9781137298096

Institutional Change in Turkey The Impact of European Union Reforms on Human Rights and Policing

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    9781137298096

  • ISBN10:

    113729809X

  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2013-09-12
  • Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan

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Summary

This book explores the domestic reasons behind police reform in Turkey in the aftermath of the 1980 military coup. Although the role of the European Union on democratization and human rights should not be undermined, the EU driver only began to influence police reform after1999. Field research including interviews and survey research results reveal a consistent level of commitment among officers and their superiors to police reform. In contrast, interviews with civil society actors, legal experts, and political party deputies illuminate the complexity of implementing the EU's democratic criteria because of the ideological, historical, and structural hurdles unique to Turkey.

Author Biography

Leila Piran is an adjunct professor at George Washington University's School of Professional Studies in the USA. She teaches courses in security studies and policing.

Table of Contents

Contents
Acknowledgments
List of Abbreviations
PART I: INTRODUCTION
1. The Argument
2. Where Does This Stand?
PART II: THE VALUE-ACTION FRAMEWORK AND STATE IDENTITY
3. The Value-Action Model of Foreign Policy Analysis 
4. The Structural Dimension 
5. The Dispositional Dimension 
6. The Intentional Dimension
7. State Identity and Foreign Policy 
8. State Identity: Definition 
9. Identity-Value Nexus 
10. Why Identity? When Does It Matter?
PART III: JAPAN AND THE CREATION OF APEC: MITI'S QUIET MANEUVER, 1988-1989
11. Explaining Japan's Policymaking toward the Creation of APEC 
12. Historical Narrative: Part I 
13. The Value-Action Analysis: The Structural Dimension 
14. Historical Narrative: Part II 
15. The Value-Action Analysis: The Dispositional Dimension
16. State Identity: The Source of The Determinant Values 
17. Decision-Making Context: Conceptualizing a New Regional Order
18. A Dual Member of Asia and the West
19. Identity-Value Nexus
20. Remaining Questions and Competing Explanations
PART IV: THE UNITED STATES AND THE CREATION OF APEC: GLOBAL HEGEMON AND REGIONAL COOPERATION, 1988-1989
21. Explaining US Policymaking toward the Creation of APEC
22. Historical Narrative Part I: The United States and MITI's Proposal 
23. The Value-Action Analysis: The Structural Dimension 
24. Historical Narrative Part II: The Hawke Speech and Comprehensive Policy Review
25. The Value-Action Analysis: Activation of Decision-Making 
26. Historical Narrative Part III: 'An Idea Whose Time Has Come' 
27. The Value-Action Analysis: The Dispositional Dimension 
28. Two Concepts of U.S. State Identity: The Sources of The Determinant Values 
29. A Pacific Power
30. An International Institution-Builder
31. On Competing Explanations
PART V: JAPAN AND THE CREATION OF THE ARF: MOFA IN MOTION, 1991-1994
32. Explaining Japan's Policymaking toward the Creation of the ARF 
33. Historical Narrative Part I: The Nakayama Proposal 
34. The Value-Action Analysis: The Structural Dimension 
35. Historical Narrative Part II: MOFA's Persistent Commitment 
36. The Value-Action Analysis: The Dispositional Dimension 
37. Two Concepts of Japanese State Identity: The Sources of the Determinant Value 
38. A Past Aggressor in Asia
39. A Dual Member of Asia and the West
40. Remaining Questions and an Alternative Explanation
PART VI: THE UNITED STATES AND THE CREATION OF THE ARF: HEGEMONIC APPROACH TOWARD THE POST-COLD WAR ASIAN SECURITY ORDER, 1990-1994
41. Explaining U.S. Policymaking toward the Creation of the ARF 234 
42. Historical Narrative Part I: Appraising Past Success 
43. The Value-Action Analysis: The Structural Dimension 
44. Historical Narrative Part II and Decision-Making Activation: Lord's 'Ten Major Goals' 
45. Historical Narrative Part III: Toward the First ARF Meeting 
46. The Dispositional Dimension: Stay Engaged with Asia 
47. The Pacific Power Identity: The Source of the Engagement Value 
48. An Alternative Explanation, A Remaining Question
PART VII: CONCLUSION: STATE IDENTITY AND FOREIGN POLICY
49. Japan, the United States, and Institution-Building in 21st Century Asia
Bibliography
Index

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