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State of exception in the Mediterranean : Turkey and the Turkish Cypriot community / Nikos Moudouros.

By: Moudouros, Nikos, 1978- [author.]Contributor(s): ProQuest (Firm)Publisher: Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2021]Description: 1 online resource ( 283 p.)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 3030568733; 9783030568733Subject(s): | Since 1974 | Turks -- Cyprus | Partition, Territorial | Development studies | Politics & government | Political structures: democracy | Comparative politics | Social Science -- General | Political Science -- Political Ideologies -- Democracy | Political Science -- General | Partition, Territorial | Politics and government | Turks | Cyprus -- History -- Cyprus Crisis, 1974- | Cyprus -- Politics and government | CyprusAdditional physical formats: Print version:: State of Exception in the Mediterranean : Turkey and the Turkish Cypriot CommunityDDC classification: 956.9304 LOC classification: DS54.9 | .M68 2021
Contents:
Intro -- Preface -- Acknowledgements -- About This Book -- Contents -- 1 Introduction -- References -- 2 Turkey in Cyprus, the Exception and the Turkish Cypriot Opposition -- Defining Turkey's Role: Taming the Landscape of War and Ostracizing Cypriotness -- Defining the Partition: The Construction of Exception and the Creation of Opposition -- References -- 3 Claiming the Homeland in a "State of Siege" -- Social and Ideological Foundations of the State of Exception -- A Reminder of the Exceptional Status: Opposition Against Normalization -- The Failed Efforts to Restore the State of Exception
Nationalist Restoration and "Criminalization" of the Left -- References -- 7 Post-Cold-War Geopolitical Quests -- Re-Discovering the "TRNC" Through a "Great Turkic World" -- The Local Nationalist Reproduction of "TRNC" as a Security Provider to Turkey -- References -- 8 Alternative Geopolitical Visions -- The Turkish Cypriot Left Meets the Settlers? -- The Political Defiance of the Left and the Restoration of the Right -- Islanders Who "Do Not Die": Alternative Visions Beyond Integration -- References -- 9 Towards the Ideological Collapse of Partition (Taksim)
The Turkish Cypriot "Maraz" Paves the Way for Upheaval -- The Colonial Gaze and the Reactions of the "Indigenous" -- References -- 10 The Victory of the "Parallel Society" -- The Regime "Ate Its Halva"1 -- The Ideological Epilogue of Denktaş -- References -- 11 Conclusions -- The Post-Annan Period -- References -- Index
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Intro -- Preface -- Acknowledgements -- About This Book -- Contents -- 1 Introduction -- References -- 2 Turkey in Cyprus, the Exception and the Turkish Cypriot Opposition -- Defining Turkey's Role: Taming the Landscape of War and Ostracizing Cypriotness -- Defining the Partition: The Construction of Exception and the Creation of Opposition -- References -- 3 Claiming the Homeland in a "State of Siege" -- Social and Ideological Foundations of the State of Exception -- A Reminder of the Exceptional Status: Opposition Against Normalization -- The Failed Efforts to Restore the State of Exception

Nationalist Restoration and "Criminalization" of the Left -- References -- 7 Post-Cold-War Geopolitical Quests -- Re-Discovering the "TRNC" Through a "Great Turkic World" -- The Local Nationalist Reproduction of "TRNC" as a Security Provider to Turkey -- References -- 8 Alternative Geopolitical Visions -- The Turkish Cypriot Left Meets the Settlers? -- The Political Defiance of the Left and the Restoration of the Right -- Islanders Who "Do Not Die": Alternative Visions Beyond Integration -- References -- 9 Towards the Ideological Collapse of Partition (Taksim)

The Turkish Cypriot "Maraz" Paves the Way for Upheaval -- The Colonial Gaze and the Reactions of the "Indigenous" -- References -- 10 The Victory of the "Parallel Society" -- The Regime "Ate Its Halva"1 -- The Ideological Epilogue of Denktaş -- References -- 11 Conclusions -- The Post-Annan Period -- References -- Index

Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, MI Available via World Wide Web.

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