In the last few years, Perceptions has adopted a new strategy of regularly publishing special issues that have certain specific focuses. This move is in line with trends in the wider academic publishing community. Instead of publishing a medley of articles on random themes, editors are trying to cluster relevant articles under a shared umbrella in special issue formats. The purpose is generally twofold: to achieve a more comprehensive coverage and dialogue on a topic from various perspectives, and to provide a convenient source to researchers, who can now find a trove of information in a single special issue.
- Perceptions Autumn-Winter 2016
- Increasing the Effectiveness of UNHCR’s 4Rs Activities in Afghanistan: Compliance, National Capacity and Domestic Actors, Arzu GÜLER
- Rehabilitation and Expansion of Iran’s Oil Sector in the Post-Nuclear Deal Era: Programs, Problems and Uncertainties, Sujata ASHWARYA
- Understanding Turkey’s Emerging “Civilian” Foreign Policy Role in the 2000s through Development Cooperation in the Africa Region, Gonca OĞUZ GÖK – Emel PARLAR