Mustafa Yetim


Dr. Mustafa YETİM is an Assistant Professor at Eskişehir Osmangazi University. He completed his undergraduate studies in 2009 at Karadeniz Technical University and then received his master’s degree in 2011 from Sakarya University. His master’s thesis was about “Turkey’s Middle East Policy between 2002 and 2010: Turkey’s Changing Perception in the Middle East”. He finished his PhD in 2016 at Ankara University with the thesis titled “Hizbullah within Middle East and Lebanon Ground: Neo-Weberian Perspective”. He has published several book chapters, articles, commentaries and analysis on topics such as Turkish Foreign Policy towards the Middle East, Turkey-Qatar relations, Hezbollah, Lebanon and Middle East.



“Renewed” Period in the Lebanon Politics and Michel Aoun: Chances and Impossibilities

The current state and transformation of Lebanon’s Sectarian Structure Resembling a sectarian federation, the state structure in Lebanon is founded u...

Qatar and the Arab Spring: Transforming Regional Relations, Deepening Concerns

Deposing his father Sheikh Khalifa Al Thani, Hamad bin Khalifa Al Tani seized powerin a bloodless palace coup d'état in 1995, which paved the way ...