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Ideas as Building Blocks of a Path: Islamic Challenge to the pro-Western Turkish Foreign Policy, 1996-1997
Unformatted Document Text:  Finnemore, Martha. 1996. National Interests in International Society. Ithaca: Cornell University Press. Gains, Francesca, Peter C. John, and Gerry Stoker. 2005. “Path Dependency and The Reform of English Local Government.” Public Administration 83(1): 25-45. Ganghof, Steffen. 2007. “The Political Economy of High Income Taxation: Capital Taxation, Path Dependence, and Political Institutions in Denmark.” Comparative Political Studies 40(9): 1059-1084. Genschel, Philip. 1997. “The Dynamics of Inertia: Institutional Persistence and Change in Telecommunications and Health Care.” Governance: An International Journal of Policy and Administration 10(1):43-66. Goldstone, Jack A. 1998. “Initial Conditions, General Laws, Path-Dependence and Explanations in Historical Sociology.” American Journal of Sociology 104(3): 829-845. Greener, Ian. 2005. “The Potential of Path Dependence in Political Studies.” Politics 25(1): 62-72. Greener, Ian. 2007. “Two Cheers for Path Dependence- Why it is Still Worth Trying to Work with Historical Institutionalism: A Reply to Ross.” British Politics 2: 100-105. Gülalp, Haldun. 1999. “Political Islam in Turkey: The Rise and Fall of the Refah Party.” Muslim World 89(1): 22-41. Gülalp, Haldun. 2001. “Globalization and Political Islam: The Social Bases of Turkey’s Welfare Party.” International Journal of Middle East Studies 33: 433-448. Güneş-Ayata, Ayşe. 2003. “From Euro-scepticism to Turkey-sceptisim: changing political attitudes on the European Union in Turkey.” Journal of Southern Europe and the Balkans 5(2): 205-222. Hale, William . 2003. Türk Dış Politikası 1774-2000 (Turkish Foreign Policy 1774-2000). Istanbul: Arkeoloji ve Sanat Yayınları. Hall, Peter A., and Rosemary C. R. Taylor. 1996. “Political Science and the Three New Institutionalisms.” Political Studies 44: 936-957. Hay, Colin, and Daniel Wincott. 1998. “Structure, Agency and Historical Institutionalism.” Political Studies XLVI: 951-957. Hayashi, Takeshi. 1981. “The Modernization of Japan and Turkey.” In Atatürk: Founder of a Modern State, eds. Ali Kazancıgil, and Ergun Özbudun. Hamden, Connecticut: Archon Books, pp. 221-234. Hemerijck, Anton C. 1995. “Corporatist Immobility in the Netherlands.” In Organized Industrial Relations in Europe: What Future? , eds. Colin Crouch, and Franz Traxler. Aldershot, Hants, England; Brookfield, Vt., USA : Avebury. Heper, Metin. 2005. “The European Union, the Turkish Military and Democracy.” South European Society and Politics 10(1):33-44. Ikenberry, G. John. 1989. “Conclusion: An Institutionalist Approach to American Foreign Economic Policy.” In The State and American Foreign Economic Policy, eds. G. John Ikenberry, David A. Lake, and Michael Mastanduno. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press. Kamrava, Mehran 1998. “Pseudo-Democratic Politics and Populist Possibilities: The Rise and Demise of Turkey’s Refah Party.” British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies 25(2): 275-301. Karabell, Zachary. 1996. “Fundamental Misconceptions: Islamic Foreign Policy.” Foreign Policy 105 (Winter 1996-1997): 76-90. Karal, Enver Ziya. 1981. “The Principles of Kemalism.” In Atatürk: Founder of a Modern State, eds. Ali Kazancıgil, and Ergun Özbudun. Hamden, Connecticut: Archon Books, pp. 11-35 Karaosmanoğlu, Ali L 1994. “The Limits of International Influence for Democratization.” In Politics in the Third Turkish Republic, eds. Metin Heper, and Ahmet Evin. Boulder. San Francisco, Oxford: Westview Press. Kaufmann, Chaim D., and Robert A. Pape. 1999. “Explaining Costly International Moral Action: Britain’s Sixty-year Campaign Against the Atlantic Slave Trade.” International Organization 53(4): 631-668. Kirişçi, Kemal. 1997. “Post-Cold War Turkish Security and the Middle East.” Middle East Review of International Affairs 1(2). Krasner, Stephen. 1984. “Approaches to the State: Alternative Conceptions and Historical Dynamics.” Comparative Politics 16(2): 223-246. Larrabee, F. Stephen, and Ian O. Lesser. 2003. “Turkish foreign policy in an age of uncertainty.” Santa Monica, CA : Rand, National Security Research Division. Legro, Jeffrey W. 2000. “The Transformation of Policy Ideas.” American Journal of Political Science 44(3): 419-432. 34

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Finnemore, Martha. 1996. National Interests in International Society. Ithaca: Cornell University Press.
