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The quest to end marginalization: Jordan's diversifying alignments in the post-Arab Spring era
Altunışık, Meliha; Koprulu, Nur (2024-01-01)
Since 2017 Jordan has been diversifying its alignments while its relations with its traditional backers have become tenser. Drawing upon the existing literature that explains Jordan's alignment choices, this article aims t...
Turkey’s ‘Return’ to Central Asia in a Shifting Global and Regional Context: New Opportunities and Limitations
Altunışık, Meliha (2024-01-01)
Turkey has been becoming more active in Central Asia recently. This activism entails increasing linkages in the economic, energy, and transport areas, as well as deepening cultural and political relations. Although there a...
Re-imagining International Relations: World Orders in the Thought and Practice of Indian, Chinese, and Islamic Civilizations
Yıldız, Tunahan (2023-12-01)
Uluslararası Düzen ve Kemalist Kalkınma Stratejisi Üzerine Bazı Düşünceler (1923-1938)
Türkeş, Mustafa (2023-10-28)
Kemalist kalkınma stratejisi eski uluslararası düzenin yıkılıp yenisinin inşa edildiği zaman diliminde uygulamaya konmuştur. Siyaset bilimi ve iktisat tarihi disiplinlerinin ortak alanına giren Kemalist kalkınma stratejisi...
The Indispensable Principle for Turkish Foreign Policy from Legacy to Future: Peace at Home, Peace in the World
Anılgan, Zeynep Şeyma (2023-10-01)
The Indispensable Principle for Turkish Foreign Policy from Legacy to Future:Peace at Home, Peace in the World Due to its geopolitical position, Türkiye located in an unstable and high-security risk geography. Because of r...
Mirastan Geleceğe Türk Dış Politikasının Vazgeçilmez İlkesi: Yurtta Sulh Cihanda Sulh
Anılgan, Zeynep Şeyma (2023-10-01)
Mirastan Geleceğe Türk Dış Politikasının Vazgeçilmez İlkesi: Yurtta Sulh Cihanda Sulh Jeopolitik konumu nedeniyle Türkiye, güvenlik açısından istikrarsız ve yüksek riskli bir coğrafyada yer almaktadır. Hızla gelişen bilgi ...
Stereotyping of the Middle East by Turkish Academics: How does Middle East Studies Education Work
Tür Küçükkaya, Özlem; GÖKYAR, MERYEM (2023-10-01)
This study aims to investigate how education might affect the stereotypes patterns related to the Middle East (ME), proposed by Turkish academics. To explore common stereotypes and stereotyping-knowledge links concerning e...
The Sources of Russian Foreign Policy Assertiveness
Torun, Zerrin (2023-08-01)
I TRENDS Security Politics and Artificial Intelligence: Key Trends and Debates 1
Bahçecik, Şerif Onur (2023-06-01)
This article delves into the academic discourse surrounding the security implications of artificial intelligence (AI). It highlights the lack of consensus on what AI truly encompasses, which poses challenges for regulating...
Lisel Hintz, Identity Politics Inside Out: National Identity Contestation and Foreign Policy in Turkey (Oxford University Press, 2018)
Yıldız, Tunahan (2023-06-01)
Lisel Hintz’s Identity Politics Inside Out: National Identity Contestation and Foreign Policy in Turkey is an empirically rich and theoretically well-designed account of Turkish foreign policy and domestic politics. It is ...
Kemalism revisited
Türkeş, Mustafa (ODTÜ İktisadi ve İdari Bilimler Fakültesi, 2023-6)
Kemalism is a topic that occupies national and international historiography and provokes fruitful and controversial debates. This paper has four objectives: firstly, to place Kemalism in its historical context; secondly, t...
China’s Leaders. From Mao to Now
Torun, Zerrin (2023-05-01)
Turkey and the Middle East and North Africa under the AKP: A Three Level Analysis of Foreign Policy Change
Altunışık, Meliha; Martin, Lenore G. (2023-04-01)
This article analyzes the significant foreign policy changes with respect to Turkey's relations with the Middle East and North Africa region within four relatively distinct periods of the two-decade rule of the Adalet ve K...
Democracy and Nationalism in Southeast Asia. From secessionist mobilization to conflict resolution
Torun, Zerrin (2023-03-01)
Syria: A Multifaceted and Challenging Crisis for EU Foreign and Security Policy
Tür Küçükkaya, Özlem (2023-02-01)
The Syrian civil war has been among the most intractable crises for the EU. An interplay of multi-level domestic and regional fragmentation and multipolar competition has constrained the ability of the EU and its member st...
The cultural dilemmas of uneven and combined development (UCD): ‘the biggest agony of the Turkish spirit’
Yalvaç, Faruk; Akcalı Yılmaz, Öznur (2023-01-01)
Recent studies of international historical sociology have focused more on the interaction between the political and economic aspects of the world system compared to its cultural dimensions. In this article we want to addre...
The League of Nations and Turkish political refugees in Greece in the early 1930s
Boyar, Ebru; Fleet, Kate (2023-01-01)
With the signing of the Ankara Agreement in 1930 between Turkey and Greece, the Greek government withdrew its open support for Turkish political opponents of the Kemalist government and expelled such figures from Western T...
Avrupa kimliği oluşumunda bir araç olarak futbol: Avrupa Birliği ve UEFA Şampiyonlar Ligi
Şenyuva, Özgehan; Göksel, Asuman; Irgalı, Can (2022-12-01)
Transnationalim and the Two Imperial Port-Cities of Asia: A Comparative Social History of İzmir and Shanghai in Global History
Tayfur, Mehmet Fatih; Ergenç, Ceren; Babayiğit, Burcu (2022-12-01)
The trajectory of a modified middle power: an attempt to make sense of Turkey's foreign policy in its centennial
Altunışık, Meliha (2022-11-01)
This article explores the general characteristics of Turkey's foreign policy in long duree by introducing the concept of a modified middle power. It argues that its historical legacy, the ambiguity of its regional belongin...
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