Kerem Oktem
Kerem Oktem
Professor of Politics and International Relations at Ca' Foscari University of Venice
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Angry nation: Turkey since 1989
K Öktem
Bloomsbury Publishing, 2011
Existential insecurity and the making of a weak authoritarian regime in Turkey
K Akkoyunlu, K Öktem
Exit from Democracy, 37-60, 2018
Exit from democracy: illiberal governance in Turkey and beyond
K Oktem, K Akkoyunlu
Journal Southeast European and Black Sea Studies 16 (4), 469-480, 2016
The Nation’s imprint: Demographic engineering and the change of toponymes in Republican Turkey
K Öktem
European Journal of Turkish Studies. Social Sciences on Contemporary Turkey, 2008
Yearbook of Muslims in Europe, Volume 5
J Nielsen, S Akgönül, A Alibašic
Brill., 2013
New Islamic actors after the Wahhabi intermezzo: Turkey’s return to the Muslim Balkans
K Öktem
European Studies Centre, University of Oxford, 2-57, 2010
Incorporating the time and space of the ethnic ‘other’: nationalism and space in Southeast Turkey in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries*
K Öktem
Nations and Nationalism 10 (4), 559-578, 2004
Global Diyanet and multiple networks: Turkey’s new presence in the Balkans
K Öktem
Journal of Muslims in Europe 1 (1), 27-58, 2012
The rise and fall of Turkey’s soft power discourse. Discourse in foreign policy under Davutoğlu and Erdoğan
Y Benhaïm, K Öktem
European Journal of Turkish Studies. Social Sciences on Contemporary Turkey, 2015
Turkey’s new diaspora policy: The challenge of inclusivity, outreach and capacity
K Öktem
Report prepared for Istanbul Policy Center, Sabanci University, Stiftung …, 2014
Turkey since 1989: angry nation
K Öktem
(No Title), 2011
Between emigration, de-Islamization and the nation-state: Muslim communities in the Balkans today
K Öktem
Southeast European and Black Sea Studies 11 (2), 155-171, 2011
Turkey’s engagement with modernity: Conflict and change in the twentieth century
C Kerslake, K Öktem, P Robins
Springer, 2010
Projecting power: Non-conventional policy actors in Turkey’s international relations
K Öktem
Another Empire, 77-108, 2012
Mediterranean frontiers: Borders, conflict and memory in a transnational world
D Bechev, K Nicolaidis
Bloomsbury Publishing, 2009
Why Turkey’s mainstream media chose to show penguins rather than protests
K Oktem
The Guardian 9 (6), 2013, 2013
World War I and the End of the Ottomans: From the Balkan Wars to the Armenian Genocide
HL Kieser, K Oktem, M Reinkowski
I.B. Tauris, 2015
The importance of being secular: Islam in the service of the national and pre-national state
EJ Zürcher
Turkey’s Engagement with Modernity: Conflict and Change in the Twentieth …, 2010
Being Muslim at the Margins: Alevis and the AKP
K Öktem
Middle East Report, 5-7, 2008
Under the Long Shadow of Europe-Greeks and Turks in the era of Postnationalism
K Nicolaidis
Brill, 2009
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