Ravale Mohydin

Ravale Mohydin is a researcher at TRT World Research Centre. With graduate degrees from Harvard University and the University of Pennsylvania, her research interests include the political economy of media, strategic communications, public diplomacy, political effects of entertainment media, conflict media coverage as well as South Asian politics and society.
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Women of War

This report examines gender-based violence against women in war and focuses on some of the discussions concerning the wider role women have played in...

Media Coverage, Perception and Evidence: The Economic Impact of Syrian Refugees in Turkey

This study explores the connection between relevant media variables and Turkish citizens’ negative perception of Syrian refugees’ economic impact. It concludes that media is...

Is America now an exporter of international instability?

The United States under Trump is ratcheting up international tensions with disastrous consequences for world affairs.It was only on July 11, 2018, when during...

Are US-based credit rating agencies an arm of US foreign policy?

Credit rating companies like Moody's seem to play an outsized role in furthering the interests of the US government. Looking at Turkey's rating downgrade...

Sharing profitability with users may be the only way forward for Facebook

If Facebook wants to maintain its status as the world's biggest social media network it will need to rebuild trust, yes, but more importantly...

India and South Africa coping with rising inequality and temperatures

Rising inequality in developing countries is making it increasingly difficult to deal with climate change. It also risks fuelling social instability.India and South Africa,...

Does the private sector have a role in helping Syrian refugees?

Cash transfers could be a solution to helping achieve sustainable success for Syrian refugees."Give a man a fish, and you feed him for a...

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