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ITB 209 - Turkey in World Affairs

Course Objectives

1. To familiarize students with the key contemporary issues and problems pertaining to Turkey's relations with the world,
2. To provide students with the theoretical perspectives available in explaining and understanding global politics,
3. To encourage students to think analytically and critically about political, economic, and cultural dynamics in Turkey in the light of the complexity of problems posed by contemporary global politics,
4. To help students develop their oral and writing skills to communicate effectively about these issues.

Course Description

Theoretical approachs to the World politic
Main principles of Turkish Foreign Policy (TFP) and TFP during Turkish War of Indipendence (1919-1923)
TFP in Ataturk's era (1923-1938)
TFP in Inonu's era (1939-1950)
Midterm exams and presentations
TFP in Menders' era (1950-1960)
Relative autonomy in TFP and relations with EEC (1960-1980)
TFP in September 12th Military Coup and Özal's era (1980-1990)
TFP in the post cold war era (1990-2001)
Cyprus issue with historical perspective and its effects to TFP
TFP in the axis of the European Union-I (2002-2005)
TFP in the axis of the European Union-II (2005-2013)
TFP in the axis of the European Union-III (2013-today)

Course Coordinator
Şükrü Alper Yurttaş
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