Neo-Ottomanist Hegemonic Order and its Implications on Ankara’s Foreign Policy in the Balkans

Egeresi, Zoltán (2019) Neo-Ottomanist Hegemonic Order and its Implications on Ankara’s Foreign Policy in the Balkans. PhD thesis, Budapesti Corvinus Egyetem, Nemzetközi Kapcsolatok Doktori Iskola. DOI 10.14267/phd.2019026

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Abstract

Probably the first questions that arise when one starts to depict Turkish foreign policy (TFP) towards the Balkans are ‘what does Turkey really do in the region and what does it really want to achieve?’ which practically means that research may focus on the tools and the object of Ankara’s external ambitions. Nevertheless, for the author, to reveal the cause seemed to be more relevant because it may provide a deeper understanding of Turkish foreign policy’s nature, motives and makes its prediction easier.

Item Type:Thesis (PhD thesis)
Supervisor:Csicsmann László, N. Rózsa Erzsébet
Subjects:International relations
ID Code:1059
Date:12 June 2019
DOI:10.14267/phd.2019026
Deposited On:31 May 2019 07:34
Last Modified:19 Jun 2019 11:26

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