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LĐBYA, ARAP BAHARININ SOLAN YÜZÜ Libya’da Kaddafi’ye karsı isyanların baslamasının nedenleri, ABD, Fransa ve Đngiltere ile baslayan müdahale süreci içinde, BM ve NATO’nun müdahale gerekçeleri, Londra Konferansı ve Libya Temas Grubu faaliyetleri ile Türkiye’nin tutumunun nasıl olduğu akademik bir panoramayla gözler önüne serilmektedir. Bu kitabın tüm hakları yazarına ve yayıncısına aittir. ISBN 978-975-267-620-6 Genel Yayın

                                    LĐBYA, ARAP BAHARININ SOLAN YÜZÜ               Libya’da Kaddafi’ye karşı isyanların başlamasının nedenleri, ABD, Fransa ve Đngiltere ile başlayan müdahale süreci içinde, BM ve NATO’nun müdahale gerekçeleri, Londra Konferansı ve Libya Temas

The resilience of the US–Turkey alliance: divergent threat perceptions and worldviews

Didem Buhari Gulmez To cite this article: Didem Buhari Gulmez (2020): The resilience of the US–Turkey alliance: divergent threat perceptions and worldviews, Contemporary Politics, DOI: 10.1080/13569775.2020.1777038 To link to this article: https://doi.org/10.1080/13569775.2020.1777038

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The People’s Republic of China and Taiwan Relations

Peeling Turkey Away from Russia’s Embrace: A Transatlantic Interest

: “I am gonna make him an offer which he can’t refuse”[i] Huseyin Oylupinar PhD in History and Cultural Studies, MA in International Relations, Academic Adviser in Eastern European Affairs, Foreign Policy Institute (Ankara) Formerly Founder and Resident Researcher of Turkish-Ukrainian-Crimean Tatar Studies Program at Harvard University[ii] oylupina@ualberta.ca @oylupinar Brute use of force and threats