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INTERVIEW WITH DR. NIKOS CHRISTOFIS ON CURRENT ISSUES IN GREEK POLITICS AND GREEK–TURKISH RELATIONS

INTERVIEW WITH DR. NIKOS CHRISTOFIS ON CURRENT ISSUES IN GREEK POLITICS AND GREEK–TURKISH RELATIONS

upa-admin Aralık 20, 2019 0

Dr. Nikos Christofis is Associate Professor at the Center for Turkish Studies and the School of History and Civilizations at Shaanxi Normal University in Xi’an, China. He is also an affiliate researcher at the

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AUTOCRATIC REGIMES IN BALKANS AND THE EFFECTS OF POPULATION EXCHANGE BETWEEN GREECE AND TURKEY

AUTOCRATIC REGIMES IN BALKANS AND THE EFFECTS OF POPULATION EXCHANGE BETWEEN GREECE AND TURKEY

upa-admin Mart 21, 2016 0

Inter-war era can be observed as rise of authoritarianism in most of the countries of the Europe. However, one region pops right up to our mind is Balkans; being vulnerable and open to intervention.

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INTERVIEW WITH MS. MONIKA SCHMUTZ KIRGOZ

INTERVIEW WITH MS. MONIKA SCHMUTZ KIRGOZ

upa-admin Ocak 24, 2016 0

PREAMBLE Retrospectively, there is a country which is quite imperative for Turkey, that its cities are well known and frequently pronounced by Turkish students in primary school  almost  for a century  due to the

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KEMALIST NATIONALISM AND TURKEY’S KURDISH QUESTION: ETHNICIZATION OF THE CIVIC IDENTITY

KEMALIST NATIONALISM AND TURKEY’S KURDISH QUESTION: ETHNICIZATION OF THE CIVIC IDENTITY

upa-admin Nisan 28, 2014 1

Introduction Kurdish question, Kurdish problem or the Kurdish opposition has always been a controversial issue in Turkey since the foundation of the Turkish Republic in 1923 both on national and international levels. The problem

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THE TURKISH FOREIGN POLICY IN JUSTICE AND DEVELOPMENT PARTY ERA AND THE “AXIS SHIFT” DEBATE

THE TURKISH FOREIGN POLICY IN JUSTICE AND DEVELOPMENT PARTY ERA AND THE “AXIS SHIFT” DEBATE

upa-admin Temmuz 4, 2012 1

Abstract: Turkish foreign policy has gone through important changes since its establishment due to changing internal and international conditions. Even though its major orientation remained the same as well as its basic principles, the

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