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Dogachan Dagi is a PhD candidate in the Department of Politics & International Relations. He holds an MA in International Relations/Global Governance and Political Theory (University of Bremen) and a BA in International Relations (Bilkent University).
For the 2021/22 academic year, he is a seminar tutor for PO107: Introduction to Politics.
- Strategic culture and security studies
- Othering in IR
- Russian and Turkish politics
- Responsibility to protect
- Department of Politics and International Studies (PAIS) PhD Studentship (2019), University of Warwick.
- DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service) Scholarship for Master’s degree (2017-2019)
Dogachan Dagi (2021). “Revisiting the Libya Intervention and the Idea(l) of Responsibility to Protect”, Turkish Policy Quarterly, 20(2)
Dogachan Dagi (2021). “Date with history: NATO launches attacks on Libya,” The World Today, February-March.
Dogachan Dagi (2020). “The Russian Stand on the Responsibility to Protect: Does Strategic Culture Matter?,” Journal of Asian Security and International Affairs, 7(3).
Recent Conference Papers
“Revisiting the EU-Turkey Migration Deal: A Success or Failure?”, UACES Annual Conference 2021 (Virtual), 6-8 September, 2021.
“Responding to Refugee Crisis: Europe from Supra-nationalism to nationalism?”, IPSA 2021 Virtual Conference, 10-15 July, 2021.
“Strategic Culture: Is it Relevant for the Responsibility to Protect?”, PSA 2021 Virtual Conference, 26-31 March, 2021.
“The Responsibility to Protect: Has it Survived the Libya Intervention?,” BISA Peacekeeping and Peacebuilding Working Group, Peace Operations in the Global Context: National and Regional Interpretations of Intervention, 11-12 February, 2020, Coventry University, UK.