Elif Dördüncü AydemirPresident

Elif Dördüncü
Areas of expertise
  • Geostrategy
  • Political Risk Assessment
  • Political Campaigns
  • International Relations
  • Advocacy
  • Government Relations
  • PhD, Political Science, University of Paris I: Panthéon-Sorbonne
  • Master, Political Sociology, University of Paris I: Panthéon-Sorbonne
  • Master, International Relations-Strategy, University of Paris I: Panthéon-Sorbonne

Elif Dördüncü Aydemir is a board member of The George Washington University Graduate School of Political Management. She is a lecturer of Political Communication for Graduate School in Istanbul Bilgi University. After graduating from Marmara University, Political Science and Public Administration Department, she continued her studies in Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne University. 

Elif Dördüncü Aydemir is an active member of IAPC (International Association of Political Consultants), EAPC (European Association of Political Consultants) and ISPP (International Society of Political Psychology).

She has completed her Master Degrees in International Relations-Strategy and also in Political Sociology from Sorbonne Paris I University where she continued to her PhD studies examining the political discourse of Turkish and Greek nationalisms. She provides consultancy in Turkish, French, and English. 

Latest Analyses & Insights on Elif's expertise

  • GE, Cisco, Visa Consider South Africa Investment as U.S. Look to Expand Trade Ties

    U.S. Secretary of State Yellen said Washington is looking to expand trade ties with countries that it can “count on”, including South Africa, during her visit to the country. She also praised Ford’s 100-year history of assembling vehicles in the country in her remarks following a tour of the Ford plant in Pretoria. South Africa is the latest stop in Yellen’s Africa trip, which also included Senegal and Zambia. It aims to expand U.S. economic ties with the continent and counter China’s influence in the region. 

    January 27, 2023
  • Geopolitical Tensions, Instability Top Challenges of Global Economy in 2023

    The global business expects 2023 to be economically challenging due to geopolitical challenges, high inflation and energy crisis, according to the global economic survey published by Eurochambres on Wednesday. The report is based on the responses of representatives from trade and commerce organizations that account for around 70% of world GDP. It shows that prolonged geopolitical tensions and instability are expected to continue mounting pressure on the global economy in 2023.  

    January 25, 2023
  • Yellen Held Talks on U.S. Investments, China Debt During Visits to Senegal, Zambia

    During the first stop in her Africa trip, U.S. Treasury Secretary Yellen on Saturday attended the opening ceremony of a rural electrification project in Senegal that is aimed to deliver reliable power to 350,000 people, while supporting some 500 jobs in 14 U.S. states. After that, she traveled to Zambia to promote U.S. ties and investments in the country, while discussing the country’s heavy debt burden. 

    January 23, 2023

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