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2002–2015 “We Have Historical Responsibilities”

  • Hasan Yükselen
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Abstract

This period, while on the one hand, kept the post-Cold War dynamics in itself, on the other hand, began to be mentioned and characterized with the changing characteristics, particularly with the 9/11 events that introduced terrorism as a global phenomenon. The primary feature of the developments in the aftermath of 9/11 was the introduction of identity politics to international political system.

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  • Hasan Yükselen
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  1. 1.PeterboroughUK

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