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About Salih Dogan

Salih Dogan, born in 1983 in Fatsa, Ordu, is a researcher on International Relations and Political Science with particular reference to Security Studies, Eurasia and South Asia. His main fields of interest are Afghanistan, Pakistan, Central Asian countries, Taliban, Al-Qaeda, International Security and Terrorism. He also has a keen interest in Turkish Politics, Turkish Foreign Policy, Kurdish Issue, and the PKK. Mr. Dogan has received his Bachelor of Science degree from the Department of Business Administration at Middle East Technical University. Afterwards he moved to Texas, USA where he obtained his MBA degree in Strategic Management. He worked at the Center for Security Studies and Center for Eurasian Studies at the International Strategic Research Organization (USAK), an Ankara-based Turkish think-tank, for more than two years between 2008 and 2010. Currently Dogan is a PhD candidate within the School of Politics and International Relations (SPIRE) at Keele University, United Kingdom. He also holds a Research Assistant position in the Department of Political Science and International Relations at Turgut Özal University in Ankara, Turkey. He lives in Ankara, Turkey and Staffordhire, UK at different times of the year.


Present PhD Candidate, Keele University
Present Research Assistant, Turgut Ozal University

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