The Politics of Modern Turkey: Major issues and themes in contemporary Turkish politics, Volume 4

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William M. Hale, Ali Çarkoğlu
Routledge, 2008 - Turkey - 420 pages
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A newly written introduction opens this collection, which brings together nearly seventy pieces of canonical and cutting-edge research covering all aspects of politics in Turkey from the end of the Ottoman Empire to the application for EU membership, a period of about eighty years representing one of the most dramatic modernization drives in any nation. Among issues covered are: secularism, democracy, US/Russian/Middle East/Turkish foreign policy issues, and the role of women in Turkish ...

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Contents

Turkish political parties and the EU discourse
3
perspectives
24
The intellectual roots of antiEuropean sentiments
49
Copyright

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About the author (2008)

Ersin Kalaycioglu is a Professor of Political Science and President of Isik University, Istanbul. Ustun Erguder is Director of the Istanbul Policy Center at Sabanci University. Ali Carkoglu is an Associate Professor at the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences at Sabanci University.

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