Institut Du Bosphore
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The Institut du Bosphore is a think-tank of high-level Turkish and French personalities from various backgrounds including politicians, businessmen, economists, experts and intellectuals. The stated mission of the Institut du Bosphore is to bolster free and objective links between France and Turkey.[1][2][3]

The Institut du Bosphore debates topics such as global politics, economy, social and cultural issues with a view to highlighting Turkey's involvement in global society and in particular its close ties with the European Union and France. It facilitates common reflection of French and Turkish people on Europe and current global issues.[4][5]

Bahad?r Kalea?as? is the President of the Institut du Bosphore.[6]


  1. ^ Nathalie Tocci (1 September 2011). Turkey's European Future: Behind the Scenes of America's Influence on EU-Turkey Relations. NYU Press. p. 210. ISBN 978-0-8147-8416-7.
  2. ^ ?hsan Bal; M. Turgut Demirtepe (1 January 2012). USAK Yearbook of Politics and International Relations: Volume 5. International Strategic Research Organization (USAK). p. 70. ISBN 978-605-4030-69-9.
  3. ^ Joachim Klewes; Robert Wreschniok (13 October 2009). Reputation Capital: Building and Maintaining Trust in the 21st Century. Springer Science & Business Media. p. 283. ISBN 978-3-642-01630-1.
  4. ^ Daziano, Laurence (7 August 2019). "Istanbul, catalyseur du renouveau turc". Les Echos. Retrieved 2020.
  5. ^ Güne?, Handan (12 September 2019). "AB ili?kilerinde güven eksikli?inin almas?, dev bir i? birli?i potansiyeli sa?lar". Anadolu Ajansi. Retrieved 2020.
  6. ^ "Message from the President". Institute du Bosphore. Retrieved 2020.

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