Dr Gulay Icoz is an Turkey-EU relations expert. Currently she is working on two research areas: European Migration Policy and Euroscepticism. In particular she is interested to study how successful the EU-Turkey migration deal has been in handling the refugee crisis and party based Eurosceptcism in Hungary Denmark, Poland and in Britain. Icoz has worked as a teaching assistant at the King’s College London and Royal Holloway, University of London. She is the co-editor of a special issue called ‘Opportunities missed: Turkey-EU accession since 2005’, published in December 2016 in the Journal of Contemporary European Studies. Icoz also published online on the Conversation, EurActiv, London4Europe, and IBTimes.
- Orban and Fidesz in past two months, 15 Jun 2018
- Post-elections in Hungary— Fidesz, failed opposition and European Union!, 18 Apr 2018
- Ahead of Hungarian General Elections—issues, pledges and campaign rhetoric (II), 30 Mar 2018
- Ahead of the General Elections in Hungary (I), 01 Mar 2018
- The Case for Partnership with the EU, 11 Feb 2018
- Why the Brits should calm down about Turkey’s possible EU membership, 23 Jun 2016
- Challenges ahead of the Turkish Parliament, 28 May 2015