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Turkey: a middle power in the new order
(Palgrave Macmillan, 1997)
This chapter analyses the role of middle powers in international politics in times of uncertainty and in regions which are marked by a high degree of instability. The focus is on Turkey’s role in the post-Cold War era in ...
Turkey: a neglected partner
(Palgrave Macmillan, 2011)
With the main focus of Barack H. Obama’s first foreign tour on multinational summitry (including the G20 summit in London and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization [NATO] meeting in Strasbourg), capping his itinerary with ...
The role of energy security in Turkish foreign policy (2004–2016)
(Palgrave Macmillan, 2017)
Energy security is a growing concern not only for Turkey but also for many energy-import-dependent countries. This chapter examines how the role of energy security in Turkish foreign policy is constituted by material ...
Europe and Turkey: Does religion matter?
(Palgrave Macmillan, New York, 2008)
Ever since Claude Lévi-Strauss, a social anthropologist, introduced the term “l’égo et l’autre” it has become very fashionable to apply the “Self” and the “Other” to international affairs as well as to history. Shortly ...
The Nabucco Project: implications for the EU strategic energy review
(Notre Europe, 2010)
Energy is a key issue of this year’s European political agenda. Article 194 (1) of the Lisbon Treaty states that the Union energy policy will aim – amongst others things – to “ensure the functioning of the energy market,” ...
Energy, security, and foreign policy
Next to national defense, energy security has become a primary issue for the survival and wellbeing of both developed and developing nations. A review of the literature shows how concerns for energy security acquired a new ...