 9”
Zeynep Kırbaşoğlu, “Perpetual Peace or Perpetual War: Immanuel Kant and Carl Schmitt Conflict on the Political”
Amena Abdullah, “War is the Economy”
Ajnura Akbaş, “How the Concepts of Masculinity and Femininity Shape International Relations?”
 
17.30 - 17.45 Break
 
17.45 - 19.15 3rd Session: Political Economy
Moderator: Assist. Prof. Şirin Duygulu Elcim
 
Nissrine Majdi, “Eurozone Structural Adjustment Programs: Social Impact and Controversy”
Azade Sel, “Isolated Economies: A Case Study on Israeli- Turkish Economic Relations”
Muhammed Yasir Bodur, “How Islamic Economics is? Comparison of Two Approaches”
Lucia Scripcari, “Has the GATT/WTO been Successful in Regulating RTAs? Legal, Political and Economic Perspectives”
Feyza Arberk, “The Masked Side of Work Pay”
 
* Each presentation has maximum 15 minutes therefore; please do not extend this time period. Presentations will be in English.