This policy outlook examines the motive of all three parties - Turkey, the refugees and Greece - to understand how things have unfolded after Turkey's announcement that it would no longer stop migrants seeking to go to Europe.
Policy Outlook discuss the contours of a specific issue, examine the main players, their strategies, and make forecasts about how the situation could potentially unfold. This format is designed to offer a concise yet erudite overview of a particular event or issue and is primarily catered towards media professionals and organisations.
This Policy Outlook discusses the implications of the Novel Coronavirus outbreak for both the Chinese and the global economy. It also reflects on the potential impact on the ongoing trade negotiations between the US and China.
While the protests eventually jettisoned Hosni Mubarak, a longstanding autocratic leader, and presented a real opportunity for democratization, the dreams for a free country were cut short by Abdel-Fattah el-Sisi, who grabbed power in 2013 after a coup d’état. Since then, the situation in Egypt is deteriorating fast politically, economically, socially, and in terms of human rights.
This paper provides an overview of Russia’s broad strategy; its capabilities within the contours of Russian-Turkish relationship.
This policy outlook looks at the political and media hostility faced by refugees, the impact of the new Greek asylum law on refugees both en route to Greece and those currently in the country.
Understanding both the dynamics of the protest movement and the lenses through which politics are viewed in the country represents an important piece of the puzzle in understanding where the country may be heading and determining long-term policy solutions to the country’s economic, political and social ills.