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Modernity, nationalism and Islamic identity
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Chapter 3 explains why the ideology of nationalism has become the third pillar of the new theoretical framework to complete an interdisciplinary approach to foreign policy of transitional states. One of the main aims of this chapter is to explore the connection between modernity and nationalism in order to combine this with the analysis of Turkish foreign policy. Afterwards, the second aim is to understand the emergence of Turkish nationalism as an unintended outcome of modernity and its impacts on Turkish foreign policy towards the East.

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Turkey facing east

Islam, modernity and foreign policy


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