Orna Almog is a graduate of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and has received her Ph.D. from the London School of Economics and Political Science, International History Department. Her main expertise is Israeli foreign policy: the Arab–Israeli conflict and conflict resolution. She is co-editor of the book Contemporary Israeli–Turkish Relations in Comparative Perspective.
James Ker-Lindsay is Visiting Professor at LSEE-Research on South East Europe at the European Institute, London School of Economics. He has written extensively on conflict, peace and security in the Eastern Mediterranean.
Ayşegül Sever is a Professor of International Relations at Marmara University in Turkey. Currently, she is a Visiting Professor at LSE IDEAS. Her areas of interest include International Politics of the Middle East, Turkish Foreign Policy, Cold War History and Regionalism. She is co-editor of the book Contemporary Israeli–Turkish Relations in Comparative Perspective.
Katerina Dalacoura is Associate Professor in International Relations at the London School of Economics and Political Science. Her latest research focuses on the role of culture and civilization in International Relations with special reference to Turkey.