Henri J. Barkey is no longer with the Carnegie Endowment.
Henri J. Barkey was a visiting scholar in the Carnegie Middle East Program and the Bernard L. and Bertha F. Cohen Professor at Lehigh University.
He served as a member of the U.S. State Department Policy Planning Staff working primarily on issues related to the Middle East, the Eastern Mediterranean, and intelligence from 1998 to 2000. He has taught at Princeton, Columbia, the State University of New York, and the University of Pennsylvania.
Barkey has authored, co-authored, and edited five books, among them Turkey’s Kurdish Question with Graham Fuller, Reluctant Neighbor: Turkey’s Role in the Middle East, and most recently, European Responses to Globalization: Resistance, Adaptation and Alternatives.
His opinion editorials have appeared in Newsweek, Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, Daily Star, and Los Angeles Times, and he is a frequent guest on the Newshour with Jim Lehrer and NPR.
"Turkey's Transformers," Foreign Affairs (November/December 2009); "Turkey's Perspectives on Nuclear Weapons and Disarmament," Nuclear Security Studies (Volume VI); "Preventing Conflict Over Kurdistan," Carnegie Report (February 2009); “Deciphering Turkey’s Elections: The Making of a Revolution,” with Yasemin Çongar, World Policy Journal (Fall 2007); “Kurdistandoff,” National Interest (July/August 2007); “Turkey and the PKK: A Pyrrhic Victory?” Democracy and Counterterrorism Lessons from the Past (USIP Press, 2007); “Iraqi Kurds and the Future of Iraq,” with Ellen Laipson in Middle East Policy (December 2005); “Turkey and Iraq: The Perils (and Prospects) of Proximity,” USIP Special Report (July 2005); “The Endless Pursuit: Improving U.S.-Turkish Relations,” in Friends in Need: Turkey and the United States after September 11 (Century Foundation, 2003).