ÇANKAYA ÜN襤VERS襤TES襤

S襤YASET B襤L襤M襤 YÜKSEK L襤SANS PROGRAMI

PSI 528 - BALKANLAR VE KAFKASYA'DA S襤YASET

DERS 襤ZLENCES襤 // GÜZ 2021 - 2022

 

PROF. DR. D襤DEM EK襤NC襤

 

Balgat Kampus, A404-405// Sal覺, 18.00-19.00-20.00

didemekinci@cankaya.edu.tr

 

Amaç: Bu derste Balkanlar ve Kafkasya’da meydana gelmi, 1980’lerden bu yana her iki bölgede iz b覺rakm覺 ve geni Avrasya corafyas覺n覺n siyasi konjonktürünü etkilemi olan çat覺ma örnekleri üzerinde durularak, özellikle Souk Sava sonras覺 dönem siyaseti hakk覺nda bilgi verilmesi amaçlanmaktad覺r. Ders, interaktif yöntemle ilenecek; örencilerin derse devam ve kat覺l覺mlar覺 a覺rl覺kl覺 rol oynayacakt覺r. Dersi alan örencilerin dönem sonunda, an覺lan iki bölgede meydana gelen gelimelere, bu iki bölgeye özgü kavramlara ve siyasi eilimlere dair yüksek lisans düzeyinde bilgi edinmi olmalar覺 hedeflenmektedir.

Notland覺rma: Ara s覺nav (35), dönem ödevi (30), final (35).

Konu Ak覺覺:

1. HAFTA (5 Ekim): Çat覺ma Çözümü (1): Kavramlar, Olgular, Dinamikler

2. HAFTA (12 Ekim): Yugoslavya’n覺n Da覺lmas覺 ve Bosna-Hersek’te Sava

3. HAFTA (19 Ekim): Kosova Sorunu (1)

4. HAFTA (26 Ekim): Kosova Sorunu (2)

5. HAFTA (2 Kas覺m): Bulgaristan’da Türklere Yönelik Asimilasyon (1984-1989)

6. HAFTA (9 Kas覺m): Makedon-Arnavut Çat覺mas覺 (2001)

7. HAFTA (16 Kas覺m): ARA SINAV

8. HAFTA (23 Kas覺m): Azerbaycan-Ermenistan Çat覺mas覺: Dal覺k Karaba Sorunu

9. HAFTA (30 Kas覺m): Rus-Çeçen Sava覺 (1)

10. HAFTA (7 Aral覺k): Rus-Çeçen Sava覺 (2)

11. HAFTA (14 Aral覺k): Gürcistan-Abhazya, Gürcistan-Güney Osetya Çat覺malar覺 (1990’lar)

12. HAFTA (21 Aral覺k): Gürcistan x Güney Osetya-Abhazya-Rusya Sava覺 (8.8.2008)

13. HAFTA (28 Aral覺k): Çat覺ma Çözümü (2)

14. HAFTA (4 OCAK): DÖNEM ÖDEVLER襤N襤N TESL襤M襤N襤N SON GÜNÜ ve F襤NAL SINAVI

 

Ders Materyali Örnekleri 

Branka Magas and Ivo Zanic, The War in Croatia and Bosnia-Herzegovina, 1991-1995 (London ; Portland, Or. : Frank Cass Publishers, 2001).

 

Noel Malcolm, Bosnia: A Short History, London: Papermac, 1994.

 

Tim Judah, The Serbs: History, Myth and The Destruction of Yugoslavia (New Haven [Conn.]: Yale University Press, 2009).

 

Tim Judah, Kosovo: War and Revenge (New Haven, Conn.; London: Yale Nota Bene, 2002).

 

Misha Glenny, The Balkans: Nationalism, War, and The Great Powers (New York, London, Viking: Granta Books, c1999, 2000).

 

Misha Glenny, The Fall of Yugoslavia: The Third Balkan War (London: Penguin Books, 1996).

 

Sabrina Petra Ramet, Balkan Babel: the Disintegration Of Yugoslavia From The Death Of Tito To The Fall of Milosevic (New York: Westview Press, 2002).

 

Sabrina Ramet, Marko Valenta (eds.), Ethnic Minorities and Politics in Post-Socialist Southeastern Europe (New York : Cambridge University Press, 2016).

 

Joanne McEvoy, Power-Sharing Executives: Governing in Bosnia, Macedonia, and Northern Ireland (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania : University of Pennsylvania Press, 2015).

 

Soeren Keil and Zeynep Arkan (eds.) The EU and Member State Building: European Foreign Policy in the Western Balkans (Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon; New York, NY: Routledge, 2015).

 

Jane Cowan, Macedonia: The Politics of Identity and Difference (London; Sterling, Va.: Pluto Press, 2000).

 

Branka Magas, The Destruction of Yugoslavia – Tracking the Break-Up 1980–1992 (London: Verso, 1992)

 

Mark Almond, Europe’s Backyard War (London: Heinemann, 1994).

 

Derek Hall and Darrick Danta (eds), Reconstructing the Balkans – A Geography of the New Europe (Chichester: John Wiley and Sons, 1996).

 

Svante Cornell, Small Nations and Great Powers: A Study of Ethnopolitical Conflict in the Caucasus (London and New York: Routledge Curzon Press, 2001).

