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Amikam Nachmani

above and beyond the political events noted here, ideological, economic and social motives came into play in the rise of Islam in Turkey. The crisis of communism throughout the world and the repression of the Turkish left channeled many marginal or extreme groups to another radical alternative –Islam. When growing portions of the population fail to ameliorate their lot through modernization, the answer to inflation, unemployment, uncontrolled urbanization and exorbitant real estate costs, slums and alienation, is Islam. Islam seemed to offer a third way: neither

in Turkey: facing a new millennium
The logics underpining EU enlargement
Helene Sjursen
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Karen E. Smith

identity at the European level that could underpin the development of a common foreign policy. Values could collide at that level. In this case, there is a third way that might provide the basis for cooperation other than one based on values. To assess the validity of different perspectives, and to resolve collisions between different norms and different ideas of the good life, it would be necessary to find

in Rethinking European Union Foreign Policy
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Geoffrey K. Roberts
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Patricia Hogwood

third way’ which would produce a democratic but socialist form of state within the GDR. [See also: reunification of Germany*] Böll, Heinrich German author and political campaigner. Böll was born in Cologne in 1917. After the Second World War he became renowned for his novels and short stories, dealing with life in the Nazi period, the war and the post-war years. He was awarded the Nobel Prize for

in The politics today companion to West European Politics