Book Chapters

Covid-19 Küreselleşmenin Sonunu mu Getirecek? [Will Covid-19 Bring About the End of Globalization?], 2020
in Covid-19 Sonrası Küresel Sistem: Eski Sorunlar, Yeni Trendler [Global System After Covid-19 : Old Problems, New Trends], ed. Ufuk Ulutaş, Ankara: Ministry of Foreign Affairs Center for Strategic Research, pp. 54-57.

 

Türkiye’nin Çin ile Ekonomik İlişkilerinde Denge Arayışları [Search for Balance in Turkey’s Economic Relations with China], 2020
in Çin Bilmecesi : Çin’in Ekonomik Yükselişi, Uluslararası İlişkilerde Dönüşüm ve Türkiye [The Chinese Puzzle : China’s Economic Rise, Transition in International Relations, and Turkey], ed. Mustafa Yağcı and Caner Bakır, Istanbul : Koç Üniversitesi Yayınları, pp. 143-162.

Turkey’s Economic Expectations from a Rising China, 2019
in Turkey’s Pivot to Eurasia: Geopolitics and Foreign Policy in a Changing World Order, ed. Emre Erşen and Seçkin Köstem, London: Routledge, pp. 79-92.

Review of the book by Dimitar Bechev in Southeast European and Black Sea Studies.
Review of the book by Eyüp Ersoy in International Affairs.

Turkey’s Relations with China and its Repercussions on Transatlantic Relations: The Turkish Perspective, 2017
in Turkey and Transatlantic Relations, ed. Sasha Toperich and Aylin Ünver Noi, Washington D.C: Center for Transatlantic Relations at Johns Hopkins University, pp.231-243.

China and Turkey: Sailing Through Rough Waters, 2017
in The Red Star and the Crescent: China and the Middle East, ed. James Reardon-Anderson, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 103-121.

Summary reports of the book are available in both English and Arabic language.

Review of the book by James Kynge in Financial Times.
Review of the book by Steve Hess in The Journal of Asian Studies.
Review of the book by Niv Horesh in The China Quarterly.

Malezya [Malaysia], 2016
in Dünya Siyasetinde Doğu Asya [East Asia in World Politics],ed. İsmail Ermağan, Ankara: Nobel Yayınevi, pp.179-200.

Economic Considerations in Turkey’s Foreign Policy During Times of Crises: Responding to the Arab Spring, 2014
in Change and Adaptation in Turkish Foreign Policy, eds. Kadir Üstün, Kılıç B. Kanat, K.B. and A. Selim Tekelioğlu, Washington D.C.: SETA, pp.155-188.