Toni Alaranta argues that there has been a radical reformulation of Turkeyâs national identity, interest, and positioning in the world since the Justice and Development Party (AKP) came to power in 2002. This transformed identity has helped the country renegotiate its status in the world. He first examines the changing nature of Turkeyâs national identity before looking at the struggle between two extreme positionsâsecularism and Islamism. He then explains how the âNew Turkeyâ discourse is part of an Islamic-conservative ideology that targets the notion of the âdomestic other,â or minorities, versus the Turkish-Muslim âself.â This discourse is transforming not only the notion of national identity but also Turkeyâs relations with the rest of the world, and particularly with the European Union.
About: National and State Identity in Turkey uses the concepts of national and state identity to examine Turkeyâs domestic and international politics and explain how the countryâs position in the international system has changed over the last ten years.
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