Mısır Dış Politikasının Toplumsal ve Bölgesel Temelleri



Charismatic Leadership in Egypt: Gamal Abdel Nasser
Altun, Tuğba; Altunışık, Meliha; Department of Middle East Studies (2022-12-28)
During the years between 1952 and 1970, Egypt was almost the most influential country in the Arab world. Gamal Abdel Nasser’s powerful image in the eyes of the Egyptians and among the Arabs in general as the president of Egypt at that time was influential. Nasser strongly supported Arab nationalism and unity in the Arab world. Also, he was passionately against colonialism and the bipolar system in the world. Therefore, he created a powerful charismatic leadership with his ideas and policies among the Arabs....
Palestinian security perspective: a literary analysis
Beşgül, Birce; Ünlü Bilgiç, Tuba; Department of Middle East Studies (2015)
This thesis aims to demonstrate how West Bank originated writers’ security perspectives are affected by Palestinian societal identity. In doing so, Suad Amiry’s Sharon and My Mother in Law and Nothing to Lose but Your Life and Raja Shehadeh’s Strangers in the House and Palestinian Walks novels are analyzed by using literary texture analysis. Israel’s societal security dilemma and social identity theories are used for theoretical explanations. It is claimed that due to the Israel’s societal security dilemma,...
Women's NGOs and Their Relations With the State in Egypt
Karaoğlan, Beril; Akşit, Bahattin; Department of Middle East Studies (2007)
This thesis is designed to analyze the relations between the Egyptian women’s NGOs and the state in Contemporary Egypt through the interviews conducted with members and administrators of eleven selected women’s NGOs based in Cairo. The main aim is to show how these NGOs with different aims and different working areas build their relations with the state, what kind of problems they face and how they cope with them as well as, if there are any, elaborate the relation patterns between the state and different w...
Meksika'da Kırsal Kalkınma Politikaları ve Mücadele Dinamikleri
Topal Yılmaz, Aylin (2009-11-15)
Turbulent years in Egypt, 2000-2011: social protests and their effects on the uprising of january 25, 2011
Oğur, Gülfer; Göçer Akder, Derya; Department of Middle East Studies (2019)
This thesis argues that the notion of an “Arab Awakening” in the Arab uprisings that started in Tunisia in 2010 and spread to Egypt and across the region is not a fair assessment. Protest movements had already been going on for many years in the countries where these uprisings took place. This thesis considers each of these uprisings to be a separate case and therefore argues that the processes that each country underwent should be evaluated within the framework of that country’s own internal dynamics. In t...
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M. Altunışık, Mısır Dış Politikasının Toplumsal ve Bölgesel Temelleri. 2022.