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Governing without control: Turkey's “struggle” with international migration
(Ashgate Publishing Ltd., 2016)
Since the 1980s, Turkey's role in the international migratory scene has changed substantially, as the country has transformed from being a country of origin to a country of destination and transit. Historical transformations ...
Migrants' uncertainties versus states' insecurities: transit migration in Turkey
Since the early 1980s, Turkey has become an important route for so-called transit migration flows in the south-east of Europe. People from different parts of the South and East have begun to use the Turkish peninsula as a ...
The changing waves of migration from the Balkans to Turkey: a historical account
Ahmet İçduygu and Deniz Sert tell the history of migration from the Balkans to Turkey from the end of the nineteenth century to the present. They relate this history to nation-building, but also to economic conditions and ...
From skill translation to devaluation: the de-qualification of migrants in Turkey
(Cambridge University Press, 2016-05)
Within the context of the transformation of Turkey from a country of emigration to an immigration and transit country, the migration scene is becoming more heterogeneous, with both the formal and informal labor markets ...
The oxymoron of perpetual temporary protection: Syrians in Turkey
(Red de Revistas Científicas de América Latina y el Caribe, 2016)
The crisis in Syria has entered its fifth year, becoming a protracted conflict in international conflict terminology. Based on figures compiled by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), as of March 16, ...
Turkey's position on IDP properties: lessons (not) learned
Three issues: security, economics and justice, are the keys to comprehending the essence of problems of property and IDP return in conflict settings. The case of Turkey presents an interesting framework for analysing issues ...
From competitive to multidirectional memory: a literary tool for comparison
(Taylor & Francis, 2018)
Recent research shows that Turkish society is very polarized and that different identities and ideological perspectives are in constant struggle with each other. In a multicultural society such as Turkey’s, the question ...
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