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OТ ОПЕКИ К ГРАЖДАНСКОМУ КОНТРОЛЮ: КАК ИЗМЕНИЛАСЬ РОЛЬ ТУРЕЦКОЙ АРМИИ?

https://doi.org/10.23932/2542-0240-2017-10-3-68-82

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В статье рассматривается трансформация военно-гражданских отношений в Турции на пути  от опеки со стороны армии к гражданскому контролю. Для того чтобы произвести подобный  анализ, в статье рассмотрены следующие аспекты проблемы. Автор описывает пути, по которым проходила институционализация военного влияния на граждан, начиная от военного переворота 1960 г. и заканчивая анализом событий начала 2000-х гг. В работе  приведен ряд важнейших событий и процессов, протекавших в 2000-х гг., во время правления Партии справедливости и развития. Затем автор рассматривает причины  неудачи военного переворота 15 июля 2016 г., что позволило также сделать вывод о  влиянии попытки переворота в целом. Радикальные действия турецкого правительства  станут причиной как серьезных краткосрочных, так и долгосрочных изменений в  гражданско-военных отношениях Турции, равно как и в самой организационной структуре военных сил после  недавней неудачной попытки переворота.

Об авторе

Акар КУТАЙ
Восточно-Средиземноморский Университет
Кипр

факультет политической науки и международных отношений, Восточно- Средиземноморский Университет

Мерсин ул., 10, Фамагуста, 5000, Турецкая Республика Северного Кипра



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КУТАЙ А. OТ ОПЕКИ К ГРАЖДАНСКОМУ КОНТРОЛЮ: КАК ИЗМЕНИЛАСЬ РОЛЬ ТУРЕЦКОЙ АРМИИ? Контуры глобальных трансформаций: политика, экономика, право. 2017;10(3):68-82. https://doi.org/10.23932/2542-0240-2017-10-3-68-82

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KUTAY A. FROM GUARDIANSHIP TO CIVILIAN CONTROL: HOW DID THE TURKISH MILITARY GET HERE? Outlines of global transformations: politics, economics, law. 2017;10(3):68-82. https://doi.org/10.23932/2542-0240-2017-10-3-68-82

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