Emre Iseri is the Head and Associate Professor of the Department of International Relations at Yasar University, Izmir and a part–time Lecturer at the Department of Political Science and International Relations at the University of the Peloponnese, Greece.
An associate member of the Editorial Board of the Journal of Global Faultlines, his areas of research include international political economy, energy security, Euro-Asian politics, Turkish foreign policy, Middle East Politics and Mediterranean studies. From 2013 to 2017 he served as a full-time lecturer in the department of International Relations in the Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences, at Yasar University.
His articles have been published in numerous books and journals, including: Geopolitics, Journal of Balkan and Near East Studies, Energy Policy, Turkish Studies, Security Journal, South European Society and Politics and European Journal of Communication. Among his recent publications are: “Geopolitical Economy of Russia’s Foreign Policy Duality: Lockean in its East and Hobbesian in its West” (2017), “Turkey’s Regional Powerhood within Regional Security Complex Transformation: from a Conflict Ridden Environment into a Security Community” (2015).