 

F. Didem Ekinci, “Intra-State Conflict in the Post–Cold War Balkans: The Macedonian Case and Consociationalism”, P覺nar Yürür, Arda Özkan (eds.), Conflict Areas in the Balkans (New York, London: Rowman & Littlefield, 2020), pp. 41-58.

 

F. Didem Ekinci, Russia and the Balkans after the Cold War (Rangendingen: Libertas, 2013).

 

F. Didem Ekinci, “The European Union and the Integration of the Balkans and the Caucasus,” Özgür Tüfekçi, Hüsrev Tabak, and Erman Ak覺ll覺 (eds.), Eurasian Politics and Society: Issues and Challenges (Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2017), pp. 52-76.

 

F. Didem Ekinci, “Bosna-Hersek’te Devlet 襤nas覺 Anlamazl覺覺nda Enerji Güvenliini Kavramak: Arafta Bir Bosna-Hersek Mi?,” Karadeniz Arat覺rmalar覺 Dergisi, XVI (64), 2019, ss. 561-584.

 

F. Didem Ekinci, “The Implications of the Karabagh Conflict in the Context of BSEC as a Regionalism Case,” Review of Armenian Studies, 40, 2019, pp. 49-89.

 

F. Didem Ekinci, “襤nac覺l覺k, Kimlik ‘Üretilmi’ Vatandalar: Rusya’n覺n Abhazya ve Güney Osetya’da Vatandal覺k Politikalar覺,” Uluslararas覺 襤likiler Dergisi, 16(61), ss. 97-110, 2019.

 

F. Didem Ekinci, “Küçük Devlet D覺 Politikas覺nda Zafiyet ve Dirençlilik: Ermenistan Örnei,” Ermeni Arat覺rmalar覺: Tarih, Politika ve Uluslararas覺 襤likiler Dergisi, 61, ss. 71-106, 2018.

 

F. Didem Ekinci, “Güney Kafkasya’da 襤ki-tarafl覺l覺覺n 襤zlerini Balamsallat覺rmak: Ermenistan ve Gürcistan Örnei,” Ermeni Arat覺rmalar覺: Tarih, Politika ve Uluslararas覺 襤likiler Dergisi, 63, ss. 83-114, 2019.

 

F. Didem Ekinci, “Russia-Turkey Relations (1991-2016): Diverging Interests and Compelling Realities,” P覺nar Gözen (ed.), Turkish Foreign Policy: International Relations, Legality and Global Reach (London: Plagrave Macmillan, 2017), pp. 151-172.

 

F. Didem Ekinci, “The War in Bosnia-Herzegovina and Turkish Parliamentary Debates (1992-1995): A Constructivist Approach,” Uluslararas覺 襤likiler Dergisi, 6(22), pp. 37-60.

 

F. Didem Ekinci, “Turkish Decision-Making and the Balkans: Implications of Role Theory,” Hüseyin I覺ksal & Ozan Örmeci (eds.), Turkish Foreign Policy in the New Millennium (Cham: Peter Lang, Switzerland 2015), pp. 365-392.

 

F. Didem Ekinci, “Rethinking the Role of International Organizations in State-Building: The UN, the OSCE, and the EU in Macedonia since 1991,” The Macedonian Question: 20 Years of Political Struggle into European Integration Structures, Zhidas Daskalovski & Maria Risteska (eds.), (Rangendingen: Libertas, 2012), pp. 47-62.

 

F. Didem Ekinci, “Çat覺an Küresel Güçler ve Karadeniz Güvenlii: Abhazya Üzerine Bir Deerlendirme,” Karadeniz Arat覺rmalar覺 Dergisi, 40, 2014, ss. 1-16.

 

Mustafa Ayd覺n, New Geopolitics of Central Asia and the Caucasus: Causes of Instability and Predicament (Ankara: SAM, 2000)

 

Bülent Aras, “Turkey’s Policy in the Former Soviet South”, Turkish Studies, 1(1), Spring 2000, pp. 36 – 58.

 

Laurent Ruseckas, “Turkey and Eurasia: Opportunities and Risks in the Caspian Pipeline Derby”, Journal of International Affairs, 54 (1), Fall 2000, pp. 217 – 236.

 

Celeste A. Wallander, “Silk Road, Great Game or Soft Underbelly? The New US-Russia Relationship and Implications for Eurasia”, Journal of Southeast European and Black Sea Studies, 3(3), September 2003, pp. 92 – 104.

 

Bruno Coppieters (eds.), Contested Borders in the Caucasus (Brussels: VUB Press, 1996).

 

Werner Gumpel, Turkey as a Political and Economic Factor in Europe and Central Asia

(München: Südosteuropa-Gesellschaft, 1999).

 

Thomas De Waal, Black Garden: Armenia and Azerbaijan through Peace and War (New York: New York University Press, 2004).

 

Edmund Herzig, The New Caucasus: Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Georgia. (London: Pinter, 1999).

 

Michael P. Croissant, The Armenia-Azerbaijan Conflict: Causes and Implications (Connecticut: Praeger, 1998).

 

Ana K. Niedermaier, Countdown to War in Georgia: Russia's Foreign Policy and Media Coverage of the Conflict in South Ossetia and Abkhazia (Minneapolis: East View Press, 2008).