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Both sides of Gallipoli 23 mars 2012

Posted by Acturca in History / Histoire, Turkey / Turquie.
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Geelong Advertiser (Australia) 23 March 2012, p. 25

Warwick Hadfield

A Turkish boy was taken to Gallipoli when he was just 10 years old. Now, with a PHD from Deakin University, he is taking Aussies on visits to the sacred battlefield. Warwick Hadfield reports. (suite…)

Within borders, beyond borders: the Bergama movement at the junction of local, national and transnational practices 14 janvier 2012

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PhD thesis (LSE) January 2012
Department Sociology of the London School of Economics

Baran Alp Uncu

This thesis sets out to examine how local environmental movements mobilize to engage a new intertwined national and global context in which capitalist globalization has intensified major problems, in particular social and economic inequalities and ecological degradation. (suite…)

Why keep complying?: compliance with EU conditionality under diminished credibility in Turkey 1 octobre 2011

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PhD thesis (LSE) October 2011
Department of International Relations of the London School of Economics

Naz Masraff

The widely accepted external incentives model of conditionality (EIM) argues that the rewards promised by the EU need to be credible for target states to comply with costly EU conditions. (suite…)