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Religion, Nationalism and Foreign Policy

Discursive Construction of New Turkey's Identity
  • By Craig Martin, Filiz Coban Oran
$136.79
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This book provides a critical discussion on how different discourses of nationalism in the Turkish media construct contested concepts of New Turkey's identity, which has great importance for mapping modern Turkey's place in the world of nations.

Drawing on a Discourse-Historical Approach, the author analyzes different discourses on Turkish national identity and foreign policy in Turkish media in the second term of the AKP government from 2007 to 2011, which was the period of consolidation of Muslim conservative nationalism in both internal and external relations.

By using three case studies, the Presidential elections in 2007, the launch of Kurdish Initiative in 2009, and the debate of axis shift in Western orientation of Turkish Foreign Policy in 2010, the book argues that not just AKP's Muslim nationalism has reconstructed new Turkish foreign policy, but also new Turkish foreign policy discourse has reconstructed Turkish nation's Muslim identity and reinforced Muslim nationalism.

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    Product Specs
    • SKU: 9781350270886
    • Author: Craig Martin
    • Author: Filiz Coban Oran
    • ISBN 13: 9781350270886
    • Publication Date: 01/01/2022
    • Format: Hardcover
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