Category Archives: Podcasts

Podcast: Did talks in Geneva get closer to uniting Cyprus?

Reposting my latest podcast for Ahval’s Turkey Trends on latest UN sponsored Cyprus talks with Fikri Toros, member of Turkish Cypriot TRNC parliament. Fikri Toros believes that the appetite for a just reunification exists on the Turkish Cypriot side.  “Turkish … Continue reading

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Podcast: Turkish parties show inability to come to terms with Armenian issue

Here is my latest podcast for Ahval’s Turkey Trends with Dr Aykan Erdmir on how Turkish parties show inability to come to terms with Armenian issue. The Turkish Foreign Ministry has for decades spent time and energy to fight against similar decisions across … Continue reading

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Podcast: Turkey and proxies will try to stop Libya’s upcoming elections

Here is my latest podcast Ahval’s Turkish Trends discussing Libya with Aya Burweila, a senior adviser at the Research Institute for European and American Studies and a BBC Expert Woman in Terrorism and Radicalisation. Burweila said that Turkey and its … Continue reading

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Podcast: Turkey and Egypt- A discussion with Steven Cook

Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu announced the beginning of a new era in the relations between Egypt and Turkey this week. Egypt’s lukewarm response to apparent olive branches from Turkey, on the other hand, has raised questions on the success … Continue reading

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Podcast: Ex-admirals declaration “gift from God” for Erdogan

I am delighted to collaborate with Ahval News with a series of podcasts on current affairs of Turkey. In my first podcast, I interviewed Dr. Steven Cook and discussed his latest piece on Turkey’s ex-admirals’ declaration on the Montreux Convention, … Continue reading

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Podcast/Webinar: Radical Islamism, France, and the Atlantic Divide

I strongly recommend these podcast and webinar on what’s wrong with Anglo-American coverage of radical Islamism in France 1- What US Media Gets Wrong About France, with writers Anne-Élisabeth Moutet & Agnès Poirier https://podcasts.apple.com/es/podcast/11-what-us-media-gets-wrong-about-france-anne-élisabeth/id1534151181?i=1000502056981 2- Webinar on Islamism: Bridging the … Continue reading

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Podcast: Arabs are wondering, is Erdogan all talk? – Nervana Mahmoud- Ahval

I recorded this podcast with Ahval’s editor David Lepeska that war is a real possibility in the eastern Mediterranean, that Turkey has taken all decision-making power away from Libya’s Tripoli-based Government of National Accord and that Turkish President Erdogan has … Continue reading

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Podcast: Religion

Here is our latest podcast with Prof. Matt Sienkiewicz from Boston College  and our guest Ambassador Alberto Fernandez discussing religion and media. Enjoy …    

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Podcast: Alternative media and the American Elections

Here is the second episode of Media Studied Podcast, in which I am honoured to join Prof. Matt Sienkiewicz from Boston college, with Benjamin Dixon and also James Miller, the managing editor of the Interpreter magazine. In this episode we discussed alternative … Continue reading

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Podcasts: the U.S. election and beyond

I am delighted to join Prof. Matt Sienkiewicz of Boston College in producing a series of podcasts discussing various media issues. Here is our first one on the U.S. election. Enjoy…..  

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