Completed his undergraduate education at Bogaziçi University-İstanbul in 1997 and received his MA (1999) and PhD (2005) in international political economy from the University of Manchester in the UK. He worked as an academic at the Universities of Manchester, Birmingham, Huddersfield in the UK; and at Maltepe, Yıldız Teknik and İstanbul Şehir universities in Turkey. He wrote Kalkınmacı Modernlik: Küresel Ekonomi Politik ve Türkiye (Developmentalist Modernity: Global Political Economy and Turkey) (2013) and Neoliberal Globalization and Institutional Reform: Political Economy of Development Planning in Turkey (2006). He acted as an advisor to Turkish Cooperation and Development Agency (TİKA) and the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC). As an expert on international political economy, development economics, industry-technology policies and the Asia-Pacific he published numerous articles in esteemed national and international academic journals. Currently he writes weekly columns for the Daily Sabah newspaper.
Major challenges require unconventional responses, and Turkey is preparing to produce an unconventional and comprehensive systemic response to the major and multifaceted challenges it faces in various areas
The first mission for the leaders of the Islamic world would be to display unwavering solidarity with the Palestinian cause and oppose unilateral provocations to determine the international status of Al-Quds
Since becoming the U.S. president, Donald Trump never ceased to surprise international observers by his sheer speed in deconstructing all diplomatic efforts and compromises reached at multilateral platforms and ardently destroying the legacy of his predecessor Barack Obama.