With a failed coup in 2016, a Syrian refugee crisis, new presidential system, and worsening relations with the U.S., we ask how Turkey has changed and where it is today?
Teleconference: Syria’s Idlib: Challenges and Expectations
The U.N. has warned that a military assault on Syria’s Idlib could potentially cause a humanitarian crisis, sending 800,000 people to displacement. In recent days Turkey has been appealing for a cease fire that would stall the offensive, however unsuccessfully.
The Future of the U.S.-Turkey Relationship in the Trump Administration
On September 6, 2018, Turkish Heritage Organization (THO) hosted a panel “The Future of the U.S.- Turkey Relationship in the Trump Administration” in hopes of analyzing the relations between both countries.
THO’s Inaugural Summer Research Program Takes Eight American Researchers to Turkey
In July and August, eight young American researchers traveled to Washington, D.C., Istanbul, Ankara and Gaziantep to study approaches to the refugee crisis.
THO President Ali Cinar was recently interview by a number of top media outlets on U.S.-Turkey relations
THO President Ali Cinar was recently interview by a number of top media outlets such as CNBC, Bloomberg Radio,I24,Orient News, Washington Times, CNN Turk, Al Jazeera in English on U.S.-Turkey relations
THO Launches Summer 2018 Research Program in Turkey
On July 19, 2018, Turkish Heritage Organization launched its inaugural Summer Research Program in Turkey
THO Co-Organizes Roundtable on Future of Turkish Economy
On July 17, 2018, Turkish Heritage Organization along with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s U.S.-Turkey Business Council and the Union of Chambers and Commodity Exchanges of Turkey, hosted a roundtable discussion on the future of the Turkish Economy.
Second Anniversary of the July 15 Coup Attempt
On July 16, Turkish Heritage Organization (THO) and BAU International University hosted a panel “Second Anniversary of the July 15 Coup Attempt” with keynote speaker retired General Salih Zeki Colak commemorating the second anniversary of the most critical event in recent Turkish history
July 15 Coup Attempt: Two Years Later
On July 11, a panel on “July 15 Coup Attempt: Two Years Later” was organized by Turkish Heritage Organization (THO) with co-partner Global Policy Institute (GPI). The event commemorated the second anniversary of the most critical event in recent Turkish history.
THO President Ali Cinar speaks on Turkish Election results, Turkey's Role in Middle East after June 24th election & Kurdish influence
Popular daily news talk program’s focus was the recent Turkish Election