March 2002
Alternatives: Turkish Journal of International Relations;Spring2002, Vol. 1 Issue 1, p1
Academic Journal
The article presents news briefs on political and foreign relations. The Turkish-Israeli relations indicate the role of expert communities in the formation of negative and positive positions with respect to certain public policy trends or positions groups, citing the impact of relations on regional and global actors. On other issues, the collapse of the Soviet Union has apparently created a vacuum of theoretical perspective for Central Asian studies.


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