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Afghanistan's security: Political process, state-building and narcotics
Establishing political authority and constructing a state instrument would increase trust, which would contribute to stability.1 The lack of political institutions necessary for stability encourages the interference of ...
Al-Qaida, 'war on terror' and Turkey
(Taylor & Francis Ltd, 2007)
The new wave of international terrorism gained strength in the aftermath of the 9/11 attacks, threatening not only the USA and its allies but also, as seen in the latest incidents, a significant part of the world. Continuing ...
Modernization and gender: a history of girls' technical education in Turkey since 1927
This article is a historical analysis of Girls' Institutes in Turkey. These schools were established in the early Republican era in order to educate girl students to gender roles compatible with modernization and with the ...
The politics of population in a nation-building process: emigration of non-Muslims from Turkey
(ROUTLEDGE JOURNALS, TAYLOR & FRANCIS LTD, 2008-02)
Within the politics of nationalism and nation-building, the emigration of ethnic and religious minorities, whether voluntary or involuntary, appears to be a commonly occurring practice. After the collapse of the Ottoman ...
Citizenship and migration from turkey to Israel: A comparative study on Turkish Jews in Israel
(East European Quarterly, 2007-06)
EU enlargement conditions and minority protection: A reflection on Turkey's non-Muslim minorities
(East european quarterly, 2006-12)
The universal citizenship, dominance of the principle of equality in political culture, and limitation of official recognition only to non-Muslims as minority groups are key to Turkey's approach to the protection of ...