Kerim Kartari


K. Kartari is Research Fellow for the Religion & Security Council (RSC). His main areas of interest encompass Turkey’s role in the Middle East, U.S. foreign policy, the Caucasus, ethnic and religious minorities, and the role of religion within the context of international crises and security. Kartari holds a master’s degree from George Mason University’s School for Conflict Analysis & Resolution, and a bachelor’s in international relations from Virginia Commonwealth University. He has worked with non-governmental organizations and media outlets in both the U.S. and Turkey.

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Turkey. Christian and Alawite Refugees Face a Precarious Future