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Burcu Ozcelik

Burcu Ozcelik is a research fellow at the University of Cambridge. She received her PhD from Cambridge's Department of Politics and International Studies, where she was subsequently a teaching fellow in Conflict, Peacebuilding and the Politics of the Middle East (2015-2017). Her current book project examines women’s right-wing political activism, political Islam and the gendered response to the rise of populist religious nationalism across many parts of the world.

Articles By Burcu Ozcelik

For Israel and Turkey, It’s Now All About Gas By Burcu Ozcelik - Oct 6, 2019

In September, Turkey’s president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, fired the latest salvo in the Eastern Mediterranean stand-off. “Those who think that the natural riches of the island of Cyprus and the region belong only to themselves will face the determination of Turkey and the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus in the future, as they do today,” … Continue reading “For Israel and Turkey, It’s Now All About Gas”