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ShareMurat Yildiz[1] murat.yildiz@gc4ss.org Senior Expert Global Center for Security Studies “Eichmann in Jerusalem: A Report on the Banality of Evil” by Hannah Arendt” Preamble It is quite a courage to write a book review. Especially, if one of the most important political philosophers of the twentieth century is the author of the book, it is almost next to impossible for me to describe the level of anxiety dealing with since the start of my first draft of the book review. Nevertheless, I decided to open the door of my inner world and let my observations, opinions and feelings about the … Continue reading Book Review Series – 2

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ShareCuneyt Gurer, PhD cuneyt.gurer@gc4ss.org Senior Expert Global Center for Security Studies Maley, William. What Is a Refugee? Oxford University Press, 2016. Jones, Reece. Violent Borders: Refugees and the Right to Move. Verso, 2017. Polakow-Suransky, Sasha. Go Back to Where You Came from the Backlash against Immigration and the Fate of Western Democracy. Hurst & Company, 2017. Human displacement is not a novel phenomenon and both migration and immigration have had a significant impact on individual human life, development of societies and even the creation of new states. However, recent refugee crises caused by the Syrian conflict yet created a mix … Continue reading Book Review Series – 1