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Onur Sinan Güzaltan

Onur Sinan Güzaltan was born in Istanbul in 1985. He had his Bachelors’s degree in Law, from the Paris-Est Créteil Val de Marne Universty /Paris XII and a Master’s degree in International and European Law.

He got his certificate of diploma equivalence at Galatasaray University. Later, he got a Master’s degree in International Trade Law, at the Institut de Droit des Affaires Internationales, founded jointly by the Sorbonne Universty and the Cairo Universty.

In this process, he had served as the Cairo representative for the Aydinlik Newspaper. He has several articles and television streams within the international press, in such as People’s Daily, Al Yaum, Al Ahram, Russia Today FranceAl Youm Al Sabea. In addition to being the author of the Tanrı Bizi İster Mi?, a work that studies the 2011-2013 political period in Egypt, he had also contributed to the multi-author study titled Ortadoğu Çıkmazında Türkiye, with an article that focused on the Turkish-Egyptian relations. While currently working as a lawyer, he also writes a weekly column for Aydinlik Newspaper on the subject of international politics and geopolitics.

 

Expert materials

The trap being set for Turkey in the Eastern Mediterranean

The trap being set for Turkey in the Eastern Mediterranean

Turkish military achievements in the Eastern Mediterranean must now be supported by political actions
What are Ankara`s next steps in Libya?

What are Ankara`s next steps in Libya?

Diplomacy requires seeing an issue from the opposing side’s perspective and coming up with a reasonable offer well defending one’s own demands
Is an Ankara-Moscow-Cairo axis a possible solution in Libya?

Is an Ankara-Moscow-Cairo axis a possible solution in Libya?

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Do national interests oblige Turkey to cooperate with Israel?

In parallel with the recent events in Libya, the Eastern Mediterranean has again made its way to top of the agenda.
A ‘disordered world’, or the multipolar future?

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Turkey-Egypt relations must be normalized

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Turkey’s policy options for countering Gulf aggression

Turkey’s policy options for countering Gulf aggression

The anti-Turkish activities of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and the Saudi Arabia continue to intensify
Last week in Turkey: the end of the coronavirus restrictions?

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Last week in Turkey: Crisis with the UAE and the S-400 question

Despite the effects of the coronavirus pandemic, tensions in international relations continue all over the world, including Turkey, where conflict has continued without missing a beat
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