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TÜBİTAK /SOBAG 1001 Projesi / Proje No. 112K172
Türkiye'de Dış Politika Krizlerinde Karar Verme ve Kriz Yönetimi Süreç Analizi

Analyzing Foreign Policy Crises in Turkey Conceptual, Theoretical and Practical Discussions

  • Analysing Foreign Policy Crises in Turkey

    Analyzing Foreign Policy Crises in Turkey
    Conceptual, Theoretical and Practical Discussions
    Editor(s): Fuat Aksu, Helin Sarı Ertem
    Contributors: Fuat Aksu, Helin Sarı Ertem, Aydın Şıhmantepe, Ümran Gürses, Süleyman Güder, Tuğçe Kafdağlı Koru, Zehra Gürsoy, Laçin İdil Öztığ, Gencer Özcan, Ayşe Küçük


    Book Description

    This collection explores foreign policy crises and the way the states/leaders deal with them. Being at the juncture of a highly sensitive political zone, consisting of the Middle East, Europe and Central Asia, the Republic of Turkey has been the subject of various foreign policy crises since its foundation. These political, military, economic or humanitarian crises were triggered either by the states themselves or by the NGOs and armed non-state actors.

    By examining literature in the field of foreign policy crises literature, this volume scrutinizes some of the most prominent Turkish foreign policy crises. Among these, there are protracted crises such as that of Cyprus and the Aegean Sea; a humanitarian one such as the 1989 migration of the Bulgarian Turks; an NGO-triggered crisis, such as the Mavi Marmara Confrontation; and an ongoing case such as the Syrian civil war. Looking at these crises from various aspects, the text sheds light on whether, or how, the reactions of the Turkish ruling elite change while trying to manage these crises. The book is a timely contribution to literature in the field of Politics and International Relations and will be useful to academics, diplomats and historians interested in foreign policy crises in general and Turkish foreign policy crises in particular.


    ISBN-13: 978-1-4438-5025-4 

    ISBN-10: 1-4438-5025-X

    Date of Publication: 01/04/2017 

    Pages / Size: 270 / A5

    Price: £61.99

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Türk Dış Politikasında Karar Alma ve Kriz Yönetimi Süreç Analizi

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    Fuat Aksu, Türk Dış Politikasında Karar Alma ve Kriz Yönetimi Süreç Analizi, İstanbul: Dış Politika ve Kriz İncelemeleri Yay., 2017

    Yayın Yılı : 1. Baskı, Ocak 2017
    Yayın Yeri : İstanbul
    Baskı Türü : E-kitap
    ISBN : 978-605-82965-0-3
    ISBN : 978-975-605-82965-8
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ecpr20161Bu yıl Prag'da düzenlenen ECPR 2016 General Conference'da proje ekibinden arkadaşlarımızla Türkiye'nin Dış Politika Krizlerine ilişkin bulgularımızı ve güncel kriz örneklerimizden örnekleri tartışmaya açtık.

"Avoiding or Triggering War: Crisis Management Strategies in Turkish Foreign Policy" başlıklı Panelde aşağıdaki başlıklarda sunumlar gerçekleştirildi:


Section: International Relation
Panel Number: P469
Panel Chair: Fuat Aksu / Yildiz Technical University
Panel Co-Chair: Aydin Sihmantepe / Yildiz Technical University
Panel Discussant: Gencer Özcan /Istanbul Bilgi University 
In the crises of the post-1990 era that arouse in regional sub-systems, the operational codes and leadership qualities of the national decision-makers were remarkably effective, alongside the structural changes and conditions in the system. Focusing on the foreign policy crises that Turkey has been involved, this panel aims to consider the discussions regarding the role and impact of parameters in the shaping of foreign policy decisions of states. Relying on the framework proposed by Neoclassical Realism, questions about how the foreign policy preferences of states are shaped, through which instruments and methods the decisions taken are implemented, according to which norms and principles the decisions are justified and how their impact is observed are analysed through contemporary cases.
In the escalation of crises, whether horizontal or vertical, the personality traits of the political decision makers are influential –as well the material power capacities of the actors, or whether they have justifiable excuses. In defining crises, scholars including Hermann (1972), Brecher ve Wilkenfeld (2003), George (1991), Lehman (2011) and Williams (1976) emphasize how the statement and/or actions that trigger a crisis constitute a threat with regard to the basic values and priorities of the decision makers, compelling them to take measures. The process of forming a reaction to the situational change that triggered the crisis, therefore, is shaped by the meaning that the decision maker attributes to the crisis. In George’s definition, when forming a reaction to the crisis the decision maker is mostly focused on avoiding war, and states try to prevent crisis evolving into war by following defensive crisis management strategies. In contemporary international crises, however, a certain deviation from this is observed. While foreign policy (micro) or international (macro) crises are regarded as triggering wars, some reluctance and/or inability exists in preventing limited or total war.
The papers in this panel discuss how the crisis management strategies (defensive and aggressive) are formulated and evolved in the foreign policy crises of Turkey. The strategic choices made in Turkey’s foreign policy crises are considered in historical and original cases of crises. The first paper will discuss the characteristics of the crisis management culture with regard to the evolution of foreign policy crises throughout the Republican period. The second paper will focus on Süleyman Demirel as an original political personality, analysing the features of his leadership in crises. The other presentations deal with recent crises that involved Turkey in 2000s and are currently subject to crisis management. The topics to be discussed in these papers include the crisis between Syria and Turkey that started in 2010 and eventually became internationalized, evolving into a multilateral and systemic crisis; the relocation of the Süleyman Şah Tomb–the only exclave of Turkey- and how it caused a further crisis; the leadership discourses of Putin, Erdoğan and Davutoğlu in the crisis between Russian and Turkey involving the rules of engagement and the shooting of the Russian SU-24 jet; the place-power relationship in territories where no state authority exists; and the issue of partnership in crises.
Time: 10/09/2016 09:00

LocationBuilding: Faculty of Arts Floor: 2 Room: FA201

A Brief History of Turkish Foreign Policy Crises View Paper Details
A Political Decision Maker in Foreign Policy Crises: Süleyman Demirel View Paper Details
Comparative Study of Foreign Policy Behavior of Putin and Erdogan on SU-24 Crisis Between Turkey and Russia View Paper Details
Status of Turkey’s Exclave Territory in Syria: The Relocation Crisis of Suleyman Shah Tomb View Paper Details
Turkey’s Crisis Management Process in the ISIS-Turkey Hostage Crisis: The Challenge of Armed Non-state Actors in Iraq and Syria View Paper Details




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