After completing his undergraduate in History at İstanbul University he received his MA from the same university in 2013. Currently he is a PhD student in International Relations at Sakarya University. His main research interests are Balkan History and Politics. He has published articles on regional politics. He took part in several projects including field studies on Balkans. He knows English, Ottoman Turkish and Balkan languages.
The demonstrations in various Macedonian cities mobilized Albanians as a Macedonian court sentenced six Albanians to life in prison for the murder of five Macedonians despite a lack of concrete evidence.
The decision to go to early elections offers an undeniable opportunity for Serbia's most important political figure, Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) leader and Deputy Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic, to finally take control of the country's administration.
The votes to the Alliance for Employment, Prosperity and Integration led by the Democratic Party (DP) of Albania remaining around 40 percent mean that the 2-term PD ruling is soon to end in the country.