Muhammed Ali Uçar

Muhammed Ali Uçar is an Assistant Researcher at the TRT World Research Centre. Prior to this, he lectured undergraduate and graduate students for 5 years at the Civilization Academy in Vienna. Lectures were in various topics such as 20th century philosophy, Turkish foreign policy, political history of Turkey, modern political systems, and the relations between Turkey and the European Union. During his academic studies, he worked as a trainee at the Foundation for Political, Economic and Social Research (SETA) and at the Grand National Assembly of the Republic of Turkey. Muhammed Ali completed his undergraduate and postgraduate studies in Political Science at the University of Vienna and is currently a PhD candidate at the University of Istanbul. His areas of expertise include extreme right movements in Europe, foreign policy analysis, German and Austrian politics and foreign policies, migration, the EU, and the relations between EU and Turkey.
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Global Quality of Democracy as Innovation Enabler: Measuring Democracy for Success

One of the strengths of this work is that it is not restricted to the OECD countries but extends comprehensively to the non-OECD world.Author: David...

Current Economic Issues and Dependencies within and without Europe: Speculative Attacks on the Turkish Lira and the European Migrant Crisis

Today, it is seen that economic dependence in international relations has prevented military and political independence. Relations between the European Union (EU) and Turkey...

NSU trial: What’s next in Germany’s fight against racism?

The National Socialist Underground (NSU) terrorist group, established by a group of extreme rightists, killed 10 people between 2000 and 2007. The trial process...

Austria’s EU Presidency: Threat or opportunity?

Austria’s strong extreme-right ideology of the past will apparently not chime in with EU values and might make things even more difficult for immigrants...

What will the new German coalition government mean for Turkey?

Relations between Germany and Turkey—and by extension the EU—are unlikely to improve as the new coalition government in Germany takes shape.Leaders from the European...

TRT World Forum 2017 Book

The TRT World Forum 2017, a two-day summit organised by the TRT World Research Centre, gathered academics, politicians, journalists, experts and members of civil...

Iran Sanctions Case

TRT World Research Centre’s report on the Iran sanctions case provides a detailed information about the developments in one of the most controversial cases...

Islamophobia in Germany, Increasing Islamophobic Attacks in Germany

There has been a surge in Islamophobia, xenophobia, and hate speech in Germany, the largest economy in the European Union (EU). Muslims, who comprise...

The Impact of the July 15 Coup Attempt on Turkish State and Society

In this session, a distinguished panel of speakers and participants convened to explore the origins, impact and lasting legacy of the brutal coup attempt...

Normalization of far right and EU’s precarious political position

The far-right movement is increasing in the European political sphere, and the EU, which was once critical of it, seems to recognize it as...

US v. Atilla: What are the contradictions in the case?

The Atilla case, which is one of the most followed cases currently in the U.S. has its roots to the attempted judiciary coups against...

Divisions in Europe over Turkey’s operation in Syria

Turkey is a member of NATO but some NATO and European countries haven't backed its operation in Syria's Afrin. Are the dissenting countries fearful...

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