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Tulin Daloglu

Correspondent, Habertürk

Based in Washington, D.C., Tulin Daloglu is a correspondent for Turkey ‘s HABERTüRK.

Until recently, she also wrote a regular column at the Washington Times for almost four years.

Previously, Ms. Daloglu was a reporter and producer for the BBC in Turkey. Her last assignment there was to cover the trial of PKK leader Abdullah Ocalan.

In the 2002 general election, she ran for a seat in Parliament as a member of the New Turkey Party.

Ms. Daloglu earned B.S. and M.A. degrees in international relations at the Bilkent University in Ankara, Turkey. She also completed an M.A. degree in journalism and public affairs at the American University in Washington, D.C.

Articles by Tulin Daloglu

Turkey’s Impulse for Reform

Turkey is at a crossroads of integration with Europe and fundamentalist Islam. Which way will it turn?

July 14, 2004

The Israelization of Turkey

With the recent spate of terrorist bombings, should Turks worry about their country becoming the next Israel?

November 25, 2003

World War I and the Future of Iraq

Can the seeds of success or failure of U.S. policy in Iraq be found in the past 100 years of Iraqi history?

May 9, 2003

Turkey's Path to Real Democracy

Did the Turkey's refusal to have U.S. troops attack Iraq from its soil strengthen the country's democracy?

April 17, 2003