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Shifting Turkish Foreign Policy After the Syrian Crisis in 2011

Ahmed Abdou

Published by LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
ISBN 10: 365951621X / ISBN 13: 9783659516214
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Title: Shifting Turkish Foreign Policy After the ...

Publisher: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing

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Paperback. 64 pages. Dimensions: 8.7in. x 5.9in. x 0.1in.This book is about International Relations Theory. It argues that Neo-classical Realism gives a better explanation of world politics than the rest of themes of Realism. In addition, the book attempts to demonstrate this argument in the case shifting Turkish foreign policy after the Syrian crisis in 2011. Therefore, it addresses the real dynamics in which have led Turkey to threat to establish buffer zone in Syria. This includes the systemic constrains that are produced by the international system and the politics of great power, and the domestic politics inside the country, the domestic missile programs debate. Hopefully, you will obtain benefit after enjoy reading. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Bookseller Inventory # 9783659516214

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Synopsis: This book is about International Relations Theory. It argues that Neo-classical Realism gives a better explanation of world politics than the rest of themes of Realism. In addition, the book attempts to demonstrate this argument in the case shifting Turkish foreign policy after the Syrian crisis in 2011. Therefore, it addresses the real dynamics in which have led Turkey to threat to establish buffer zone in Syria. This includes the systemic constrains that are produced by the international system and the politics of great power, and the domestic politics inside the country, the domestic missile programs debate. Hopefully, you will obtain benefit after enjoy reading.

About the Author: Ahmed Abdou,Researcher at Duhok University. He has previously been educated in Nottingham University and the University of Mosul. His research on the role of structural system in shaping States? behavior. The context he works in Iraq, Turkey and Syria. His research is on the role of structural system in shifting States? in world politics.

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