NATO Türkiye İlişkileri Türkiye Kamuoyu ve Elit Algıları



NATO's Partnership for Peace (PfP) and Regional Security in Central Asia
Toktogulov, Beishenbek; Tanrısever, Oktay Fırat; Department of International Relations (2007)
This thesis aims to discuss NATO’s Partnership for Peace (PfP) program in Central Asia in terms of its role in promoting regional security. It focuses on the evolution of the cooperation between NATO and its Central Asian partners within the framework of the NATO’s PfP program, as well as the Alliance’s vision of security in Central Asia. The thesis argues that although NATO is active in Central Asia with its PfP programs, its engagement with the Central Asian states is mainly motivated by its own global se...
NATO in peace support operations: efficiency of intelligence and propaganda in Bosnia Herzegovina and Afghanistan
Aslan, Murat; Boyar, Ebru; Department of International Relations (2017)
This thesis examines the efficiency of propaganda and affiliated intelligence functions of NATO in peace support operations. For this purpose, the research scrutinizes the context of peace support operations, NATO’s conceptualizations of propaganda and intelligence, their practice in the field, and the shifts that have occurred in these conceptualizations. In order to analyse such issues, the NATO operations in BosniaHerzegovina and Afghanistan are examined in detail as case studies. Both cases are used to ...
Third-Country Participation to the European Union's CSDP: Turkey's CSDP Journey through Operations and Missions
Ergün, Şeyda Nur; Torun, Zerrin; Department of European Studies (2021-10)
The European Union has been moving towards strategic autonomy for years, and this effort has recently been more obvious. The EU's most visible actions in "global actorness" are arguably crisis management missions/operations. As an EU candidate for accession and a NATO Ally for over half a century, Turkey has been involved in the shaping of the European security and defense identity and policy. Turkey and the EU have had ups-and-downs in the accession process, and these have reflections on Turkey's interacti...
The Soviet territorial demands from Turkey: 1939-1946
Özkan, Remzi Öner; Tanrısever, Oktay Fırat; Department of Political Science and Public Administration (2010)
This thesis seeks to explore the Soviet territorial claims on Turkey during the period between 1939-1946. The main argument of this thesis is that the Soviet demands from Turkey during the World War II were expansionist in nature, as opposed to the view that they were defensive. The Soviet leadership formulated these demands before the German invasion of the Soviet territories when the Soviet Union did not have significant security concerns and maintained superiority during the war. This thesis is composed ...
Impact of Polish memberships in Nato and the EU on Polish foreign policy towards Russia
Bodur, Kadriye; Tanrısever, Oktay Fırat; Department of European Studies (2008)
This thesis examines the impact of Poland’s NATO and EU memberships on Polish foreign policy towards Russia by taking the historical background of Poland’s relations with Russia into account. The main objective of the thesis is to examine the change in Polish foreign policy towards Russia in the aftermath of its memberships in NATO and the EU in 1999 and 2004 respectively. The thesis argues that Poland has changed its accommodative approach towards Russia and started to pursue a more assertive foreign polic...
Citation Formats
Ö. Şenyuva, NATO Türkiye İlişkileri Türkiye Kamuoyu ve Elit Algıları. 2013.