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Celik examines contemporary Turkish foreign policy to uncover patterns of. .My thanks also go to my husband, Douglas Levine, for his relentless encouragement and devotion, and m.

Celik examines contemporary Turkish foreign policy to uncover patterns of change and stability that developed after the easing of East-West tensions, the end of the Cold War, and the disintegration of the Soviet Union. This book would not have been possible without the invaluable advice and mentoring of Asher Arian and Howard Lentner who read many drafts and provided constructive criticism. My thanks also go to my husband, Douglas Levine, for his relentless encouragement and devotion, and my parents, Aliye and Metin Çelik, for their continual support. This project was also supported in part by a grant from the Institute of Turkish Studies in Washington, .

Contemporary Turkish Foreign Policy by Yasemin Celik Levine .

YASEMIN CELIK is Adjunct Professor in the Department of Social Science, Fashion Institute of Technology, State University of New York, New York City, where she teaches comparative politics. Close X. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter.

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This book purports to be a study of Turkish foreign policy and decision-making in the post–World War II er.

This book purports to be a study of Turkish foreign policy and decision-making in the post–World War II era. The author declares that her book explores the contention that Turkish foreign policy has been greatly affected by the end of the cold war (p. xi. Export citation Request permission. Do you want to read the rest of this article? Request full-text.

An examination of Turkish foreign policy, however, shows a high degree of continuity and stability. While Turkey's security environment has improved significantly during the 1990s, political and military considerations continue to drive Ankara's behavior. Furthermore, despite shifts in foreign policy behavior-such as closer relations with the former Soviet republics, active involvement in the Persian Gulf War, and military alliance with Israel-there have been no major alterations in foreign policy orientation

Building on what is perceived as a successful model of political and economic development, Turkish leaders are .

Building on what is perceived as a successful model of political and economic development, Turkish leaders are promoting regional economic cooperation and advocating new approaches to security in the area. Все результаты Поиска книг Google Об авторе (1996).

Yasemin Celik Levine. Professor of Political Science. Contemporary Turkish Foreign Policy. Greenwood Publishing Group, In. Praeger Publishers, Westport: 1999.

This revised and updated version of William Hale’s Turkish Foreign Policy 1774-2000 offers a comprehensive and analytical survey of Turkish foreign policy since the last quarter of the eighteenth century.

9 Yasemin Çelik, Contemporary Turkish Foreign Policy, Wesport, Conn: Praeger, 1999, p. 1. 100 HÜSEYIN BAĞCI, ASLAHAN ANLAR DOGANLAR rounded by many different neighbors with different characteristics, regimes. 100 HÜSEYIN BAĞCI, ASLAHAN ANLAR DOGANLAR rounded by many different neighbors with different characteristics, regimes, ideolo- gies and aims. Baskın Oran expresses that Turkey locates at the point in which world power axes divided world into two parts.

Celik examines how the easing of the East-West tensions, the end of the Cold War, and the disintegration of the Soviet Union affects Turkey's foreign policy. During the Cold War, Ankara's role as a front-line state in containing Soviet expansionism had greatly influenced its foreign policy orientation as well as its foreign policy behavior. As such, changes in the structure of the international system were bound to alter the ways in which Turkey interacted with other states in the post-Cold War world.

An examination of Turkish foreign policy, however, shows a high degree of continuity and stability. While Turkey's security environment has improved significantly during the 1990s, political and military considerations continue to drive Ankara's behavior. Furthermore, despite shifts in foreign policy behavior―such as closer relations with the former Soviet republics, active involvement in the Persian Gulf War, and military alliance with Israel―there have been no major alterations in foreign policy orientation. Turkey remains staunchly pro-western and the United States continues to be its most important ally. The post-Cold War era, however, also has brought an element of uncertainty to Turkish foreign policy and raises questions about its direction for the future.


Contemporary Turkish Foreign Policy download epub
Social Sciences
Author: Yasemin Celik Levine
ISBN: 0275965902
Category: Other
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Praeger (September 30, 1999)
Pages: 208 pages