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For the people, against the elites: left versus right-wing populism in Greece and Turkey
(Taylor and Francis, 2020)
While the rise of populism has been a global trend in recent years, it has been prevalent in Greece and Turkey for longer, leaving a strong imprint on the politics of both countries. Left-wing populism has become one of ...
Imagining Turan: homeland and its political implications in the literary work of Hüseyinzade Ali [Turan] and Mehmet Ziya [Gökalp]
While scholarly interest in the influence of Tatar intellectuals on Turkish nationalism has been strong, less attention has been paid to the interactions between Russian Azerbaijani and Ottoman Turkish intellectuals. This ...
Between ethnic group and nation: Mihail Çakir's history of the Gagauz
(Sage Publications, 2021-08)
Following the 1918 annexation of Bessarabia to Romania, the Gagauz minority remained disconnected from centers of knowledge because of linguistic and institu tional barriers. In this context, Mihail Çakir, an Orthodox ...
Universal faith or Islamic denomination: on the struggle to define Alevism
(Oxford University Press, 2020)
The term “Alevi” is related to heterodox Islamic groups that have lived in Anatolia and its bordering regions since the introduction of Islam in the late eleventh century. It refers to a number of heterodox groups such as ...
The European Union in the Eastern Mediterranean in 2020: Whither strategic autonomy
(Wiley-Blackwell Publishing Ltd., 2021-09-13)
The Eastern Mediterranean has emerged as one of the new high-priority regions for EU foreign and security policy and an acid test for the EU's strategic autonomy. The monetization of the sizeable hydrocarbon reserves ...
Between citizenship and the millet: the Greek minority in republican Turkey
As one of Turkey’s non-Muslim minorities, Turkey’s Greeks have faced substantial pressures since the founding of republican Turkey. As its members could not claim their constitutional rights as citizens of Turkey, emigration ...