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International trade and strategic behaviour: a game theoretical analysis of the trade dispute between Turkey and Russia
(Routledge Journals, Taylor & Francis, 2017)
Starting from the premise that strategic interactions between countries influence trade policy decisions, this paper is a first attempt at exploring the possible outcomes of a trade dispute between Turkey and Russia, ...
What would normalisation of economic relations between Mashrek countries, Turkey and Israel imply?
This article examines the potential for economic cooperation among Mashrek countries, Turkey and Israel in the fields of trade in goods and services both separately and across-field. It first describes the macroeconomic ...
Turkey and the Middle East: frontiers of the new geographic imagination
(Routledge Journals, Taylor & Francis LTD, 2007-12)
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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 ...
Azerbaijan's Far Eastern orientation and South Korea
(Routledge Journals, Taylor & Francis Ltd, 2009-09)
This paper focuses on Azerbaijan's outreach toward East Asian countries and its relationship with South Korea. Despite their geographical distance from Azerbaijan, countries in the Far East, especially China, Japan, and ...
Dances with wolves: Russia, Iran and the nuclear issue
(Blackwell Publishing Ltd, 2006-12)
The Iran-Iraq War, combined with escalating tension with the United States, paved the way in Iranian security circles to new ideas on obtaining nuclear weapons to defend Iran in a hostile regional and international ...
Countering insurgency: Turkey's policy toward the PKK's transnational dynamics in Europe
(Routledge Journals, Taylor & Francis Ltd, 2018-01-02)
Insurgents often develop international connections and benefit from external assistance from a variety of sources. Support from diaspora communities has long been considered one of the critical external factors in the ...
Ontological insecurity, anxiety, and hubris: an affective account of Turkey-KRG relations
(International Relations Council of Turkey, 2022-03-10)
Given Iraqi Kurds’ special place in Turkey’s ‘biographical narrative’, Turkey-Iraqi Kurdish Regional Government (KRG) relations are not simply strategic or economic but also highly affectively charged. These relations ...