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Domestic Concerns and the Water Conflict over the Euphrates-Tigris River Basin
Resolution of conflicts over the sharing of water resources in the Middle East has emerged over the past decade as one of the fundamental issues for peace and stability in the region. The disputes
The Rising Tide of Conservatism in Turkey
Going Back to the Future Shock, Awe and Suspense Change, Reform and Fear Modernization and Its Enemies Attitudes Toward Uncertainty Explaining the Character of Turkish Conservatism Political
Who gets targeted for vote-buying? Evidence from an augmented list experiment in Turkey
Understanding the dynamics of vote-buying is essential for improving accountability in elections in developing democracies. While list experiments are useful for attenuating social desirability bias
The Rise of the New Generation Pro-Islamists in Turkey: The Justice and Development Party Phenomenon in the November 2002 Elections in Turkey
Abstract This analysis reviews the main characteristics of the Turkish party system, presents a historical evaluation of the context of the most recent November 2002 elections and analyses in depth
The Nature of Left–Right Ideological Self‐placement in the Turkish Context
This essay examines the nature of the left–right dimension in the Turkish context. Using a nationwide representative survey conducted in 2006, the author estimates an ordered logit model to analyze
Diagnosing Trends and Determinants in Public Support for Turkey's EU Membership
Despite scholarly interest in the process of Turkey's candidacy for European Union (EU) membership, what is missing in the literature is a detailed examination of Turkish public opinion on the issue.
The Turkish Cypriot General Elections of December 2003: Setting the Stage for Resolving the Cyprus Conflict?
This article provides an evaluation of the December 2003 general elections in the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC). After a brief review of the electoral history of TRNC, its electoral and