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Güven Gürkan ÖZTAN, Türkiye’de Çocukluğun Politik İnşası
(Uluslararası İlişkiler Konseyi Derneği, 2014)
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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 ...
The Emergence of the Idea of 'International Law' in the Ottoman Empire before the Treaty of Paris (1856)
(Routledge Journals, Taylor & Francis Ltd, 2014-03)
The literature on the Ottoman Empire's position in the European states system generally considers the Treaty of Paris as a landmark event for the European states' recognition of the Ottoman participation in the European ...
The Role of Democracy in the Recognition of De Facto States: An Empirical Assessment
(Lynne Rienner Publ Inc, 2014-10)
De facto states are regarded as political authorities functioning within a certain territory without international legal recognition. However, de facto states aim to gain the recognition of other states in order to be ...
Measuring Assimilation: 'Mother Tongue' Question in Turkish Censuses and Nationalist Policy
(Routledge Journals, Taylor & Francis Ltd, 2014-10)
This article aims to examine how the Turkish census measures, classifies and interprets the languages spoken in Turkey. By examining the non-standardised relationship between 'mother tongue', 'domestic language' and ...