Ümit Tetik received his BA in both International Relations and Political Science and Public Administration (Double Degree) from Sakarya University in 2016. He graduated two-years associate degree of Law from Anadolu University(Open Education). He is currently studying Sociology at Anadolu University (Open Education) and Security Studies (Master) at TOBB University of Economics and Technology (TOBB ETU). He was a teaching assistant at TOBB ETU in Fall 2016. Also, he has internship experience in West Bohemia University, Czechia and European Union Simulation in Albania. He is focusing on insurgency, terrorism and erratic nature of wars.
SETA Security Radar attempts to anticipate the course of major security issues Turkey faces and how to develop and enhance sound and relevant responses within this increasingly challenging regional security environment.
This work aims to provide a timely and accessible assessment of the challenges awaiting Turkey in 2019. Hence, SETA Security Radar: Turkey’s Security Landscape in 2019 pertains to the following topics: Turkey’s role in Syria, Turkey’s counterterrorism strategy, Turkey’s military activism, the Turkish defense agenda, Turkey and the Eastern Mediterranean, and Turkey’s bilateral relations with the United States and Russia.