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2011, vol. 1, iss. 2, pp. 151-181
Turks, Serbs and neoosmanism: Start points and realizations
University of Banja Luka, Faculty of Political Science, Republic of Srpska, B&H
Keywords: neootmanism; kemalism; modern Turkey; Islam; panislamism; strategic depth; real-politics; Kurdi question; international relationships; security; European integrations; NATO; West Balkans; Serbs; Serbia; BiH; economics; natinal identity and interest; spirituality
Abstract
Policy of the modern Turkish state in the last decade, inner, and even more foreign, in the international arena, is inspired and defined with principles and parameters which can be called neoosmanism. That ideological orientation and political practice has its start point in the principles and practice of Otman Empire political activities, which leading Turkish politicians, summoned around Justice and development Party, lead by current Turkish prime minister Rejep Tayip Erdogan, today strive not only to rehabilitate, but also to implement the postulates of its rule and values that are imanent to Islam. In an international arena, where one of the directions and goals of their activities is also Balkans, meaning also Serbian people and their countries (Serbia, BiH and others), neootman Turkish policy acquires reputation and sense with the doctrine, which its author, Turkish minister of the foreign affairs Ahmet Davutoglou, called strategic depth. So, Serbs are facing a challenge of confronting neootmanism as a policy which will result in new geopolitical redesign of Balkan, Asia Minor, Middle Eastern, Middle Asian, and Caucasian congigurations of power and influence, thus it is important what historical reply to this challenge will they provide. The author pleds that a reply and attitude of Serb people and its countries towards neootmanism should base on principles and values of real-politics.
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article language: Serbian
document type: Preliminary Report
DOI: 10.5937/pol1102151N
published in SCIndeks: 24/02/2017

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