Can Cemgil

(2022) ‘The geopolitics of Turkey’s Kurdish Question’, in Nikos Christofis (ed.) The Kurds in Erdogan’s “New” Turkey: Domestic and International Implications, London: Routledge.

(2021) ‘The geopolitics of democratic confederalism in Syria: Geopolitics as the interplay of multiple strategies of spatialization‘, Geopolitics, 26(4): 1046-1074.

(2016) ‘The International Order and the Persistence of ‘Violent Extremism’ in the Islamic World‘, Philosophy and Social Criticism, 43(4-5): 529-538.

(2016) ‘The ‘Rojava Revolution’ in Syrian Kurdistan: A Model of Development for the Middle East?‘ (written with Can Cemgil), IDS Bulletin 47(3): 53–76.

(2016) ‘The Republican ideal of freedom as non-domination and the Rojava experiment: ‘States as they are’ or a new socio-political imagination?‘, Philosophy & Social Criticism, 42(4-5): 419-428.

(2016) ‘The (un)making of the Pax Turca in the Middle East: Understanding the social-historical roots of foreign policy‘ (with Clemmens Hoffmann), Cambridge Review of International Affairs, 29 (4): 1279-1302.

(2015) Book review: Gaining Freedoms: Claiming Space in Istanbul and Berlin by Berna Turam. Turkish Studies.

(2014) ‘Dialectic of the Concrete: Reconsidering Dialectic for IR and Foreign Policy Analysis‘ (with B. Teschke), Globalizations, 11(5): 605-625, reprinted in S. Brincat (ed.), Dialectics in World Politics, London: Routledge.


(2021) Uluslararası İlişkiler ve Uluslararası Siyasi İktisat Teorisinde Robert Cox ve Eleştirel Teori: Marx, Vico ve Tarihin Yapımı [Robert Cox and Critical Theory in IR and IPE Theory: Marx, Vico and Making of History], Politik Ekonomik Kuram, 5 (2).

(2018) ‘Marksizm ve Uluslararası İlişkiler: Praksis Merkezli bir Diyalektik’ [Marxism and International Relations: A Praxis Oriented Dialectic], Praksis, 47(2): 119-137.

(2017) ‘Dış Politika Analizi ve Uluslararası İlişkilerin Tarihsel Sosyolojisi’ [Historical Sociology of Foreign Policy Analysis and International Relations], in Ceren Ergenç and Derya G. Akder (eds) “Uluslararası” Kavramını Yeniden Düşünmek [Rethinking the Concept of the “International]”, Ankara: Heretik, with Clemens Hoffmann.

(2016) ‘Bildiğimiz Dünyanın Sonu: Kapitalizmin Krizi mi, ABD’nin Liderlik Krizi mi?’ [The End of the World as We Know It: the Crisis of Capitalism or a crisis of US Leadership?], Toplum ve Bilim [Science and Society] 136: 172-194.

Other Articles

(2018) ‘Turkey’s hommeade currency crisis has truly global implications‘ (with Can Cemgil), The Conversation, Aug 16, 2018.

(2017) ‘Syria’s Kurds have ended up at the heart of Middle Eastern geopolitics – here’s why” (with Can Cemgil and Kamran Martin), The Conversation, March 9, 2017.