Ahsen Melek Kocatürk

About Ahsen Melek Kocatürk

Ahsen Melek Kocatürk is a writer and works in policy. She is the coordinator of Turkish Publishing House 40’s Club where she also publishes and writes. Ahsen writes articles for the Egemen newspaper and studies justice in Atatürk University and sociology in Anadolu University. She volunteers in different civil organizations and is an advisor to local firms. Ahsen is a Board Member in the Association of Family Council.
Turkish and Middle East Correspondent

The COVID-19 Pandemic and Outlook of Cities

By |2020-09-24T11:32:16+01:0024th September, 2020|

Our Turkish Editor Ahsen Melek Kocatürk caught up with Professor Dr. Sukru Karatepe, Chief Advisor of Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the President of Turkey, Responsible for the Municipalities and Cities, about the outbreak of COVID-19 and how cities can manage the pandemic. The expectation that working from home will continue even

Why did the US assassinate Qassem Soleimani? 

By |2020-01-08T18:40:49+01:008th January, 2020|

The killing of Qassem Soleimani, commander of the Quds Force of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps, by the United States of America, at the start of the new year, is an indication that this year has more developments in store. The international media’s interest in the news of his killing from the moment it

Turkey’s Challenges & Opportunities

By |2018-12-27T21:24:47+01:0027th December, 2018|

Egemen BAĞIŞ, Former EU Minister & Chief Negotiator of Turkey speaks to Vaahan about Turkey's challenges and opportunities. We live in an age of complexity and unpredictability. On the one hand, the accelerating pace of globalization brings us closer in the fastest way. On the other hand, the world is being divided more and

Our Common Threat: Terrorism

By |2018-03-10T22:50:17+01:0010th March, 2018|

Egemen BAĞIŞ, Former EU Minister & Chief Negotiator of Turkey speaks to Vaahan about Turkey and Europe's common threat of terrorism. "We need to unite our strength and closely cooperate with each other. In this regard, Turkish and EU cooperation remains a priority." Today