AB-Türkiye ilişkilerinde göç politikasının belirleyiciliği

16. Ulusal Sosyal Bilimler Kongresi, 26 - 28 Kasım 2019


Russia's Asia-Pacific policy in the Post-Cold War era
Şavlı, Tülay; Tanrısever, Oktay Fırat; Department of International Relations (2012)
The purpose of this study is to analyze and discuss Russia’s Asia-Pacific policy after the end of the Cold War by focusing on Moscow’s bilateral relations with the major regional countries and its overall multilateral approach and policies towards the Asia-Pacific region. Contrary to the views of scholars who claim that Russia has already emerged as a major power in the Asia-Pacific, the thesis argues that Russia’s strategy of becoming a great power in the Asia-Pacific Region has significant limitations ste...
Comparative analysis of EU foreign policy in Syria with normative power Europe and realist power Europe
Konur, Banu Nesibe; Bağcı, Hüseyin; Department of European Studies (2019)
One of the most important of debates over the role of the EU in post-Cold War period has been the Normative Power Europe which is built on the idea that the EU does not act as traditional actors in terms of foreign policy and has a norm-setter and promoter role in post-Cold War period. The Normative Power Europe concept has been highly embraced by the EU Representatives, as well. However, the anarchic structure of the system can limit the actions of actors and acts as an important determinant in decision-ma...
The public opinion in the EU on Turkey's accession process for membership
Gürdağ, Hande; Kaya, Ahmet Raşit; Department of European Studies (2008)
The main aim of this thesis is to examine the perspectives of the European public opinion on the issue of Turkish membership to the EU. That way the question whether Turkish accession can be managed in a similar way to that of other enlargements will be better enlightened. This thesis will examine how the general public perspective is shaped or changed in the post Helsinki era. In order to determine the general tendencies of public opinion of EU, on Turkey’s accession; three approaches on the issue, British...
Towards a more interactionist approach on the changing dynamics and determinants of EU trade strategies
Güner, Selda Nil; Ege, Aylin; Department of European Studies (2012)
EU trade strategies which include multilateralism, bilateralism/inter-regionalism, unilateralism, and protectionism have displayed different trends in different time periods. Regarding the determinants of EU trade strategies, while institutionalist approach points to the roles played by core EU institutions, pluralist approach draws attention to the influence of domestic interest groups. Systemic approach, on the other hand, underlines the impact of external constraints or opportunities. Nevertheless, neith...
Activation policies during the EU candidacy process : an analysis into the profiles, experiences and expectations of turkish women attending labour market training programs
Özkan, Yazgülü Ege; Eren Vural, İpek; Department of European Studies (2013)
This thesis aims to inquire the profiles, experiences and expectations of Turkish women attending the labour market training programs. The latter emerged as one of the key dimensions of the labour market policies adopted by Turkey within the EU candidacy process, in order to raise its female labour force participation rates which is well below the EU standards. The study first reviews the status of Turkish women in the labour market. It then locates the development of the activation approach in labour marke...
Citation Formats
B. Kale Lack, “AB-Türkiye ilişkilerinde göç politikasının belirleyiciliği,” presented at the 16. Ulusal Sosyal Bilimler Kongresi, 26 - 28 Kasım 2019, Ankara, Türkiye, 2020, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/86670.