Gains, Francesca, Peter C. John, and Gerry Stoker. 2005. “Path Dependency and The Reform of English
Local Government.” Public Administration 83(1): 25-45.
Ganghof, Steffen. 2007. “The Political Economy of High Income Taxation: Capital Taxation, Path
Dependence, and Political Institutions in Denmark.” Comparative Political Studies 40(9): 1059-
1084.
Genschel, Philip. 1997. “The Dynamics of Inertia: Institutional Persistence and Change in
Telecommunications and Health Care.” Governance: An International Journal of Policy and
Administration
10(1):43-66.
Goldstone, Jack A. 1998. “Initial Conditions, General Laws, Path-Dependence and Explanations in
Historical Sociology.” American Journal of Sociology 104(3): 829-845.
Greener, Ian. 2005. “The Potential of Path Dependence in Political Studies.” Politics 25(1): 62-72.
Greener, Ian. 2007. “Two Cheers for Path Dependence- Why it is Still Worth Trying to Work with
Historical Institutionalism: A Reply to Ross.” British Politics 2: 100-105.
Gülalp, Haldun. 1999. “Political Islam in Turkey: The Rise and Fall of the Refah Party.” Muslim World
89(1): 22-41.
Gülalp, Haldun. 2001. “Globalization and Political Islam: The Social Bases of Turkey’s Welfare Party.”
International Journal of Middle East Studies 33: 433-448.
Güneş-Ayata, Ayşe. 2003. “From Euro-scepticism to Turkey-sceptisim: changing political attitudes on the
European Union in Turkey.” Journal of Southern Europe and the Balkans 5(2): 205-222.
Hale, William . 2003. Türk Dış Politikası 1774-2000 (Turkish Foreign Policy 1774-2000). Istanbul:
Arkeoloji ve Sanat Yayınları.
Hall, Peter A., and Rosemary C. R. Taylor. 1996. “Political Science and the Three New Institutionalisms.”
Political Studies 44: 936-957.
Hay, Colin, and Daniel Wincott. 1998. “Structure, Agency and Historical Institutionalism.” Political
Studies XLVI: 951-957.
Hayashi, Takeshi. 1981. “The Modernization of Japan and Turkey.” In Atatürk: Founder of a Modern
State, eds. Ali Kazancıgil, and Ergun Özbudun. Hamden, Connecticut: Archon Books, pp. 221-
234.
Hemerijck, Anton C. 1995. “Corporatist Immobility in the Netherlands.” In Organized Industrial Relations
in Europe: What Future? , eds. Colin Crouch, and Franz Traxler. Aldershot, Hants, England;
Brookfield, Vt., USA : Avebury.
Heper, Metin. 2005. “The European Union, the Turkish Military and Democracy.” South European Society
and Politics 10(1):33-44.
Ikenberry, G. John. 1989. “Conclusion: An Institutionalist Approach to American Foreign Economic
Policy.” In The State and American Foreign Economic Policy, eds. G. John Ikenberry, David A.
Lake, and Michael Mastanduno. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press.
Kamrava, Mehran 1998. “Pseudo-Democratic Politics and Populist Possibilities: The Rise and Demise of
Turkey’s Refah Party.” British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies 25(2): 275-301.
Karabell, Zachary. 1996. “Fundamental Misconceptions: Islamic Foreign Policy.” Foreign Policy 105
(Winter 1996-1997): 76-90.
Karal, Enver Ziya. 1981. “The Principles of Kemalism.” In Atatürk: Founder of a Modern State, eds. Ali
Kazancıgil, and Ergun Özbudun. Hamden, Connecticut: Archon Books, pp. 11-35
Karaosmanoğlu, Ali L 1994. “The Limits of International Influence for Democratization.” In Politics in the
Third Turkish Republic, eds. Metin Heper, and Ahmet Evin. Boulder. San Francisco, Oxford:
Westview Press.
Kaufmann, Chaim D., and Robert A. Pape. 1999. “Explaining Costly International Moral Action: Britain’s
Sixty-year Campaign Against the Atlantic Slave Trade.” International Organization 53(4): 631-
668.
Kirişçi, Kemal. 1997. “Post-Cold War Turkish Security and the Middle East.” Middle East Review of
International Affairs 1(2).
Krasner, Stephen. 1984. “Approaches to the State: Alternative Conceptions and Historical Dynamics.”
Comparative Politics 16(2): 223-246.
Larrabee, F. Stephen, and Ian O. Lesser. 2003. “Turkish foreign policy in an age of uncertainty.” Santa
Monica, CA : Rand, National Security Research Division.
Legro, Jeffrey W. 2000. “The Transformation of Policy Ideas.” American Journal of Political Science
44(3): 419-432.
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