Batu Coşkun

Political Analyst - Turkey

Batu Coskun is a political risk analyst on Turkish affairs, consulting an array of private and public clients. He is also a research fellow at the Sadeq Institute. Batu’s interests include Turkey’s foreign policy, Turkish political history, and Ankara’s relationship with the Arab Gulf states. He is a graduate of the London School of Economics and Bilkent University in Ankara.  Batu is a contributor to the Arab Gulf States Institute in Washington, the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, the Washington Institute, and the LSE Middle East Center. He is a columnist for the Independent’s Turkish language edition. Batu is co-author of Mapping the Genesis of the Abraham Accords: Elite Preferences, Rising Nationalism, and the Quest for Political Stability published by Insight Turkey.