Mehmet Kalyoncu Discusses Impact of Presidential Election on Muslims
Published on Mon, October 22, 2012
UPDATE: This event has been cancelled.
Mehmet Kalyoncu, an adviser and professional officer at the Organization of Islamic Cooperation's Permanent Observer Mission to the United Nations in New York, NY, is coming to Marywood University to discuss the impact of the U.S. presidential election on the Muslim world.
This event will be held on Tuesday, October 30, at Marywood University, Latour Room, Nazareth Hall, at 5:30 p.m. This event is free and open to the public.
Previously, Mr. Kalyoncu worked as a political analyst and reporter for Zaman US Daily. He has published scholarly articles in academic journals and op-ed pieces in newspapers and online publications. His writings have appeared among others in the Foreign Policy Magazine, Balkanalysis, Caspian Business News, Zaman US Daily, Today's Zaman, Zinda Magazine, Power and Interest Report (PINR), American Journal of Islamic Social Sciences, Journal of Central Asia and the Caucasus, and Centro Argentino de Estudios Internacionales.
Some of his articles have been republished by the Al Arabiya, India Times, China Daily, and Global Times and have been cited in the San Francisco Chronicle, Jerusalem Post and the Global Media Journal. His research interests include Turkish foreign policy, ethno-religious politics, civil society development and psychological warfare.