NATO as a transforming alliance and prospects for expansion

Harputlu, Sibel


NATO-EU security relations in the post-9/11 security era /
Adams, Mohammed Sanusi; Tayfur, Mehmet Fatih; Department of International Relations (2014)
This thesis analyses the Ghanaian cocoa sector from the lens of International Political Economy. The essay examined the evolution of Politics, economics and social structures and the foreign policy of Ghana from pre-independence (1890s) to post-independence era (2012). The cocoa sub-sector of the Ghanaian economy, which has been a major source of wealth in contemporary Ghana, is the focus of analysis. The question ‘’Cui bonno?’’ Or ‘’who benefits?’’ is central to the investigation as the study tried to iden...
NATO-EU security relations in the post-9/11 security era /
Onyeador, Ikenna Ifeanyichukwu; Kahraman, Sevilay; Department of International Relations (2014)
The objective of this study is to thoroughly examine the relationship between the EU and NATO in dealing with the challenges of the post-9/11 international security environment. In doing so, the following questions are addressed: How have both organizations come to define themselves as crucial security actors within a globally transforming security agenda? How effective has cooperation been so far in dealing with these various emerging security related issues in practice as outlined by their security strate...
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 s Efforts in the Fight against Terrorism
Tanrısever, Oktay Fırat (2016-05-13)
Nato's extending relations with East-Central European States: The case of Hungary
Tüzünkan, Murat; Türkeş, Mustafa; Department of International Relations (1998)
Citation Formats
S. Harputlu, “NATO as a transforming alliance and prospects for expansion,” Middle East Technical University, 1996.