Mass migration movements to Turkey: the cases of Turks of Bulgaria, Northern Iraqis, and Syrians
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This thesis analyzes the Turkish migratory responses towards three different mass migration movements, namely Turks of Bulgaria, Northern Iraqis and Syrians, to reveal similarities and differences. While doing so, it will design an analytical framework built on an existing study, explaining motives of the Turkish state responses. The thesis, by tracing the history of the given cases, will also try to demonstrate whether refuges are used as tools of Turkish Foreign Policy or not.