Turkish Foreign Policy in Post Cold War Era
With the end of Cold War discipline the world has entered a new era. Parameters have changed; new handicaps as well as new opportunities have been created for countries. Turkey as a neighbor of former USSR, a member of NATO and located at the center of a sensitive region covered by Caucasus, Balkans and Middle East, has been affected by the end of Cold War radically. Turkey has lost some of her bargaining cards in the new era and therefore has needed new arguments. This need encouraged Turkey to take active steps in Post Cold War era. This book analyzes Turkey s relations with US, EU, Balkans, Middle East, Caucasus, Central Asia, Russia, China and Japan. At the same time, effects of economic crises and domestic developments on foreign policy, Turkish model in Turkish foreign policy, water conflict and Kurdish problem are analyzed as well. To conclude, it is possible to argue that although Turkey lost some of her bargaining cards in Post Cold War era, new developments pushed Turkey to the center of world politics rather then to periphery. Contributors: Meliha Benli Altunisik, Deniz Ülke Aribogan, Hüseyin Bagci, Idris Bal, Zeyno Baran, Fulya Kip Barnard, Erol Bulut, Ibrahim S. Canbolat, Saziye Gazioglu, Ramazan Gözen, Saban Kardas, H. Bülent Olcay, Cengiz Okman, Henry E. Paniev, Victor Panin, Dirk Rochtus, Faruk Sönmezoglu, Gül Turan, Ilter Turan, Mustafa Türkes, Nasuh Uslu.
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TurkeyUSA Relations and Impacts of 2003 Iraq War
The European Union and Turkey
Turkestroika as Precondition for Turkeys European Dream
Turkey and the Caucasus
Turkeys Relations with the Turkic Republics
Turkish Model as a Foreign Policy Instrument in Post Cold War Era The Cases of Turkic Republics and the Post September 11th Era
Instability in the Middle East and the Relevant Role of the PKK
Turkeys Middle East Challenges Towards a New Beginning?
Politics of the Euphrates and Tigris Waters
Opening the Closed Window to the East Turkeys Relations with East Asian Countries
Post September 11 Impact The Strategic Importance of Turkey Revisited
The Role of Turkish Migration and Migrants in Turkeys Relations With the ECEU
Turkish Foreign Policy towards the Balkans Quest for Enduring Stability and Security
The Cyprus Question Between 1974 and 2004 and Its Relation to Turkish Foreign Policy
Turkey and Russia
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Стр. 97 - Following the emergence of two superpowers, the United States and the Soviet Union at the end of the war, Turkey was to choose the side of the United States and the West in the new bi-polar system.
Стр. 273 - United States assistance under this or any other Act (other than assistance under title V of this Act) may not be provided to the Government of Azerbaijan until the President determines, and so reports to the Congress, that the Government of Azerbaijan is taking demonstrable steps to cease all blockades and other offensive uses of force against Armenia and Nagorno-Karabakh.".
Стр. 192 - Where, in pursuance of this Treaty, the Council acts on a proposal from the Commission, unanimity shall be required for an act constituting an amendment to that proposal.
Стр. 350 - Armed with an arsenal of these weapons of terror, and seated atop 1 0 percent of the world's oil reserves, Saddam Hussein could then be expected to seek domination of the entire Middle East, take control of a great portion of the world's energy supplies, directly threaten America's friends throughout the region, and subject the United States or any other nation to nuclear blackmail.
Стр. 192 - The Members of the Commission shall, in the general interest of the Community, be completely independent in the performance of their duties. In the performance of these duties, they shall neither seek nor take instructions from any Government or from any other body.
Стр. 386 - ... power over it. New York has the physical power to cut off all the water within its jurisdiction. But clearly the exercise of such a power to the destruction of the interest of lower states could not be tolerated. And on the other hand equally little could New Jersey be permitted to require New York to give up its power altogether in order that the river might come down to it undiminished. Both states have real and substantial interests in the River that must be reconciled as best they may be....
Стр. 120 - The threats to national security have been altered by the demise of the Soviet Union and the end of the Cold War. The...
Стр. 384 - Watercourse States shall participate in the use, development and protection of an international watercourse in an equitable and reasonable manner. Such participation includes both the right to utilize the watercourse and the duty to cooperate in the protection and development thereof, as provided in the present Convention.
Стр. 220 - Bridge or Barrier? Turkey and the West After the Cold War', in Graham E.
Стр. 103 - In his speech at Ankara Esenboga Airport, said: When Saddam Hussein invaded Kuwait, Turkey acted courageously to ensure that aggression would not stand. And as the whole world knows, the international coalition could not have achieved the liberation of Kuwait without Turkey's pivotal contributions.