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Turkish Journal of Middle Eastern Studies : Turkiye ortadogu Calismalari Dergisi, Volume 4-2

By Inat, Kemal, Dr.

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Title: Turkish Journal of Middle Eastern Studies : Turkiye ortadogu Calismalari Dergisi, Volume 4-2  
Author: Inat, Kemal, Dr.
Volume: Volume 4-2
Language: Turkish
Subject: Non Fiction, Social Sciences, Middle East
Collections: Politics, Authors Community, Education
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Publisher: Middle East Institute, Sakarya University
Member Page: Haydar Oruç


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Kemal Inatitor, P. D., & Telciitor, I. N. (Eds.). (2017). Turkish Journal of Middle Eastern Studies : Turkiye ortadogu Calismalari Dergisi, Volume 4-2. Retrieved from

Turkish Journal of Middle Eastern Studies is a peer-reviewed journal, which is published twice in a year. The papers sent to the journal are reviewed by at least two referees (if necessary a third referee will also review the articles) and after their approval, they will be sent to the editorial board before being published. The editorial board has right to accept or reject submissions that are papers of symposium, congress, news or book introductions etc. without evaluation of an expert of the board. With its new issue, The Turkish Journal of Middle Eastern Studies continues to better make sense of the recent developments of the region and its people.One primary objective is to present thorough analyses about the Middle Eastern affairs in particular by shedding new insights on Turkey’s now a decade old activism in regional affairs. The Turkish Journal of Middle Eastern Studies publishes academic studies that analyze political, economic and social dynamics and developments of the region. It prefers research written from multi-disciplinary perspectives and from a number of fields: political science, international relations, history, theology, sociology, and economics.

The Turkish Journal of Middle Eastern Studies is a peer-reviewed journal indexed by prominent databases and indexes. Materials sent to the journal are being peer-reviewed at least by two academic referees before publication. It is published biannually by Sakarya University’s Middle East Institute which is one of the biggest institutions in Turkey focusing on the region. The Institute houses 35 researchers from Turkey and regional states who study and teach the foreign policy of the regional states, local communities, and religious associations as well as Turkey’s Middle East policy. In addition, it employs experts on individual country studies such as Iran, Iraq, Egypt, the Levant, and Israel. The Middle East maintains an important chapter in academic studies. It has a major share in Turkish Foreign Policy as well.

In the first article of the eighth issue, Zehra Yılmaz explains the ISIS policy towards women. Yılmaz’s study focuses on the rationale behind the participation of women to ISIS sides despite the former applies a harsh ideological attitude towards women in general. In the second study of the issue, Tunahan Yıldız discusses the Turkomans of Iraq from the perspective of sectarian confrontation and conflict. Nurcan Baklacıoğlu’s study focuses on one of the most vital consequences of the Syrian civil war. Baklacıoğlu focuses on the Syrian women on a quest of reaching Europe while it presents a snapshot of the dramatic journeys of the migrants. In his article, dealing with the Regime Security and Tunisian Foreign Policy, Selim Dursun focuses on the dual relationship between the regime security and foreign policy making in Tunisia where Arab Uprisings had started. The fifth article written by İlhan Aras critically analyzes French politics towards the Middle East during the Arap Uprisings. In the article entitled “Gulf Security Policy based on the US-Saudi-Iranian Cooperation: Double Column Policy”, Hafız Mammadov examines an important period of history between Saudi Arabia and Iran which are prominent actors of the region. Together with his study, the present issue provides an in-depth analysis of USA’s Middle East policy.

Table of Contents
Introduction......................................................vııı Critique of ISIS’ Women Policy,Zehra Yılmaz .....................13-40 Looking at Sectarian Conflict through an Ethnic Group and a Local Context: The Case of Iraqi Turkmens and Tal Afar, Tunahan Yıldız...........................................................41-73 Gendering Migration Across Euro-Mediterranean Borders:Syrian Refugee Women on the Way to Europe,Nurcan Özgür Baklacıoğlu .............75-101 Regime Security and Tunisian Foreign Policy,Selim Dursun .......103-134 French Policy Toward the Arab Spring,İlhan Aras ................135-167 The USA Security Policy in the Gulf Based on Saudi Arabia-Iran Cooperation: The “Twin Pillars” Policy,Hafiz Mamadov............169-196 Book Review ....................................................197-200


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