The South Atlantic Quarterly ï±ï°ï²:ï²/ï³, Spring/Summer ï²ï°ï°ï³. Copyright Â© ï²ï°ï°ï³ by Duke University Press. analyze the elements of this complexity, which ultimately reinforces the hegemony of nationalism. Factors That Accelerated Turkish Nationalism in the 1990s Turkish nationalism gained momentum in the late ï±ï¹ï¸ï°s and early ï±ï¹ï¹ï°s. This development took place parallel to the nationalistic wave rising throughout the world, and particularly in the triangle formed by the Balkans, the Middle East, and the Caucasus, of which Turkey is the point of intersection. Globalization, in a way that is actually not at all paradoxical, encouraged or incited nationalism: because altering frontiers and military conï¬icts became possible again after the collapse of bipolarization; because minorities and human rights have become diplomatic issues; because transnational processes of economicâand geographicalâderegulation have upset the structures of the nation-state. These factors have aï¬ected the ideology of Turkish nationalism in a way that ratiï¬es and contemporizes its reactionary patterns; for modern Turkey, established during a grave crisis in which its very existence was threatened,2 has a nation-state tradition that subsequently perceived surrounding countries as a severe threat rectiï¬ed by the Cold War. This condition regarding survival and threat had a considerable eï¬ect on the way
South Atlantic Quarterly – Duke University Press
Published: Apr 1, 2003
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