Turkey’s “Opening up to Africa”: From Idea to Full-Fledged Policy



Turkey’s ‘Opening up to Africa’: A Passing Fad or a Long-Term Strategy?
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This study aims to analyze Turkey’s refugee policies in mass displacement from Syria in the period from 2011 to 2019. Turkey exposed to one of the biggest refugee inflows due to the civil war in Syria and it initially implemented an open-door policy for the Syrian refugees. There are a few important underlying factors for this policy, which are determinative in Turkey’s refugee policy towards refugees. These are basically; requirements stemming from the international law and Turkey’s accession process to Eu...
Turkey’s transboundary water policy : dominance of the realist paradigm?
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Water is the most vital natural resource on the earth both for human and other species to survive. However, water is a scarce resource like other natural resources. Along with its essentiality for living things and natural life, water has been a key element for development in recent years. Rapid population growth, industrialization, global warming and climate change exacerbate water scarcity and water related conflicts especially in arid and semi-arid parts of the world. Therefore, water problem increasingl...
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Turkey’s Soft Power in a Comparative Context
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This chapter focuses on the soft power of Turkey, comparing its engagements with the states of the South Caucasus (and Central Asia) to the countries of the Middle East. The chapter argues that for Turkey, the use of soft power was a tool to re-establish relations with, and acquire acceptance in, its neighborhood. In the case of the South Caucasus, Turkey attempted to reconnect with a region that it was cut off from for a long time due to the Soviet era and the Cold War. In the Middle East, there was an eff...
Citation Formats
Ş. O. Bahçecik, “Turkey’s “Opening up to Africa”: From Idea to Full-Fledged Policy,” Anemon Muş Alparslan Üniversitesi Sosyal Bilimler Dergisi, vol. 9, pp. 173–179, 2021, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: http://dx.doi.org/10.18506/anemon.770432.