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    • Debates on the future role of nuclear weapons 

      Özer, Özkan (Bilkent University, 2002)
      Nuclear weapons are the most destructive power of the world, because of their inherited and unique potential capability to destroy the humanity in a matter of minutes. While some experts have perceived them as the main ...
    • Dynamics of the alliance between Turkey and USA : the South Caucasus case 

      Ayhan, Halil Sıddık (Bilkent University, 2003)
      With the collapse of the Soviet Union, the South Caucasus presented several opportunities and challenges in the political, economic and military domains to the US as the unique superpower of the world, and to Turkey as ...
    • The impacts of non-statist threats on alliance cohesion : Turkish-American case 

      Yılmaz, Yasemin (Bilkent University, 2017-09)
      There is a complex web of alliances formed against a range of actors from states to NSAs and diversified agenda of threats from statist to non-statist. This thesis aims to explore the changing nature of alliances in light ...
    • Minimum resale price maintenance in EU in the aftermath of the US leegin decision 

      Hazıroğlu, E. C.; Gökatalay, S. (Springer New York LLC, 2016)
      Leegin decision of the Supreme Court in 2007 affirmed that minimum RPM was to be evaluated under the rule of reason henceforth. Conversely, minimum RPM retains its position as a hard-core restraint in EU’s BER 2010 and the ...