Elizabethtown faculty member serves as panelist
Dr. Oya Ozkanca, assistant professor of Political Science and director of the International Studies Minor, recently served as a panelist discussing the impact of Turkey’s engagement in the Balkans on European security. Ozkanca and two other panelists presented October 10 at a conference, which was sponsored by the Middle East Institute and the Institute of Turkish Studies at Georgetown University.
Ozkanca earned her Ph.D. in government from the University of Texas and specializes in international relations, comparative politics (European politics) and American politics. Her research interests include Turkish foreign policy, NATO, peace building operations and the Arab Spring, among others.
The Middle East Institute works to increase knowledge about the Middle East among US citizens and to promote understanding between people of both regions. The Institute of Turkish Studies works to further Turkish studies within the United States and to increase knowledge about the country’s politics, economy, history and society.
A podcast of the event can be accessed at http://www.mei.edu/audio/turkey-balkans-implications-eu-security-frameworks
To watch the video, please visit: http://www.mei.edu/events/turkey-balkans-implications-eu-security-frameworks