Erkan's Field Diary

Blog URL:http://erkansaka.net/
Blog Tags:turkey, european union, cyberculture, politics, news
Country:Turkey
Location:Istanbul

“Erkan’s Field Diary” evolved from a dissertation project on Turkish journalism and the European Union (EU). In addition to the original topic, the blog monitors socio-cultural happenings and cybercultural emergences in Turkey. E



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Cybersecurity Campaign Playbook [Belfer Center/Harvard Kennedy School] The Belfer Center at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government has published a nonpartisan Cybersecurity Campaign Playbook, as part of its Defending Digital Democracy project (pre...

  Huge protests in Istanbul in support of Palestinians and Jerusalem Middle East Monitor Thousands of police officers were deployed across Istanbul from early on Friday morning to secure the protests and close city streets to avoid traffic j...

My heavily worked research on political trolls still waiting to be published- hopefully in April 2018. In the meantime, have a taste of what I am into within this co-authored work with Duygu Karataş. Thanks to her, this article could be ready to be...

[Ticker] EU anti-terror chief: no proof Gulen network is terrorist group EUobserver.com – Headline News   The EU’s counterterrorism coordinator Gilles de Kerchove said in an interview with Reuters published on Thursday that the EU...

I am happy to hear that one of the works I worked hard on has finally been published: “The role of social media-based citizen journalism practices in the formation of contemporary protest movements” by Erkan Saka It is a chapter in this b...

Nearly 2,000 women killed in eight years in Turkey  Hurriyet Daily News   Nearly 2,000 women have been killed over the past eight years in Turkey, according to statistics gathered by a website tracking femicides across the country based on rep...

The Zarrab Case Graph Commons The Zarrab Case and its links to Iran, Russian, Turkish and United States governments. In Plea Deal, Flynn Acknowledges Working for Turkish Government Wall Street Journal – Dion Nissenbaum – Dec 1, 3:43 PM WASHINGTO...