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Turkey's changing transatlantic relations / [edited by] Eda Kuşku-Sönmez and Çiğdem Üstün.

Contributor(s): Kuşku-Sönmez, Eda [editor.] | Üstün, Çiğdem [editor.] | Aydın, Mustafa | Balamir-Coskun, Bezen, 1973- | Eralp, Atila | Ereker, Fulya Aksu | Han, Ahmet K | Ünaldılar-Kocamaz, SinemPublisher: Lanham, Maryland : Lexington Books, [2021]Description: 1 online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 179362559X; 9781793625595Subject(s): 2000-2099 | Political Science: Security (National & International) | Political Science: World / Middle Eastern | Diplomatic relations | Turkey -- Foreign relations -- United States | United States -- Foreign relations -- Turkey | Turkey -- Foreign relations -- Europe | Europe -- Foreign relations -- Turkey | Turkey -- Foreign relations -- 21st century | Europe | Turkey | United StatesGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Turkey's Changing Transatlantic RelationsDDC classification: 327.561 LOC classification: DR477 | .T87 2021Online resources: Click here to access online | Click here to access online | EBSCOhost
Contents:
Cover -- Turkey's Changing Transatlantic Relations -- Turkey's Changing Transatlantic Relations -- Copyright -- Contents -- List of Illustrations -- Introduction -- Chapter 1 -- The Evolution of Turkey's Transatlantic Relations -- Theoretical Framework -- Turkey's Transatlantic and Regional Relations during the Cold War -- The Impact of the End of the Cold War on Turkey's Role in Its Region (1990-2002) -- The Move to Soft Balancing Turkey's Transatlantic Partners (2002-2010) -- Conclusion -- Bibliography -- Chapter 2 -- Part of the West, Going on with the Rest? -- Conclusion -- Notes
First Decade of the 2000s: Loosening of the "Transatlantic" Tie in Turkey's Middle-Power Identity -- Turkey as a Middle Power since the Arab Revolts? The Revival of Hopes versus the Loss of the "Transatlantic" -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Chapter 5 -- New Pathways in Turkey's Security Relations -- Decisiveness of the NATO Frame for the Evolution of Turkey's Security Relations -- Drives for Turkey's Security Cooperation beyond NATO -- Turkey's Search for an Independent Arms Industry and Arms Exports to Non-NATO Countries -- Conclusion -- Note -- Bibliography -- Chapter 6
Grey Matters -- Theoretical Framework: Neoclassical Realism -- The Tangled Web of Syria: The Background of the Conflict -- The US-Led Coalition in the Syrian War -- NATO in the Syrian War -- Russia in the Syrian War -- From Vienna to Astana: Peace Talks to End the Syrian War -- Turkey's Syria Policy: Torn between the Transatlantic Partners and Russia -- The Kurdish Question in Turkey's Syria Policy -- Astana Talks and Sochi Accord: Sidelining of the United States? -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Chapter 7 -- The Transatlantic Approach to Middle Eastern Conflicts and Turkey's Role
Turkey's Foreign Policy toward the Middle East: A Historical Perspective -- The Transatlantic Approach to Middle East problems -- The Palestine Dilemma: Why Does "Jerusalem" Matter? -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Chapter 8 -- Turkey's Transatlantic Relations, Eastern Mediterranean, and the Changing Nature of Turkish-Greek Disputes -- The Contextual Framework: Internationalization of the Cyprus Issue through Means of Energy -- The Changing Nature of Eastern Mediterranean Politics and Turkey -- Turkey's Transatlantic Partners and the Turkish-Greek Disputes in the East Med -- Conclusion.
Summary: The effect of the transatlantic connection on Turkey's regional affairs cannot be understood through a narrow perspective. It needs to be studied with reference to diverse elements such as the domestic interests, worldviews and ideas of the decision makers, on top of all the structural factors at the global political arena.
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Notes.

Bibliography -- Chapter 3 -- Political Economy of Turkey's Transatlantic and Regional Relations -- Turkey's Transatlantic and Regional Relations in Neoliberal 2000s -- Turkey's Transatlantic and Regional Relations in Neoconservative 2010s -- Conclusion: After Neoliberalism and Neoconservatism -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Chapter 4 -- The Transatlantic Link in Turkey's Middle-Power Identity -- Identity, Interests, and Foreign Policies of Middle Powers -- Turkey's Middle-Power Identity: The Transatlantic Is in the Core until the 2000s.

Cover -- Turkey's Changing Transatlantic Relations -- Turkey's Changing Transatlantic Relations -- Copyright -- Contents -- List of Illustrations -- Introduction -- Chapter 1 -- The Evolution of Turkey's Transatlantic Relations -- Theoretical Framework -- Turkey's Transatlantic and Regional Relations during the Cold War -- The Impact of the End of the Cold War on Turkey's Role in Its Region (1990-2002) -- The Move to Soft Balancing Turkey's Transatlantic Partners (2002-2010) -- Conclusion -- Bibliography -- Chapter 2 -- Part of the West, Going on with the Rest? -- Conclusion -- Notes

First Decade of the 2000s: Loosening of the "Transatlantic" Tie in Turkey's Middle-Power Identity -- Turkey as a Middle Power since the Arab Revolts? The Revival of Hopes versus the Loss of the "Transatlantic" -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Chapter 5 -- New Pathways in Turkey's Security Relations -- Decisiveness of the NATO Frame for the Evolution of Turkey's Security Relations -- Drives for Turkey's Security Cooperation beyond NATO -- Turkey's Search for an Independent Arms Industry and Arms Exports to Non-NATO Countries -- Conclusion -- Note -- Bibliography -- Chapter 6

Grey Matters -- Theoretical Framework: Neoclassical Realism -- The Tangled Web of Syria: The Background of the Conflict -- The US-Led Coalition in the Syrian War -- NATO in the Syrian War -- Russia in the Syrian War -- From Vienna to Astana: Peace Talks to End the Syrian War -- Turkey's Syria Policy: Torn between the Transatlantic Partners and Russia -- The Kurdish Question in Turkey's Syria Policy -- Astana Talks and Sochi Accord: Sidelining of the United States? -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Chapter 7 -- The Transatlantic Approach to Middle Eastern Conflicts and Turkey's Role

Turkey's Foreign Policy toward the Middle East: A Historical Perspective -- The Transatlantic Approach to Middle East problems -- The Palestine Dilemma: Why Does "Jerusalem" Matter? -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Chapter 8 -- Turkey's Transatlantic Relations, Eastern Mediterranean, and the Changing Nature of Turkish-Greek Disputes -- The Contextual Framework: Internationalization of the Cyprus Issue through Means of Energy -- The Changing Nature of Eastern Mediterranean Politics and Turkey -- Turkey's Transatlantic Partners and the Turkish-Greek Disputes in the East Med -- Conclusion.

The effect of the transatlantic connection on Turkey's regional affairs cannot be understood through a narrow perspective. It needs to be studied with reference to diverse elements such as the domestic interests, worldviews and ideas of the decision makers, on top of all the structural factors at the global political arena.

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