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• #### Sacralisation: defying the politicisation of security in Turkey ﻿

(Verlag Barbara Budrich, 2018)
In early 2016, a small town called Kilis on Turkey’s southeast border became the target of unguided short-range rockets originating from an ISIS-controlled zone in Syria. Continuing over a five-month period, the attacks ...
• #### Saving Afghanistan: from poppy to pipeline ﻿

(Central Asia-Caucasus Institute, 2005-04-20)
[No abstract available]
• #### Schopenhauer’s theory of architecture ﻿

(Wiley‐Blackwell, 2011)
In contrast to the philosophers who can be associated with the classical tradition that goes back to Plato and Aristotle, Schopenhauer rejected the view that human actions could be subject to the direction of a controlling ...
• #### A scion of the Crimean Khans in the Crimean war: the allied powers and the question of the future of the Crimea ﻿

(Routledge, 2013)
[No abstract available]
• #### Secularization ﻿

(Routledge, 2016-09-22)
This article proposes three evolutionary games to study secularization. The games assume that there is a severe competition for a resource defined as the material wealth a society produces. Successful strategies emerge out ...
• #### Securing the ground through securitized 'foreign' policy: the Cyprus case ﻿

(Sage Publications Ltd., 2005-09)
Particularly since the beginning of the new millennium, the Cyprus issue that had hitherto been successfully securitized and bureaucratized has turned out to be the main 'discursive battlefield' of the polarization among ...
• #### Securing the Mediterranean, inventing the Middle East ﻿

(Routledge, 2017)
This chapter traces the entry, in the 1990s, into the world stage of the ‘Euro-Mediterranean’ as a subject of security in counter-distinction to the ‘Middle East’. Where the latter prioritized insecurities as experienced ...
• #### Securing the postcolonial ﻿

(Routledge, 2018)
This chapter considers the following question: Should 'security' be a point of departure when thinking about the postcolonial? In considering this question, it focuses on debates on cosmopolitanism and security. Cosmopolitan ...
• #### 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 ...
• #### 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 ...
• #### Security and military balance in the Black Sea region ﻿

(Routledge, 2010-09)
This paper analyses the current security challenges and military balance in the Black Sea region. The region, which has been going through vast political and economic transformations since the end of the Cold War, has ...
• #### Security dimension: a clash of security cultures? differences between Turkey and the European Union revisited ﻿

(Routledge Taylor & Francis Group, 2010)
• #### Security implications of Turkey’s march towards EU membership ﻿

(Palgrave Macmillan, 2006)
Contrary to what many believe, both inside and outside the country, Turkey’s march towards membership in the European Union (EU) may cause serious deficiencies in its security As a country which has traditionally taken a ...
• #### Security in the Arab world and Turkey: differently different ﻿

(Routledge, 2012)
The study of security, with its attention to relations of power, constitutes a suitable site for exploring how and why International Relations (IR) has evolved in the way it has outside “core” settings. By focusing on the ...
• #### Security through trust-building in the Euro-Mediterranean cooperation: two perspectives for the partnership ﻿

(Routledge, 2010-12)
Trust-building creates puzzles for analysts in relation to what kind of trust is built in world politics, between whom, and to what end. This article studies two types of trust in the Euro-Mediterranean Partnership: ...
• #### 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 ...
• #### Shades of diplomatic recognition: American encounters with Turkey (1923–1937) ﻿

(Brill, 2009)
• #### A short history of anti-Americanism and terrorism: the Turkish case ﻿

(Oxford University Press, 2002-09)
[No abstract available]
• #### A Short history of anti-americanism and terrorism: The Turkish case ﻿

(Temple University Press, 2003)
• #### Signalling in the Turkish-Syrian water conflict ﻿

(Sage, 1998)
This paper proposes a simple two-person game of one-sided incomplete information in extensive form to understand strategic choices made in the Turkish-Syrian linkage between water and terrorism. Turkish intelligence ...