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Iran and Turkey : international and regional engagement in the Middle East

Author: Marianna Charountaki
Publisher: London ; New York : I.B. Tauris, 2018. ©2018
Series: Library of international relations (Series), 87.
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"The foreign policies of Turkey and Iran seem increasingly to dictate the course of events in the Middle East. More recently, and especially following the Syrian crisis, the spotlight has turned to these states' dynamic re-entry onto the political stage, revealing them as key players with an international role in efforts towards the balance of power across the region. This book traces the major determinants of  Read more...
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Additional Physical Format: Electronic version:
Charountaki, Marianna.
Iran and Turkey.
London ; New York : I.B. Tauris : I.B.Tauris, 2018
(OCoLC)1030303235
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Marianna Charountaki
ISBN: 1788311809 9781788311809
OCLC Number: 1008982469
Description: xv, 349 pages : color illustrations, color maps ; 23 cm.
Contents: Chapter 1Introduction Literature Review: A critique Determinants of Turkish-Iranian relations: A justification Methodology: An Interdisciplinary and Comparative Examination from a Multi-actor PerspectiveConclusion Chapter 2 Determinants of the Iranian- Turkish relations: A Historical ReviewThe Role of the Elites: Army and Ulama versus Army and Ayatollahs Turkish versus Iranian Republicanism: International Interference as an External Force The Influence of the Cold War on Turkish-Iranian Politics Islamist Turkey versus Islamic Iran: The Impact of Foreign Policy Principles Conclusion Chapter 3 Turkey-Iran Relations during the Cold War The Iranian Revolution and its Impact on the Cold War Non-state Actors as Facilitator of State Foreign Policy Iraq as factor under the prism of Gulf War I External Interference: The US Role versus Soviet Influence Economics of War: Iranian-Turkish Economic and Political AlliancesConclusion Chapter 4Turkish-Iranian Relations in the 1990s: The Impact of Gulf War II and the Consolidation of the Kurdish StatusThe Impact of Gulf War II on Turkish-Iranian relations Gulf War II and its Aftermath: The Role of the Kurds Conclusion Chapter 5The Iraq War and the Rise of Non-state actors (2001-2010)The Role of Iraq in the formulation of Turkish- Iranian relations: Political and Economic Considerations Non-state Actors in Iranian and Turkish foreign policies: The Kurds as A Force for Change Iranian-Turkish Rapprochement: International and Regional Structures Epilogue: Towards A Conceptual Analysis Conclusion Chapter 6Turkish- Iranian Relations under the Lens of the Syrian Crisis: A New Era for Middle Eastern Politics The Syrian FactorConclusionChapter 7Conclusions and Conceptualisations Empirical and Conceptual Implications A New Pattern of Alliances: The International Dimension Theoretical Framework: A model of multi-dimensional interrelationsConclusion List of Figures Appendix Bibliography
Series Title: Library of international relations (Series), 87.
Responsibility: Marianna Charountaki.

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