Turkey European Integration versus Pan Turkism



Turkey's Changing Middle Eastern Policy
Altunışık, Meliha ( Sapain: UNISCI, 2010-01-01)
Turkey's globally important biodiversity in crisis
Sekercioglu, Cagan H.; ANDERSON, Sean; AKÇAY, Erol; Bilgin, Rasit; Can, Ozgun Emre; Semiz, Gurkan; Tavsanoglu, Cagatay; Yokes, Mehmet Baki; Soyumert, Anil; Ipekdal, Kahraman; Saglam, Ismail K.; Yücel, Mustafa; Dalfes, H. Nuzhet (2011-12-01)
Turkey (Turkiye) lies at the nexus of Europe, the Middle East, Central Asia and Africa. Turkey's location, mountains, and its encirclement by three seas have resulted in high terrestrial, fresh water, and marine biodiversity. Most of Turkey's land area is covered by one of three biodiversity hotspots (Caucasus, Irano-Anatolian, and Mediterranean). Of over 9000 known native vascular plant species, one third are endemic. Turkey faces a significant challenge with regard to biodiversity and associated conservat...
Turkey's export competitiveness in the EU-15 market
Ekmen Özçelik, Seda; Erlat, Güzin; Department of Economics (2012)
The purpose of this thesis is to empirically explore the characteristics of the monetary transmission mechanism, with a particular emphasis on the role of banks, in Turkey. By looking at the banking sector at the micro level and exploiting dynamic panel data modeling approaches, the heterogeneity in banks’ response in terms of their lending and risk-taking to changes in policy interest rates is analyzed. The first essay is an empirical analysis of the bank lending channel of monetary transmission. In this r...
Turkey's relations with Southern Caucasus States since 2008 Russian Georgian War
Cindi, Eylem Yaşam; Tanrısever, Oktay Fırat; Department of International Relations (2013)
This thesis analyzes Turkey’s relations with Southern Caucasus States after 2008 Russian Georgian War. Providing a historical background of Turkish policy towards Caucasus after the breakup of Soviet Union and during 2008 Russian Georgian war, it aims at giving a comprehensive framework of Turkey’s approaches to Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia and the thesis will also discuss how the Turkish foreign policy evolves in its stance towards Caucasus. It also seeks to examine the impacts of Russian-Georgian War i...
Turkey’s foreign policy towards Kazakhstan in the post-soviet period
Dastan, Almen; Kuşçu Bonnenfant, Işık; Department of Middle East Studies (2013)
This thesis is concerned with the policies and strategies of Turkey as a regional power. In this context, the main purpose of the thesis is to locate Turkey’s role in the system of regional relations and to analyze its level of influence in Kazakhstan. This thesis starts with a discussion of the origins and the historical analysis of Turkey’s presence in Central Asia starting from the dissolution of the Ottoman Empire and finishing with the end of the Cold War. A particular attention is paid to the bilatera...
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P. Köksal, “Turkey European Integration versus Pan Turkism,” 2006, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/78790.