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Insight Turkey Volume 14 Number 2 - Spring 2012 Ihsan Dagi

Insight Turkey Volume 14 Number 2 - Spring 2012

Ihsan Dagi

Published April 15th 2012
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291 pages
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TABLE OF CONTENTSEditors NoteEconomic Crisis: Turkish and Greek ResponsesThe 2008 financial crisis led to a rapid downturn of global output. The collapse of Lehman Brothers set in motion dormant forces in the lightly regulated financial sector andMoreTABLE OF CONTENTSEditors NoteEconomic Crisis: Turkish and Greek ResponsesThe 2008 financial crisis led to a rapid downturn of global output. The collapse of Lehman Brothers set in motion dormant forces in the lightly regulated financial sector and led to a series of bank mergers, nationalizations and takeovers in the US, the UK and elsewhere...From Arab Spring to Syrian QuagmireThe Assad regime has been playing all the diplomatic, political, and security cards it has accumulated over the past several decades. While keeping the violence under a certain threshold on a daily basis so as not to provoke immediate international action, the regime has benefited from the entangled and often conflicted international interests in Syria...The End of Military Tutelage in TurkeyWhat explains the rise and fall of military tutelage over Turkish democracy? This article argues that the militarys civilian allies, particularly in the judiciary, political parties, and the media, provided it with political power. The reason why these civilians supported the military tutelage over democracy was their ideological fears of Islamic reactionism, Kurdish separatism, and communism.CommentariesCharting Transitions in the Middle East: Lessons Learned from Tunisia and Egypt,Leila HilalThe Syrian Quagmire: Whats Holding Turkey Back?,Erol Cebeci and Kadir ÜstünMonetary Policy of Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey after Global Financial Crisis,Erdem BasçıInsight Greece: The Origins of the Present Crisis,Vassilis K. FouskasArticlesThe Rise and Fall of Military Tutelage in Turkey: Fears of Islamism, Kurdism, and Communism ,Ahmet T. KuruRefining the Story of the Financial Crises in Europe and the USA,Murat Yülek and Anthony RandazzoThe Political Origins of the Greek Crisis: Domestic Failures and the EU Factor,Dimitris TsarouhasThe Changing Dynamics of Turkeys Relations with Israel: An Analysis of Securitization,Ali Balcı and Tuncay KardasAn Unfulfilled Opportunity for Reconciliation: Israel and Turkey during the Arab SpringNimrod GorenRationalization of Turkey-Iran Relations: Prospects and Limits,Bayram SinkayaAmericas Asia-Pacific Strategy and Turkish-American Partnership,Kılıç Buğra KanatTurkey between Environmental Protection and Energy Security: A Regional Perspective,Çiğdem ÜstünBook ReviewsAllies with the Infidels, the Ottoman and French Alliance in the Sixteenth CenturyBy Christine Isom VerhaarenNicolas VatinThe Muslim Empires of the Ottomans, Safavids, and MughalsBy Stephen F. DaleChristine PhilliouTurkey: A Short HistoryBy Norman StoneWilliam ArmstrongThe Influence of the European Union on Turkish Foreign PolicyBy Özlem TerziLevent KirvalKurds of Modern Turkey: Migration, Neoliberalism and Exclusion in Turkish SocietyBy Cenk SaracogluSerhun AlActivists in Office: Kurdish Politics and Protest in TurkeyBy Nicole F. WattsMichael M. GunterThe European Union and Central AsiaEdited by Alexander WarkotschMaria Raquel FreireProducing Islamic Knowledge, Transmission and Dissemination in Western EuropeEdited by Martin van Bruinessen and Stefano AllieviAhmet Yükleyen