Nebi Mis received his BA in International Relations in 2003, and his MA in 2005. He received his Ph.D. from Sakarya University upon completion of his doctoral thesis titled Türkiyede Güvenlikleştirme Siyaseti 1923-2003 in 2012. He worked as a researcher for Katholieke Universiteit Leuven in Belgium for a year during his Ph.D. Studies. His articles have appeared in Turkish Studies, Bilgi Dergisi, Akademik İncelemeler Dergisi, Ortadoğu Yıllığı, Türk Dış Politikası Yıllığı and in other periodical and non-periodical journals. His articles include Turkeys Role in the Alliance of Civilizations: A New Perspective in Turkish Foreign Policy? (with Ali Balcı) Turkish Studies, Volume: 9, Number: 3, September 2008; Güvenlikleştirme Teorisi ve Siyasal Olanın Güvenlikleştirilmesi, Akademik İncelemeler Dergisi, Volume: 6, Number: 2, 2011; İslamcılığın Dönüşümünü Tartışmak: İslamcılığın Dört Hali ve Muhafazakârlaşmak, Bilgi, 24, Yaz 2012, Kültürel Kimliklerin Güvensizliği: Avrupa Birliği ve Medeniyetler Çatışmasını Yeniden Düşünmek (with M. Yeşiltaş), and Küreselleşen Dünyada Avrupa Birliği , Phonex, Ankara -2008. Furthermore, he works on security politics in Turkey, democratization, Islamism, democratization in the Middle East and Syria. He is currently teaching at Political Science and Public Administration Department of Sakarya University Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences.
What is the perspective of Turkey’s new government model based on the presidential system? What are the functions of offices and councils (and departments) in the presidential organization? How are ministries in the new government model structured? What are the differences and similarities of the newly designed government model with government structures in other presidential systems?
Political analyst, Nebi Miş, said the AK Party and MHP's possible election alliance is a necessary tactical move with the new presidential system, while the main opposition CHP has failed to create a long-term policy to challenge the other bloc