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  • A – Haber Röportajı: Suriye, Rusya ve Çin

    A – Haber Röportajı: Suriye, Rusya ve Çin

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  • CNN-Turk Tarafsız Bölge (2 Mayıs 2011)

    CNN-Turk Tarafsız Bölge (2 Mayıs 2011)

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  • Malmcom H. Kerr Award in the News

    Malmcom H. Kerr Award in the News

    AmerikaTürk Hurriyet Hurriyet2 Sabah  Sabah2 InternetHaber  Star  Radikal GazeteBilkent HaberTurk       Share on Facebook

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  • Atlas Tarih Röportajı – Kürt meselesinin tarihi (Ağustos-Eylül 2011)

    Atlas Tarih Röportajı – Kürt meselesinin tarihi (Ağustos-Eylül 2011)

      Röportajın Google PDF dosyasına buradan ulaşabilirsiniz Share on Facebook

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  • What to Expect from Turkey’s New Secular Leadership?

    What to Expect from Turkey’s New Secular Leadership?

      Political Reflection Quarterly. Volume 2, Issue 1. (Spring, 2011) H. Akın Ünver, PhD —   Turkey’s opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP) has been undergoing an important and profound transformation since May 2010, which began with the resignation of Deniz Baykal, the party’s chairman for more than 15 years, as a result of sex scandal allegations. Following Baykal’s resignation, […]

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  • Islam and democracy: American questions, Ottoman answers

    Islam and democracy: American questions, Ottoman answers

            http://fairobserver.com/article/islam-and-democracy-american-questions-ottoman-answers (requires registration) March 21, 2011 ——————— “Is Islam a ‘democratic’ religion?” “Is Islam compatible with democracy?” “What is the relationship between religion and governance in a Muslim country?” For the past decade, Americans have increasingly questioned whether Islam and democracy are compatible. What many participants to the debate do not […]

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  • Turkey’s Opposition Turns Social Democratic: Will the Turks Follow?

    Turkey’s Opposition Turns Social Democratic: Will the Turks Follow?

      By H. Akin Unver and Soner Cagaptay April 4, 2011 While the Turkish Justice and Development Party’s (AKP’s) record on democracy and foreign policy is less than perfectly in accord with European or U.S. preferences, the Turkish opposition has often appeared even worse, given its chauvinistic nationalism, shortsightedness, and anti-Western views. Signs indicate, however, […]

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  • Foreign Policy Association – Turkey blogs

    Foreign Policy Association – Turkey blogs

    Dear respected colleagues, As of March 2011, I am the ‘Turkey blogger’ for the Foreign Policy Association You can access FPA blogs through http://foreignpolicyblogs.com/   and Turkey blog specifically through http://turkey.foreignpolicyblogs.com/   Respectfully, Akın Share on Facebook

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  • Turkey’s Invisible Cold War: Islamist and Secular Communalizations

    Turkey’s Invisible Cold War: Islamist and Secular Communalizations

    Printer-friendly, full version: http://yalejournal.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/116115unver.pdf Turkey’s Invisible Cold War: Islamist and Secular Communalizations by H. Akın Ünver Yale Journal of International Affairs - Volume 6, Issue 1 Turkey’s September 12, 2010 constitutional amendment referendum was perhaps one of the most socially polarizing episodes in its modern history. The referendum, which received slightly higher-profile attention than a general […]

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  • Clash of Communities: Turkey’s Dormant Domestic Cold War

    Clash of Communities: Turkey’s Dormant Domestic Cold War

    Click here for the link to this article in the Political Reflection Quarterly Political Reflection Quarterly. Volume 1, Issue 4. (Winter 2010-11) H. Akın Ünver, PhD Turkey’s September 12, 2010 Constitutional Amendment referendum was perhaps one of the most socially polarizing episodes in its modern history. A slightly higher-profile voting than a general election, this […]

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