Week in Review: Turkey Briefing, Monkey Cage and POMEPS is hiring!

This week we published POMEPS Briefing 26: Turkey’s Democratic Struggles.  Especially after the early June parliamentary electoral shakeup, this collection of past Monkey Cage articles and POMEPS Studies from leading political scientists offers important background and analysis.

Also, this week on the Monkey Cage :

Mark Kersten of the London School of Economics explains how  South Africa’s failure to arrest Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir will affect ICC legitimacy, and Kate Cronin-Furman of Columbia University continues this conversation by answering the glaring question: is the ICC really targeting black men?

Lorenzo Vidino and Seamus Hughes of George Washington University offer policies to stop ISIS from recruiting American teensand Henry Farrell  summarizes a CFR report on how censoring ISIS’s online propaganda isn’t working out very well.

You can now watch our conversation with Toby Matthiesen of the University of Cambridge, as he discusses his most recent book The Other Saudis: Shiism, Dissent and Sectarianism.

POMEPS is hiring a communications and operations specialist, so check out the listing and pass it along if you know someone who would be a good addition to our team.


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