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Regrettably, we will not be taking applications for the Young Scholars Program’s June 2019 term
Participants of the GRF Young Professionals Program are expected to have four years of work experience, and to be no older than 38. The program brings together individuals for whom it is second nature to think comprehensively, to share their opinions with modesty, and to consider the opinions of others with curiosity.
GRF organizes in-depth study groups and roundtables; meetings and conferences with distinguished speakers, such as state dignitaries, chairmen and CEOs of multinational corporations, and specialists; and dinners or receptions with senior Turkish officials and world leaders. GRF events are by invitation only.
The GRF Young Academics Program is designed for young academics who are either pursuing or have completed their PhDs within the last three years.
GRF Task Forces strive to make balanced judgments on matters that involve medium to long-term uncertainty as well as propose clear strategies and policy recommendations for Turkey in light of these judgments.
International Dialogues involve the establishment of issue-based partnerships with organizations and individuals from around the world whose values, objectives and areas of focus coincide with those of GRF.
GRF and the Institute for Strategic Dialogue (ISD) issued a report on the “Club of Three Plenary Meeting on Turkey and its Neigbours”, organized on December 5, 2014 at Quai D’Orsay, Paris. The meeting was held with the participation of several GRF members as well as men and women of influence in the fields of politics, media, arts and business from the UK, France and Germany. With three sessions, the meeting touched upon various issues of common concern for the UK, France, Germany and Turkey including regional security, investment and growth, as well as migration.
The participants of the program are individuals who have successfully completed GRF’s Young Scholars and Young Scholars Abroad programs, and international participants from the leading universities of the world who were nominated by Young Scholars.
The third policy paper of the GRF Young Academics Program, which was designed to provide a forum for accomplished young academics to discuss and debate long-term policy challenges, was published. The paper entitled “Turkeyʼs Foreign Policy Towards China, Analysis and Recommendations for Improvement” is authored by Dr. Altay Atlı. Please click here to read the paper.
GRF Track-II Studies involve contacts and consultation processes with high-level individuals of another country to carry the official dialogue between the two countries to the level of civil society. The aim is to contribute to foreign policy processes and public diplomacy through in-depth exchanges on issues touching upon bilateral relations.
GRF Roundtable Meeting Series, open to all GRF members, is an institutional instrument, conceived mainly to establish an ongoing exchange between GRF Task Forces and GRF members.
GRF Member Amb. (R) Ümit Pamir’s background paper for the panel on “Migration as a Challenge to Regional Security” at the 9th Regional Conference of the Council of Councils (CoC), held in Berlin on October 30-November 1, 2016...
GRF Member Amb. (R) Bozkurt Aran’s evaluation note entitled "Globalization, European Union And Economic Integration" published by the Economic Policy Research Foundation of Turkey (TEPAV) on December 2016.
GRF Vice-Chairman and President Memduh Karakullukçu’s article entitled “EU Energy Policy: Sustained by Fragile Solidarity, Indispensable for Eurasian Security”, originally published in the Center for Complex Operationsʼ journal PRISM, Volume 6, No. 2, "European Security in the 21st Century."
GRF Member, Ambassador (R) Özdem Sanberkʼs article entitled "EUʼs Crisis or the Supranational Governance Utopia" originally published in Turkish, in “Analist”, no.64, June 2016.
GRF Member, Ambassador (R) Ünal Çeviközʼs article entitled "The Referendum Heralds a New Europe" originally published in Turkish, in “Hürriyet”, on June 26, 2016.
The fourth policy paper of the GRF Young Academics Program, which was designed to provide a forum for accomplished young academics to discuss and debate long-term policy challenges, was published.
Can Turkey and Israel be friends? It is a question that will affect the future of the entire Middle East. For many years they were close allies but in the past four years there has been a downward slide. Although Israelis blame the government of Recep Tayyip Erdogan, for the best part of a decade he kept relations with Israel on a normal working basis. What exacerbated the downturn was the brutality shown by Israeli troops in Gaza in January 2009. Then came a calculated televised humiliation of Turkeyʼs ambassador in Tel Aviv a year ago. Then, to crown it all, on May 31 last year the Israeli Defence Forces attacked a flotilla of vessels carrying humanitarian aid to Gaza - whose cargo had been previously checked by the Turkish authorities - killing nine people on board and wounding many others. This was despite last-minute appeals from Turkey to Israel for moderation.
The fifth policy paper of the GRF Young Academics Program entitled "State Responses to Cyber Operations", which was designed to provide a forum for accomplished young academics to discuss and debate long-term policy challenges, was published.
GRF Member, Permanent Representative (F) of Turkey to the United Nations and to NATO, Ambassador Ümit Pamir’s interview was published in the daily Hürriyet on November 21, 2017
As NATO prepares for its 11-12 July summit in Brussels – with NATO-Russia relations high on the agenda – and as a Presidential US-Russia summit is due to take place in Finland later this month, there is an urgent need to inject new thinking into the dialogue over how Russia and NATO could safely co-exist and how Europe’s security could be improved as a result.
GRF Board Member, İşbank CEO, Mr. Adnan Bali’s assessments on the Turkish Economy and the speculative attacks targeting the TL, published by the newspaper Dünya on August 13, 2018.
Ambassador Ertuğrul Apakan, was awarded, by the Minister of Foreign Affairs of France Jean-Yves le Drian, the title of “Officier dans l’Ordre National de la Légion d’Honneur”.
The talking points for the meeting of the Task Force on Cooperation in Greater Europe, hosted by GRF on 8-9 April, 2019, can be found below.