The Politics of Modern Turkey: Major issues and themes in contemporary Turkish politics, Volume 4
William M. Hale, Ali Çarkoğlu
Routledge, 2008 - Turkey - 420 pages
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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Turkish political parties and the EU discourse
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