Post Tagged with: "Turkey"

The Unresolved Internal Struggle beyond the Turkish Coup

The Unresolved Internal Struggle beyond the Turkish Coup

Turkey’s redefinition of itself on the basis of a clear strategy and vision both internally and externally will determine the future nature of the Turkish political structure.

The Limits of Invoking Conspiracies: Comparing Turkey and Uzbekistan

The Limits of Invoking Conspiracies: Comparing Turkey and Uzbekistan

The Turkish government faces the prospect of having the country cast as a place of danger, a depiction with serious international, political and economic ramifications.

Review – Turkey’s Kurdish Question: Discourse and Politics Since 1990

Review – Turkey’s Kurdish Question: Discourse and Politics Since 1990

A rich analysis of the discursive construction of the Kurdish question within the Grand National Assembly of Turkey (GNAT), US Congress, and European Parliament.

Review Feature – The Armenian Genocide

Review Feature – The Armenian Genocide

The Armenian Genocide is now rarely front page news, but it roils in the background as Turkey continues to struggle with its very large non-Turkish Muslim population.

Using Civil War to Build an Authoritarian Regime: Turkey’s Policy towards Syria

Using Civil War to Build an Authoritarian Regime: Turkey’s Policy towards Syria

The AKP government’s policy towards Syria has produced repercussions affecting Turkey’s global relations and given rise to authoritarian tendencies in domestic realm.

The Post-Davutoglu Era in Turkish Foreign Policy

The Post-Davutoglu Era in Turkish Foreign Policy

Replacing Ahmet Davutoğlu will not end his strategic legacy and in the short run there will not be any radical shift over Turkey’s present foreign policy orientation.

The Future of Turkey’s Foreign Policy

The Future of Turkey’s Foreign Policy

Davutoğlu designed Turkey’s Syrian policy jointly with Erdoğan. The hand-picked Yildirim is expected to be a low-profile executive of Erdoğan’s directives.

A Berlin-Ankara Axis against Satire?

A Berlin-Ankara Axis against Satire?

In the context of a highly charged political environment, we are seeing that European values associated with free speech might just be more malleable than once thought.

Politics of the Turkish Conflict: The Kurdish Issue

Politics of the Turkish Conflict: The Kurdish Issue

There is still a weak civil movement and a growing number of people who wish to re-open the resolution process in search of peace and socio-political reconciliation.

Revisiting Turkey’s Protean Self vs. ‘Other’

Revisiting Turkey’s Protean Self vs. ‘Other’

‘Ontological insecurity’ provides a more accurate analysis of Turkey’s Europeanization project as an alternative theoretical perspective to realism and constructivism.

A Critical Contribution to Academic Freedom in Turkey

A Critical Contribution to Academic Freedom in Turkey

The majority of academics seem to fail to understand the relationship between the pressure on academic freedom and the neoliberal-conservative pressure on the labour force.

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