Middle Eastern Studies Lecture: Professor Asli Ü. Bâli “The Current Constitutional Crisis in Turkey”

Middle Eastern Studies presents: Professor Asli Ü. Bâli “The Current Constitutional Crisis in Turkey”

Professor Bâli is Acting Professor of Law at the UCLA School of Law. She also holds a Ph.D. from the Department of Politics at Princeton University and has served as an editor of the Yale Law Journal and as an articles editor of the Yale Journal of Human Rights and Development. Professor Bâli’s research interests focus generally on public international law, including the intersection of international law and international relations, as well as issues of non proliferation, human rights, and humanitarian law. She also has a strong interest in the comparative law of the Middle East. Recent work includes The Legality-Legitimacy Debate in the Context of Nonproliferation (forthcoming, 2010, Oxford University Press); “American Overreach: Strategic Interests and Millennial Ambitions in the Middle East,” published in Geopolitics Vol. 15, Issue 2 (2010); and “From Subjects to Citizens? The Shifting Paradigm of Electoral Authoritarianism in the Middle East,” published in Middle East Law and Governance (2009).

Contact: Prof. Iğmen (aigmen@csulb.edu) or Prof. Berberian (hberber@csulb.edu)