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Transformation of Turkey’s Regional Policies: The Case of the KRG Referendum Debacle
Turkey’s response to the Kurdistan Regional Government of Iraq’s independence referendum took most observers by surprise. The prevailing assumption was that, despite its vocal objections, Turkey would eventually just ...
Güven Gürkan ÖZTAN, Türkiye’de Çocukluğun Politik İnşası
(Uluslararası İlişkiler Konseyi Derneği, 2014)
[No abstract available]
Paradigm Shift between Turkey and the Kurds: From ‘Clash of the Titans’ to ‘Game of Thrones’
Throughout the history of the Turkish Republic, its military and political elites in Ankara have regarded the Kurdish question as a security issue. Therefore, initiating the ‘peace process’ with the PKK and developing ...
Attitudinal Ambivalence towards Turkey’s EU Membership
This article takes a comparative political behaviour approach to examine the multifaceted nature of Turkey's European Union (EU) membership bid from the perspective of the EU citizens. We propose a multidimensional explanation ...
When did the First World War End for Turkey?
(Univ Provence, 2017-06)
This paper investigates the influence of the World War One and the Peace Conferences on the post-1918 conlicts in Anatolia. The paper argues that the "war" continued up until 1939 - albeit in different forms - for two ...
Empire of Taxonomy: Ethnic and Religious Identities in the Ottoman Surveys and Censuses
(Routledge Journals, Taylor & Francis Ltd, 2015-01)
This article examines how the Ottoman Empire through pre-modern surveys (tahrir) and censuses, counted, categorized and classified their population according to ethnic and religious identities, and how the social, economic ...
Follow the money
(SAGE Publications Ltd, 2016-12)
[No abstract avalieble]
International law for survival: teaching international law in the late Ottoman Empire (1859-1922)
(Cambridge Univ Press, 2015-06)
This article analyses the teaching of international law in the late Ottoman Empire. It argues that the Ottomans were interested in teaching European international law to equip Ottoman bureaucrats with the skills necessary ...
Turkish foreign policy after the 'Arab Spring': from agenda-setter state to agenda-entrepreneur state
(Routledge Journals, Taylor & Francis Ltd, 2014)
This article explores Turkey's changing foreign policy approach towards the Middle East after the spread of the Arab upheavals to Syria. Instead of preserving the status quo, Ankara has turned to a revisionist state that ...
Another lesson learned in Afghanistan: the concept of cultural intelligence
(Routledge Journals, Taylor & Francis Ltd, 2017)
Culture has recently become a significant aspect of military operations; the ability to win hearts and minds' of a local population is gained through cultural awareness, a product of cultural intelligence. This article ...