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Acturca Journal Watch October 2011 31 octobre 2011

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Acturca Journal and Periodical Review, October 2011

Compiled by Ozan Yigitkeskin

Acturca Journal Watch monitors leading scholarly journals for articles of particular interest to scholars of diplomacy, foreign relations, and international history on Turkey. It is updated monthly. (suite…)

Arab Awakening boosts Turkey’s confidence 31 octobre 2011

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Strategic Comments (IISS) Volume 17, Issue 8

October 2011

The popular uprisings that have swept the Middle East this year have forced Turkey to recalibrate its ambitions. (suite…)

Turkey and the Arab Spring 31 octobre 2011

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Henry Jackson Society Strategic Briefing (USA) October 2011, 15 pages

by Hannah Stuart *

In the last decade, Turkey’s pragmatic “zero-problems” foreign policy resulted in better relations and trade with its Middle Eastern neighbours. (suite…)

A 50-year journey for Turkey and Germany 31 octobre 2011

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The International Herald Tribune (USA) October 31, 2011, p. 3

By Souad Mekhennet, Istanbul

It was cold and wintry in Istanbul, that day in 1961, when Mehmet Ali Zaimoglu boarded a train to Germany carrying a small bag with a few items of clothing, his only pair of shoes and some beans and bread to eat on what he knew would be a days-long trip to a strange country. (suite…)