Turkish-Greek Relations: Rapprochement, Civil Society and the Politics of Friendship (Routledge Advances in Mediterranean Studies) Hardcover – 28 Apr 2014
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'Using a discourse analysis framework, Karakatsanis makes an original contribution to the literature, which enhances our analytical leverage to understand politics and society in Turkey and Greece. It also draws potential challenges for future efforts to promote Turkish-Greek friendship that should go beyond existing discourses to make it a reality.'
- Orcun Selcuk, Insight Turkey
About the Author
Leonidas Karakatsanis is assistant director at the British Institute at Ankara (BIAA). He holds a PhD in Ideology and Discourse Analysis from the University of Essex. He has researched and published on issues related to the politics of identity and reconciliation, civil society, minority rights, immigration and theories of qualitative methods in social and political sciences.
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