Talha Kose

Talha Kose
Assistant Professor, Sehir University
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PhD, Conflict Analysis and Resolution, George Mason University, 2010
MA, Political Science, Sabanci University, Istanbul, 2002
BA, Political Science and International Relations, Boğaziçi , 2000


Talha Kose graduated from the FEAS Political Science and International Relations Department of Boğaziçi University in 2000. In 2002 he graduated with an MA degree from FASS Conflict Analysis and Resolution Program at Sabancı University with the thesis titled "Islamic Mediation in Turkey: Third Party Roles of Alims in the Resolution of Communal Conflicts." Kose received his PhD from the Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution at George Mason University upon completion of his doctoral thesis titled, “Re-Negotiating Alevi Identity: Conflict and Cooperation Narratives and the Constitution of New Alevi Identity.” He worked as a graduate research assistant at Sabancı University and George Mason University. He has also been involved in various conflict resolution projects related to the Cyprus Issue and the Palestine-Israel conflict and has partaken in a number of inter-religious dialogue initiatives. His areas of interest are conflict analysis, ethnic and religious conflicts, mediation and alternative dispute resolution techniques, cultural and political violence, Chechen Issue, and Palestine-Israel conflict. He is currently an Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Sciences and International Relations at Sehir University, Istanbul.

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Covers conflict at macro level, introducing theories of international and global violence and conflict, drawing from...
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Spring 2010
The AKP government has undertaken a series of steps to understand and respond to Alevi identity-based claims. Popularly known as the “Alevi opening” process, the initiative is the first systematic effort to deal with the identity-based discontents of...
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June 20, 2009
This study focuses on the role of the collective emotions and values in the formation and the transformation of identity based conflicts. The research is about the transformation and the politicization of Alevi identity within the social and political context of...
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This study examines the possible contributions of the critical perspectives and conceptual frameworks of the Conflict Resolution field to address “civilizational level” conflicts. The possibilities and limitations of dialogue processes at the...
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August 1 2008
Orta Doğu siyasetinin kadim aktörlerinden İran, bölgedeki etkisini artırıyor mu? İran, nükleer çalışmalarını hangi gerekçelerle temellendiriyor? ABD’nin nükleer tehdit algısı ne kadar gerçek? Diplomatik müzakereler nükleer krizi çözebilir mi? Türkiye...
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March 2007
On July 12, 2006, Hizballah militants crossed the Israeli border and killed three Israeli soldiers and abducted two others.  The crisis turned into a war with the IDF 's decision to launch a military operation in South Lebanon. The war ended with the...
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Spring 2007
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January 16, 2016
DAEŞ'in Sultanahmet saldırısı, küresel terör tehdidinin giriftliğini yansıtması açısından önemli bir örnek.
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December 05, 2015
Hükümet programı Türkiye'deki kimlik gruplarına, piyasa aktörlerine ve uluslararası kamuoyuna önemli taahhütlerde
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January 09, 2015
Dr. Talha Kose, S-CAR PhD Alumnus, appeared on CNN Turk to discuss the Paris Massacre at Charlie Hebdo, Islamist Salafi
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April 10, 2012
In this study, Islamic dispute resolution methods and processes in contemporary Turkey are examined. The findings
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