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In the conclusion, findings of the research are summarised in an analytical manner. In this part, the instability of discourses and identities are highlighted. Each discourse tries to fix a meaning by othering or excluding alternatives and by essentialising identities. Yet, in the social terrain, discourses cannot isolate themselves from others completely, as they are contingent and social. Furthermore, discourses are split and contested within themselves. Moreover, subjects are dislocated in times of transformation. This makes subjects insecure but also gives them opportunities to change. In this regard, this research makes conclusions about the R2P as a hegemonic norm and Turkish subjectivity as an unfinished and challenged hegemonic project.
KeywordsIdentity Hegemonic discourse Antagonism Turkey Middle East Ahmet Davutoglu Tayyip Erdogan
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