Re-engaging the self/other problematic in post-positivist international relations: the 1964 expulsion of Greeks from Istanbul revisited

@article{Kaliber2019ReengagingTS,
  title={Re-engaging the self/other problematic in post-positivist international relations: the 1964 expulsion of Greeks from Istanbul revisited},
  author={Alper Kaliber},
  journal={Southeast European and Black Sea Studies},
  year={2019},
  volume={19},
  pages={365 - 386}
}
  • Alper Kaliber
  • Published 2019
  • Economics
  • Southeast European and Black Sea Studies
  • ABSTRACT By critically engaging with the critical constructivist and post-structuralist accounts of foreign policy, this study examines the mass expulsion from Turkey of Istanbul Greeks in 1964 and 1965. As forms of radical post-positivism, these approaches provide ample insights to understand how this expulsion and the Cyprus conflict have become instrumental for reinscribing both Turkish national identity and the expelled Greeks as its inimical/threatening other. Noting that radical post… CONTINUE READING
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