Eurasianism in Turkey Different Perspectives and Challenges

Contemporary Central Asia


Eurasianism in Turkey different perceptions and challenges
Köksal, Pınar (2010-01-01)
Eurasian Journal of Education Research: From the guest editors
Seferoğlu, Gölge; Stevens, Vance (2009-12-01)
Cosmopolitanism and nationalism in a globalized world
Yegenoglu, M (Informa UK Limited, 2005-01-01)
The disenfranchised subaltern groups of the South disappear from the current Anglo-American cultural studies discourse on globalization as their conditions are made synonymous with the diasporas in the First World centres. However, if we do not take the metropolitan situation as the sole important site of transnationality, but turn our attention to the lives of subaltern groups in the South we will gather a different picture of globalization. The essay discusses the various ways in which cosmopolitanism is ...
Europeanisation and Turkey-EU Relations: Three Domains, Four Periods
Alpan, Başak Zeynep (Palgrave Macmillan, London , 2021-01-01)
‘Europeanization’ is deservedly the most popular yet most volatile buzzword for Turkish politics. By taking stock of the conceptual framework of the Europeanisation literature and by referring to particular mechanisms and variants of Europeanization through an analysis of the domains of policy, polity, and politics, this chapter explores the Turkey-EU relations in four different phases between 1963 and early 2020. In this respect, in the first period (‘Europeanisation as Rapprochement’), Turkey’s ag...
Europeanization of minorities vs. minorities of europeanization: historicizing european identity
Ongur, Hakan Övünç; Yurdusev, Ahmet Nuri; Department of International Relations (2011)
The purpose of this dissertation is to answer ‘if we can live together?’, through establishing a historical approach towards the concepts of Europeanization, European identity and the rights of minorities. The main argument reads that within the historical understanding of Europeanization, it is theoretically impossible to speak of a common European identity that European peoples and societies could agree upon. The problem is that such impossibility cannot be explained by the mainstream political identity a...
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P. Köksal, “Eurasianism in Turkey Different Perspectives and Challenges,” Contemporary Central Asia, pp. 23–36, 2010, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: