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LE SAVOIR TURC À LA CONQUÊTE DU MOYEN-ORIENT : SOCIOLOGIE D'UN CHAMP D'EXPERTISE DE POLITIQUE ÉTRANGÈRE

Abstract : Turkish Knowledge Takes on the Middle East: Sociology of a Foreign Policy Expert Field Starting with the normalization of Turkish-Syrian relations in 1998, Turkish-Arab relations began to warm up and develop. This renewed political interest for the Middle East and, more particularly, the Arab Near East was accompanied by growing academic and media interest. When Ahmet Davutoğlu was named Minister of Foreign Affairs in the late 2000s, a constellation of individual and collective actors from the academic world, the politico-administrative field and the media stood out by virtue of their intense production and diffusion of knowledge relating to the foreign policy of the AKP government vis-à-vis this region or directly connected to Near Eastern sociopolitical developments. Multiple individual positions as well as collaborations and rivalries between actors suggested the possibility that an autonomous expert field was emerging at the junction of several sectors of activity. However, with Turkish Mideast policy called into question following the Arab uprisings, the operation and divisions of this field were revealed.
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Jean-Baptiste Le Moulec. LE SAVOIR TURC À LA CONQUÊTE DU MOYEN-ORIENT : SOCIOLOGIE D'UN CHAMP D'EXPERTISE DE POLITIQUE ÉTRANGÈRE. Critique Internationale, Presses de sciences po, 2019. ⟨hal-02537915⟩

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