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The German Marshall Fund of the United States
Hatir Sokak 27/1
G.O.P. 06670
Ankara, Turkey
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GMF’s Ankara office opened in 2005 at a time when Turkey began playing an increasingly critical role in the region, in Europe, and in the transatlantic alliance. The office aims to support strong civil society in Turkey and its neighboring countries and create a forum where Americans, Europeans, and Turks can learn from one another and address shared challenges.

GMF’s expansion into Turkey reflects the call to address policy challenges along Europe’s borders, including the Balkans, the Black Sea region, and the Middle East. Located in Turkey’s capital, the office develops policy programs, fellowships, and grantmaking activities that encourage more active and prominent Turkish participation in the transatlantic community.


Turkey’s Visa Free Travel Process with the EU: Trap or Gift?
Diba Nigar Göksel
December 19, 2014
This policy brief explores the prospects for visa-free travel to the EU by Turkish citizens.
Ankara Transatlantic Trends Survey 2014 Launch
September 10, 2014
The German Marshall Fund of the United States (GMF) and the Economic Policy Research Foundation of Turkey (TEPAV) pleased to invite you to the gatheri
Turkey and NATO in a Changing World: What priorities for leaders at the NATO Summit 2014
June 12, 2014
On June 12, GMF, in cooperation with the United States Mission to NATO, organized a high-level conference in Ankara titled “Turkey and NATO in a Cha
A New Era for Turkey Under President ErdoğanÖzgür Ünlühisarcıklı, director of GMF's Ankara office, elaborates on his recent Transatlantic Take discussing Turkey's presidential election.
Trilateral Strategy Group 9
, May 20, 2014
In addition to programming from GMF's Ankara office, GMF has launched a multi-year effort bringing together leaders from the US, Turkey, and Europe for twice-yearly off-the-record discussions on selected themes affecting all sides of the "triangle".
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