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Gökhun Göçmen

Gökhun Göçmen, İstanbul based jounalist who is currently working for China Radio International (CRI) Turkish Service. He mainly focuses on China, Iran, Russia and Turkish foreign policy. His career includes as an asistant for Greece based Centre for Mediterranean Middle East and Islamic Studies (CEMMIS), editor for Turkish daily Aydınlik Newspaper and  news channel “Kanal 14”.  He has reported from on ground in  Syria, Iran, Lebanoon, Greece, China’s Xinjiang Uyghur Region.

Göçmen appeared many international news channels such as Iran based Press TV, Russia based TV2 or Turkey based Ulusal Channel. He also wrote an article and gave an interview such as Sputnik, Teori, Yörünge, Stratejist.  Twiiter: @gokhungocmen

Expert materials

Chinese 5-point plan for the Middle East

Chinese 5-point plan for the Middle East

Foreign Minister continues trip through the Middle East and announces ambitious porposal for the region.
Wang Yi’s Agenda for the Middle East

Wang Yi’s Agenda for the Middle East

Chinese Foreign Minister visits the Middle East.
The Atlantic Council’s Cold War ‘longer telegram’

The Atlantic Council’s Cold War ‘longer telegram’

The new Atlantic Council report proposes a US strategy towards China that divides CPC leadership from regime as well as China from Russia.
Not quiet on the Western Front: will tensions with Washington push Berlin into Beijing’s orbit?

Not quiet on the Western Front: will tensions with Washington push Berlin into Beijing’s orbit?

The US began to lose its grips as a result of the "realist foreign policy" orientation adopted by President Donald Trump
US` Anti-China strategy will focus on Taiwan

US` Anti-China strategy will focus on Taiwan

The current tension between the United States of America (USA) and China has peaked due to the coronavirus outbreak
Can Trump trump coronavirus criticism with racism?

Can Trump trump coronavirus criticism with racism?

US President Donald Trump has issued the coronavirus a passport
‘Westlessness’ and the new Cold War

‘Westlessness’ and the new Cold War

An emergency meeting of European powers took place in Munich, Germany, 1938, and an agreement was quickly reached-- on Hitler's terms