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Religion and ethno-nationalism: Turkey's Kurdish issue
(John Wiley & Sons, 2013)
One approach within the Islamic camp treats Islam, which emphasizes overarching notions such as the 'Islamic brotherhood' and 'ummah', as incompatible with ethno-nationalist ideas and movements. It is, however, striking ...
Nationalism and Islam in Cold War Turkey, 1944-69
(Taylor & Francis, 2014)
Our current knowledge on the history of Turkish nationalism during the Cold War is a blend of facts and myths. One of those myths is the argument that the Turks developed a special relationship with Islam following their ...
Exploring the roots and dynamics of Kurdish ethno-nationalism in Turkey
(Wiley-Blackwell Publishing Ltd., 2014)
Using comprehensive and original data derived from a recent major public opinion survey, this study examines an under-investigated aspect of the Kurdish issue in Turkey: the dynamics and factors behind Kurdish ethno-nationalism ...
(The Nixon Center, 2000)
[No abstract available]
From rival to collaborator: The curious case of resurgent nationalism in china
(T.C. Türk İşbirliği ve Koordinasyon Ajansı Başkanlığı, 2012)
In this article, first, the causes and the characteristics of the resurgent nationalism in China are examined. To that end, emergence of nationalism in China in the early 20th century, simply old nationalism, and reemergence ...
Monarchists against their monarch: the Rightists' criticism of the Tsar Nicholas II
[No abstract available]
Redefining the nation: the shifting boundaries of the 'other' in Greece and Turkey
While Greek and Turkish nationalisms have followed diverse historical paths, they share several features. Following the model of Zimmer, this study explores how inclusive and exclusive boundary mechanisms have shaped Greek ...
Inter-ethnic (In)tolerance between Turks and Kurds: Implications for Turkish Democratisation
Using public opinion survey data, this study investigates the determinants of inter-ethnic (in)tolerance among Turks and Kurds in Turkey. Our empirical analyses show that, compared with Turks, Kurds have a relatively higher ...
Minority debates on the future of the Ottoman Empire: Greek and Armenian nationalist thought
Nationalist revolutions claimed the secession of parts of the Ottoman territory and the establishment of sovereign nation-states. Greeks and Armenians were two among the biggest minority groups which straddled over a part ...
Imagining the Middle East: the state, nationalism and regional international society
(Bristol University Press, 2015-07-24)
The Middle East is commonly perceived as a zone of cultural and political differences within the global international society. Imagining the Middle East as a ‘unique’ region is not a new idea, but relocating this conception ...