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The politics of nation-building: making of co-nationals, refugees, and minorities
  • K. Fabbe
  • Political Science
  • Nationalities Papers
  • 1 March 2016
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What Do Syrians Want Their Future to Be
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Doing more with less: the Justice and Development Party (AKP), Turkish elections, and the uncertain future of Turkish politics
  • K. Fabbe
  • Political Science
  • Nationalities Papers
  • 1 September 2011
The outcome of Turkey's June 2011 elections temporarily quelled – though by no means entirely put to rest – growing concern over the creeping autocratic tendencies of the ruling Justice andExpand
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Historical legacies, modern conflicts: state consolidation and religious pluralism in Greece and Turkey
Through a comparative study of state consolidation processes and the acceptance of religious tolerance in Greece and Turkey, this piece shows that there is often a direct link between strategies ofExpand
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Disciples of the State?: Religion and State-Building in the Former Ottoman World
As the Ottoman Empire crumbled, the Middle East and Balkans became the site of contestation and cooperation between the traditional forces of religion and the emergent machine of the sovereign state.Expand
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Disciples of the State? Historical Legacies and State Control of Social Discipline in Turkey and Greece
Through a detailed case study of late Ottoman and early Republican Turkey, this paper presents an argument for why Mustafa Kemal’s founding regime was able to assert control over institutions ofExpand
A persuasive peace: Syrian refugees’ attitudes towards compromise and civil war termination
Civilians who have fled violent conflict and settled in neighboring countries are integral to processes of civil war termination. Contingent on their attitudes, they can either back peacefulExpand
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