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Dogachan Dagi

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PhD Candidate

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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).

His doctoral thesis is on the reconstruction of strategic culture with special reference to Russia and Turkey supervised by Prof. George Christou, and Prof. Christopher Browning


For the 2021/22 academic year, he is a seminar tutor for PO107: Introduction to Politics.

Research Interests
  • Strategic culture and security studies
  • Othering in IR
  • Russian and Turkish politics
  • Responsibility to protect
  • Migration
  • 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)
Latest Publications

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).

Dogachan Dagi (2020). “The EU-Turkey Migration Deal: Performance and Prospects,” European Foreign Affairs Review, 25(2).

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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.