Global Security Watch-Turkey
A Reference Handbook
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This reference work chronicles the factors which have shaped the mindsets of the makers of Turkey's foreign and security policies from the foundation of the Republic in 1923. The authors provide not only meaninful explanations of past events, but also useful insigts into the current issues at the center of Turkish regional and foreign policies. They offer a concise overview of Turkish foreign policy and assess the position of the nation within the context of the war on terror, globalization, and more. Their narrative is supplemented by biographies of key decision makers, policies, and documents that illustrate the choices that comprise Turkey's past and present.
FOREWORD PREFACE ABBREVIATIONS PART ONE: NARRATIVE 1...From the Khanates in Central Asia to the Republic in Anatolia 2...Foreign Policy of the Young Republic Under Atatrk and nn: The Interwar Period 3... Cold World War period and Turkeys Place in the West 4... Turkeys foreign and security policies in the post-Cold War: the neighborhood 5... Turkeys foreign and security policies in the post-Cold War: the alliances 6... Redefinition of Turkeys Relations with its Strategic Partners United States and Israel in the post-9/11 Period 7... The state of affairs in Turkeys relations with its Neighbors PART TWO: BIOGRAPHIES PART THREE: APPENDICES & INDEX 1. Appendix A: Bibliography 2. Appendix B: Annotated Bibliography 3. Appendix C: Chronology of Events 4. Index
Aysegul Kibaroglu is Assistant Professor of International Relations at Middle East Technical University. She is the author of Building a Regime for the Waters of the Euphrates-Tigris River Basin, (2002) as well as articles on this and related Turkish security topics.