BüyükbaŞ, Hakki
June 2004
Ekev Academic Review;Summer2004, Vol. 8 Issue 20, p1
Academic Journal
This article, attempt to perceive the conflicting and contradictory attitudes, which means deep crises that have come into existence among EU states and between EU and the USA on the recent Iraq issue, according to the theoretical approaches which are dominant in the scientific discipline of International Relations. In this framework, by examining such approaches as "Democratic Peace", "Neo realism" and, "Neo liberal Institutionalism", fundamental hypotheses of these approaches has been reviewed critically. Whether they represent an explanatory model for apprehending conflicting attitudes of EU countries such as France and Great Britain is examined.


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