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Security and citizenship in global South: in/securing citizens in early republican Turkey (1923-1946)
(Sage Publications Ltd., 2014-12-19)
The relationship between security and citizenship is more complex than media portrayals based on binary oppositions seem to suggest (included/excluded, security/insecurity), or mainstream approaches to International ...
What is the point about Sykes-Picot?
The Sykes–Picot Agreement (1916) became (in)famous once again following a tweet announcing a propaganda video by the group that call themselves the Islamic State of Iraq and al Sham (ISIS) declaring “the end of Sykes–Picot”. ...
The politics of studying securitization? the Copenhagen School in Turkey
(Sage Publications Ltd., 2011)
Copenhagen School securitization theory has made significant inroads into the study of security in Western Europe. In recent years, it has also begun to gain a presence elsewhere. This is somewhat unanticipated. Given the ...
Securing Turkey through western-oriented foreign policy
(Cambridge University Press, 2009)
How are Turkey's insecurities relevant to the analysis of its international relations? While it is interesting to look at how particular security concerns have affected Turkey's foreign policies at various moments in ...
Arguing against security communitarianism
Anthony Burke’s ‘security cosmopolitanism’ is a fresh and thought-provoking contribution to critical theorizing about security. In this discussion piece, I would like to join Burke’s call for ‘security cosmopolitanism’ by ...
The securityness of secularism? The case of Turkey
(Sage Publications Ltd., 2008-12)
Secularism is frequently portrayed as a security referent in present-day Turkey. But, what is it that makes secularism a security issue? Where are we to locate the `securityness' of secularism? Against prevailing accounts ...