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  • Ak Parti Döneminde Türkiye'nin Ortadoğu politikaları; ekonomik ve kamuoyu yansımaları 

    Authors:Köseoğlu, Sinem
    Publisher and Date:(Kadir Has University, 2011)
    Birinci Dünya Savaşı sonrasında bağımsızlığını korumaya çalışan Türkiye, İkinci Dünya Savaşı'ndan sonra Soğuk Savaş'ın gereği olarak Batı ve ABD ile işbirliği içerisinde olmuştur. Soğuk Savaş süresince Türkiye, dış politikasını şekillendirirken ulusal güvenliğini koruma içgüdüsüyle hareket etmiş ve Batı ile olan ilişkilerini NATO üyeliği gibi faktörlerle pekiştirmiş, Doğu ile ilişkilerini oldukça mesafeli tutmuştur.Ancak 1960'larda yalnızlığını hisseden Türkiye özellikle 1970'lerde yaşanan petrol ...

  • The assessment of Turkey as a soft power :2009-2014 

    Authors:Oral, Gul
    Publisher and Date:(Kadir Has University, 2016)
    Soft power has been an influential concept in the field of international relations since it was developed by Joseph Jr. Nye in the 1990s. Even though the term was coined in order to assess American power in terms of its soft power resources such as values culture and policies it has been extensively used by politicians and scholars in different countries. The concept has also come into prominence in Turkey during the JDP period by highlighting a new foreign policy approach presented by Ahmet ...

  • Vacillation in Turkey's Popular Global TV Exports: Toward a More Complex Understanding of Distribution 

    Authors:Alankuş, Sevda; Yanardağoğlu, Eylem
    Publisher and Date:(USC Annenberg Press, 2016)
    Audience demand for Turkey's TV series has increased their strength in the regional market and beyond. By mid-2014 more than 70 Turkish TV dramas reached audiences in 75 countries. Some experts have characterized this as neo-Ottoman cool, referring to Turkey's growing "soft power" role in successfully combining Islam with democracy. However, survey data from 16 Arab countries, previous audience studies, and our in-depth interviews with Istanbul-based producers and distributors refute this. Neo-Ottoman ...