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Violence and the Neoliberal Governing of the ‘Unwanted’
The case of Serbian Asylum Seekers in Germany
The right to asylum has been one of the most debated topics in European politics and media in the past years. However, this is not a novel topic all together. The post-World War II political climate in Germany provided for ...
Turkish Language as a Politicized Element: The Case of Turkish Nation-Building
The discussions about language started with the Tanzimat Period in a cultural sense in Ottoman Empire and these discussions, confined to the intellectual sphere, played a huge role in the awakening of Turkish nation-alism. ...
Domestic Politics and the Decision-Making Process in Turkish Foreign Policy
In the analysis of foreign policy decisions, domestic politics have been neglected for a long time. Scholars have focused on the international system as the main source of explanation. After the end of the Cold War, a new ...
The Community of Academics for Peace in Germany
How Frames and Identities Shape the Development of a Transnational Social Movement
In January 2016, a disputed petition by the group “Academics for Peace” in Turkey provoked the mass dismissal and criminalization of Turkey’s intellectuals. Many targeted academics have resettled in Germany and reorganized ...
Turkey's view on NATO through the scope of strategic culture theories (2009-2016)
This analysis examines and explains the way in which Turkey views its own NATO membership by making use of strategic culture theory, a constructivist approach to security studies. A strategic culture consists of a mixture ...