Dr Buğra Süsler is a Teaching Fellow in International Organisations and International Conflict and Cooperation at UCL Political Science Department and a Visiting Postdoctoral Fellow at LSE IDEAS. He teaches Global Governance, International Organisations, and International Conflict and Cooperation at UCL.
He holds a PhD in International Relations and an MSc in Politics and Government in the EU from LSE as well as a BSc in Politics from the University of Bristol. Prior to joining UCL, he was teaching at LSE International Relations Department and LSE European Institute and he was a Visiting Fellow at the LSE Centre for International Studies (CIS).
His research interests include foreign policy analysis, global conflicts and international cooperation with a particular focus on the Middle East. His book, Turkey, the EU and the Middle East: Foreign Policy Cooperation and the Arab Uprisings (Routledge, 2020) examines Turkish foreign policy decision-making processes regarding cooperation with the EU during the Arab uprisings. He is currently working on a research project on emerging powers and African agency.
- Süsler, Buğra. (2020) Turkey, the EU, and the Middle East: Foreign Policy Cooperation and the Arab Uprisings, Abingdon, Oxon and New York, NY: Routledge.
- Süsler, Buğra. (2019) Turkey: An Emerging Middle Power in a Changing World? London: LSE IDEAS.
- He teaches Global Governance, International Organisations, and International Conflict and Cooperation at the UCL.
- He has taught courses on Foreign Policy Analysis, EU politics, and emerging powers at the LSE and the University of Cape Town.