Filiz Coban

Filiz Coban
Çanakkale Onsekiz Mart Üniversitesi | ÇOMÜ · International relations

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On the question of whether Turkey has been turning away from Europe in the last decade, this research argues that there has been a false promise of Europeanisation of the Turkish national identity since the pro-Islamist AKP government came to power in 2002. Adopting a critical constructivist approach has revealed that the Europeanisation process ha...
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Empirically, this article deals with support mechanisms for renewable electricity in Germany and Turkey. By making a focus on the wind and solar energy resources, it analyses the evolution of renewable energy policies in Germany as a European member state and Turkey as a candidate country to understand increasing cross-national policy similarities...
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To challenge widely accepted claims regarding irreconcilability of the Western and Non-Western traditions in International Relations thought, this study aims to make a comparison on the concept of ‘world peace’ inImmanuel Kant’s enlightenment philosophy and Zhao Tingyang’s modern interpretation of ancient Chine’s tianxia philosophy. In accordance w...
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The Role of the Media in International Relations: From the CNN Effect to the Al –Jazeere Effect Filiz Coban Abstract International networks foster solidarity within an information audience by creating virtual communities. Namely CNN, BBC and Al-Jazeera are increasing people’s awareness in their religion, culture and place in the world. In addition...

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