The Evolution of the Straits question from Lausanne to Montreux



The evolution of central Eurasia policy of the US in the post-Soviet era and the geopolitics of the Caspian oil
Değer, Deniz; Altunışık, Meliha; Department of International Relations (2006)
The objective of this thesis is to analyze the US Central Eurasia Policy in the period between 1991 and 2006. Within this context, the purpose is to figure out the foremost motive behind the US’s strategic engagement in the region with a due regard to changing geopolitical context with the demise of the Soviet Union. The main argument rests upon the assumption that the US regional policy is primarily motivated by geopolitical imperatives as the Central Eurasian region becomes the primary springboard for the...
The Evolution of Grain Policy: The Ottoman Experience
Agir, Seven (2013-03-01)
Ottoman reformers' re-organization of the grain trade during the second half of the eighteenth century had two components—the creation of a centralized institution to supervise transactions and the replacement of the fixed price system with a more flexible one. These changes were not only a response to strains on the old system of provisioning, driven by new geopolitical conditions, but also a consequence of an increased willingness among the Ottoman elite to emulate the economic policies of successful riva...
The Impact of the Turkic Council (TURKKON) on Developing/Improving Relations between Turkey and Central Asia
Kuşçu Bonnenfant, Işık; Ayata, Ayşe; Şentürk, Sezin; Doğangün, Huriye Gökten; Gürsoy Erdenay, Hazar Ege; Karadağ, Yelda(2016-12-31)
Turkey welcomed the independence of the Central Asian republics with great excitement in terms of the potential opportunities for Turkey in the region. Immediately after the Soviet disintegration and the subsequent independence of the former Soviet republics of Central Asia, Turkish foreign policy evolved in a direction to initiate integration efforts with these countries. Turkey took the lead in designing cooperation mechanisms among the countries of Central Asia. Established in 2009 as the most comprehen...
The reconstruction of europe from post-ww ii to post-cold war
Atılgan, Yonca; Yurdusev, Ahmet Nuri; Department of European Studies (2008)
The reconstruction of Europe’ is a subject covering a quite long period that has seen various outstanding historical events changing the geography and power distribution in Europe, and in the politics of international relations within a general framework. This study underlines the impact of geopolitical setting in the post-WW II and the post-Cold War periods to understand the acts of actors and related outcomes in the reconstruction of Europe. By the comparison of reconstructive acts and ingredients of the ...
The evolution of 'new' Labour's European Policy : Europe as the 'New Jerusalem'
Keser, Hasan; Yalman, Osman Galip; Department of European Studies (2006)
British Labour Party’s attitudes and policies towards European integration have historically oscillated between varying degrees of support for concrete integration steps and obstinate opposition to it. A major and pronounced volte-face on European policy occurred after 1983 and the aim of this study is to locate the causes of this shift in European policy and its subsequent course under ‘New’ Labour period. The causes and motivations are searched within the general transformation of the party and they are a...
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M. Türkeş, “The Evolution of the Straits question from Lausanne to Montreux,” 2017, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: