New book reviews published in Insight Turkey

Published since 1999, Insight Turkey is a leading journal in the area of academic studies of the Middle East and Islam. The journal covers a large range on topics, including but not restricted to Turkish domestic and foreign policy, as well as wider global affairs, particularly those surrounding the Middle East, the Balkans, the Caucasus and Europe.

We are delighted to share news that Insight Turkey has reviewed a number of Cambridge Scholars Publishing’s recent books. As well as this, they continue to publish a wide range of cutting-edge material that is essential reading for scholars interested in the contemporary Middle East.

Please click here to see the latest reviews of our books in the journal. All of the books can be purchased through our website.

 

 

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Book Announcement: Domestic and Regional Uncertainties in the New Turkey

Domestic and Regional Uncertainties in the New Turkey now available from Cambridge Scholars Publishing

9781443891424
Hardback, pp215, £61.99 / $104.95

Cambridge Scholars Publishing is pleased to announce the publication of Domestic and Regional Uncertainties in the New Turkey, edited by Husrev Tabak, Ozgur Tufekci and Alessia Chiriatti.

Turkey has faced, in the last two decades, a number of critical events, like wars, conflicts and frictions in the Balkans, the Caucasus, and the Middle East, that have represented a huge challenge for its foreign policy and civil and economic interventions. Turkish multi-directionality and multidimensionality have been tested by these occurrences, demonstrating that what some scholars and experts had defined as a “model” contained failures as well as success. Continue reading

Book Announcement: Russian-Turkish Relations from the First World War to the Present

Russian-Turkish Relations from the First World War to the Present now available from Cambridge Scholars Publishing

9781443817776
Hardback, pp315, £63.99 / $108.95

Cambridge Scholars Publishing is pleased to announce the publication of Russian-Turkish Relations from the First World War to the Present by Vefa Kurban.

This book addresses the treaties, crises and other issues that seem to be turning points in Russian-Turkish relations, reflecting on Russian and Turkish archival documents and resources. Over six chapters, it analyses Russian-Turkish relations from the First World War up to the present time, presenting information on issues that include the causes of the First World War and Turkey’s entrance into the War, internal power struggles, establishment of I.V. Stalin’s rule, Turkey-Soviet relations from 1960 to 1980, and also Glasnost and Perestroika and Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin’s rise to power. Continue reading