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    • Opening the blackbox : the transformation of the Turkish military 

      Gürcan, Metin (Bilkent University, 2016-03)
      The existing research on Turkish civil-military relations (CMR) in general and on civilianization process since the early 2000s in particular tends to neglect the military side of the story. Despite the fact that the ...
    • Public opinion and attitude toward the military and democratic consolidation in Turkey 

      Sarigil, Z. (Sage Publications, Inc., 2015)
      The political influence of the Turkish military has substantially declined in the last decade, triggered by the European Union’s decision during the Helsinki Summit in 1999 to grant candidacy status to Turkey. This study ...
    • Securing the ground through securitized 'foreign' policy: the Cyprus case 

      Kaliber, A. (Sage Publications Ltd., 2005-09)
      Particularly since the beginning of the new millennium, the Cyprus issue that had hitherto been successfully securitized and bureaucratized has turned out to be the main 'discursive battlefield' of the polarization among ...
    • The Turkish military: principal or agent? 

      Sarigil, Z. (Sage Publications, Inc., 2012)
      One of the defining features of Turkish politics has been the strong influence of the military in civilian politics. However, since the early 2000s, we have seen unprecedented developments, substantially constraining the ...