Suat Beylur

Suat Beylur

Director

Suat Beylur holds a PhD degree in Sociology from Ankara Yıldırım Beyazıt University, as well as an MA in International Relations from Hacettepe University. Prior to joining the Eurasian Research Institute of Khoja Akhmet Yassawi International Turkish-Kazakh University, Beylur has worked as a specialist, director and adviser for the Republic of Turkey Ministry of Culture and Tourism (YTB). Beylur’s research interests lie primarily in the areas of social and cultural change, youth and religion-state relations in the post-Soviet Space and the Balkans, as well as Turkey’s diaspora.

Staff's Publications


October 24, 2020

Евразийский обзор 2019: экономические, социальные и политические перспективы Евразии

С 2015 года Евразийский научно-исследовательский институт (ЕНИИ) представляет читателям еженедельные электронные бюллетени, в которых освещаются текущие экономические, политические, культурные и социальные события в евразийском регионе. За последние пять лет многие эксперты, дипломаты, политики, а также рядовые читатели из Турции, Казахстана и других евразийских стран высоко оценили аналитические материалы, написанные нашими […]
July 13, 2020

Historical and Intellectual Basis of International Student Mobility

Traveling abroad for education and training purposes is the result of the internationalization of education, in other words, the spread of international educational activities. Even though the history of the internationalization of education within the scope of edification and missionary activities dates back to ancient times, from the methodological standpoint, […]
February 24, 2020

A Conceptual Discussion on “Descendant” And “Relative Communities” in Turkish Foreign Policy

Turkey, with historical roots dating back to Asia’s vast steppe, is the successor of the Ottoman Empire extended across the Balkans, Middle East, and Africa. Today, Turkey remains associated in the context of cultural and social relations and citizenship bonds with almost all nations and communities that were part of […]