Ali Hakan Altinay
There are very few forums where a diverse group can engage in thorny global issues in true fellowship.
Ali Hakan Altinay
As a Senior Fellow at Brookings, Hakan works on issues of normative frameworks for an interdependent world. His book, Global Civics, was published in 2011 and reflects work conducted when he was a Yale World Fellow in 2009. The book has been translated into Arabic, Chinese, and Spanish, and inspired a documentary by Jian Yi, a 2009 Yale World Fellow. Previously, Hakan was the Executive Director - and later, Chairman - of Turkey’s Open Society Foundation. In that role, he encouraged Turkey’s evolution toward a more open society by focusing on European Union accession and the aspirations of the middle class. He is currently the founding President of the Global Civics Academy.
Will Erdoğan’s Victory Mark Rise Of Illiberal Democracy?, YaleGlobal Online, August 7, 2014
Norm Osmosis (PDF), Global Policy Essay, March 2012
Global Governance Audit, Global Economy & Development Working Paper 49, The Brookings Institution, February 6, 2012
Academic Altinay: Global public opinion emerges to be significant in international affairs, Today’s Zaman, November 20, 2011
“What Does Turkey Think?”, The European Council of Foreign Relations, June 2011
Merkel Leads on Climate Change, YaleGlobal Online, December 2, 2010.
Is the United States a Hero or a Villain? , The Huffington Post , July 3, 2010.
Global Governance: A Work in Progress, YaleGlobal Online, January 26, 2010.
A Duty to Humanity, Yale Daily News, November 13, 2009.
1000 days to the 7th billion human: What do we tell her?, Hurriyet Daily News, 28 October 2009.
Global Civics: Responsibilities and Rights in an Interdependent World, Brookings Institution Press, © 2011
Netcast (audio): Whither Turkey? December 14, 2009. Click here for Netcast