politics, iconography, postmaterialist, government
Turkey seems to forever be at a balancing point—between East and West, secular and Muslim, autocratic and liberal, ancient and modern. As a rising economic power in a region plagued by turmoil, it has enormous strategic importance as both a center of power and a model for others. Pulled in multiple directions by its diverse population, few outcomes seem implausible for Turkey. In the coming decades, it could become a model for Western integration as a full EU member, an Islamist state seeking to regain Ottoman glory, and just about anything in between. With such high stakes, the political battle to determine Turkey’s future direction is intense.
"The Iconography of the Turkish Lira,"
Sigma: Journal of Political and International Studies: Vol. 32
, Article 6.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/sigma/vol32/iss1/6