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Turkey-West relations : the politics of intra-alliance opposition / Oya Dursun-Özkanca, Professor of Political Science, College Professor of International Studies, Endowed Chair, Elizabethtown College.

By: Dursun-Özkanca, Oya [author.]Publisher: Cambridge, UK ; New York, NY : Cambridge University Press, 2019Description: pages cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781108726726Subject(s): North Atlantic Treaty Organization -- Turkey | European Union -- Turkey | Turkey -- Foreign relations -- 21st century | Turkey -- Foreign relations -- Western countries | Western countries -- Foreign relations -- TurkeyAdditional physical formats: Online version:: Turkey-West relationsDDC classification: 327.5610182/1 LOC classification: JZ1649 | .D87 2019
Contents:
Framework of itra-alliance opposition -- Turkish foreign policy in the western Balkans -- The Turkish veto over the EU-NATO security exchange -- The EU-Turkey deal on refugees -- Turkey's energy policies -- Turkish rapprochement with Russia in security -- Turkey's foreign policy on Syria and Iraq -- Turkey and the West : What Next?
Summary: "Turkey's strategic geopolitical positioning as a bridge between Europe, the Middle East, the Balkans, the Mediterranean, the Black Sea, and South Caucasus, and its religious, cultural, and historical affiliations with countries in its immediate neighborhood, make it an indispensable actor in European and transatlantic security. In the early 1950s, Turkey was so eager to join the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) that it fought in the Korean War and incurred heavy casualties. Subsequently, it has traditionally been well embedded in Western security infrastructures"-- Provided by publisher.
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Item type Current library Call number Status Date due Barcode
Books Books The BIAA David H. French Library
Shelf 63 - Reading Room
H2p DURSU 32537 Not for loan BOOKS-000000025415

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Framework of itra-alliance opposition -- Turkish foreign policy in the western Balkans -- The Turkish veto over the EU-NATO security exchange -- The EU-Turkey deal on refugees -- Turkey's energy policies -- Turkish rapprochement with Russia in security -- Turkey's foreign policy on Syria and Iraq -- Turkey and the West : What Next?

"Turkey's strategic geopolitical positioning as a bridge between Europe, the Middle East, the Balkans, the Mediterranean, the Black Sea, and South Caucasus, and its religious, cultural, and historical affiliations with countries in its immediate neighborhood, make it an indispensable actor in European and transatlantic security. In the early 1950s, Turkey was so eager to join the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) that it fought in the Korean War and incurred heavy casualties. Subsequently, it has traditionally been well embedded in Western security infrastructures"-- Provided by publisher.

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