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Turkey and Syrian Refugees: The Limits of Hospitality 7 novembre 2013

Posted by Acturca in Middle East / Moyen Orient, Turkey-EU / Turquie-UE.
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Report (Brookings Doha Center Publications) No. 28, Nov 2013             Türkçe
The Brookings Institution and the International Strategic Research Organization (USAK)

By Osman Bahadır Dinçer, Vittoria Federici, Elizabeth Ferris, Sema Karaca, Kemal Kirişci and Elif Özmenek Çarmıklı

On April 29, 2011, the first Syrian refugees crossed the border into Turkey. Two years later, the country hosts some 600,000 Syrian refugees—200,000 of them living in 21 refugee camps with an additional 400,000 living outside of the camps. (suite…)

Muslim Politics Without an « Islamic » State: Can Turkey’s Justice and Development Party Be a Model for Arab Islamists? 28 février 2013

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Policy Briefing (Brookings Doha Center Publications) No. 23, February 2013

By Ahmet T. Kuru *

As Islamist parties assume power in Egypt, Tunisia, and Morocco, many – in both the West and the region – have turned to the experience of Turkey’s pro-Islamic Justice and Development Party (AKP) for lessons on negotiating the relationship between Islam and the state. (suite…)