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idealisation of Ottoman culture and the normalisation of Sunni Islam, under the influence of Ahmet Davutoğlu 12 and his foreign policy doctrine of “strategic depth”, 13 have been the motivating force behind this shift. The novelty of Davutoğlu’s perspective is its definition of Turkey as a state neither at

In: Journal of Muslims in Europe
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themes of social justice and humanitarianism, are closely interconnected with the neo-Ottoman narrative that is propagated domestically. While Turkey has become increasingly detached from the West in recent years and the strategic depth doctrine has largely been regarded as a failure since the aftermath

In: The Hague Journal of Diplomacy

-16; Leader, Future Party, 2019; professional career: Lecturer and Prof., Marmara Univ., 1993-99; Ambassador; publications: Alternative Paradigms: The Impact of Islamic and Western Weltanschauungs on Political Theory; The Civilizational Transformation and The Muslim World; Stratejik Derinlik (Strategic

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1 Background Barely ten years had passed since the publication of Ahmet Davutoglu’s 1 Stratejik Derinlik (Strategic Depth) in 2001, and protests engulfed the Arab scene, toppling regimes, sparking civil and proxy wars, revealing social and political divisions, facilitating

In: Contemporary Arab Affairs

Introduction
 In the academic literature, policy papers and the media, AKP’s neo-Ottoman foreign policy doctrine in the Middle East is interchangeably referred to as ‘zero problems with neighbors’, strategic depth and/or the Turkish model in the Middle East. AKP’s public discourses about the new

In: Die Welt des Islams
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to it with probability e. This process may be iterated. In this way, we may define an infinite sequence of strategy profiles, starting with the initial prejudice and increasing the strategic depth at every step. If I 108 Glitne Theory and Linguistic Meaning take the action of my opponent into

In: Game Theory and Linguistic Meaning

Strategic Depth in Neo-Ottoman Turkey In particular, the work of Professor Ahmet Davutoglu, chief foreign policy advisor to Prime Minister Tayyip Erdgoan, has been pointed to as the most elaborate articulation of neo-Ottomanism and importance of the Ottoman legacy on the strategic thinking of Turkish

In: The Nation in the Global Era
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’s strat- egy harkens back to the days of the Ottoman Empire. Utilizing Strategic Depth in Neo-Ottoman Turkey In particular, the work of Professor Ahmet Davutoglu, chief foreign policy advisor to Prime Minister Tayyip Erdgoan, has been pointed to as the most elaborate articulation of neo-Ottomanism and

In: Perspectives on Global Development and Technology
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-economic perspective by Pasha. 37 Another related element of strategic culture that has resonated strongly since Pakistan’s dismemberment in 1971 is the idea of ‘strategic depth’ which is closely tied to efforts to reduce the threat of India by acquiring sufficient geographic space in which to absorb attacks from

In: Terrorism through the Ages
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intra-imperialist rivalries and the rise of new global powers, revolutionary openings and counter-revolutionary setbacks ( Alnasseri, 2009 ). Second, the post-Cold War order in the Middle East, characterized by the unparalleled deepening of the United States’ strategic depth in the region, is in

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In: Journal of Labor and Society