Hursit Dingil, Ph.D. Candidate, Discipline-oriented Research Paper
Understanding Syrian Migration to Turkey: Re-visiting Huntington’s Perspective
Since the social demonstrations in Syria gave way to the civil war, the world has once again entered a period of crisis. International politics and humanitarian crises constitute the two most important consequences of the Syrian civil war, and many international organizations are making sufficient/insufficient efforts to solve the problems that have developed under these two major crisis types. While some studies have preferred to discuss the reflections of Syria on the international political arena through its impact on the foreign policies of the countries concerned, some studies have conducted research on its effects at the regional and global level. However, especially after 2013, there has been a significant increase in the number of studies evaluating the Syrian civil war by focusing on terrorist organizations. This crisis arises from the problem of how the Syrian migration flows affect/will affect the internal relations of the receiving country.
Dingil, H. (2021). Understanding Syrian Migratıon to Turkey: Re-visiting Huntington’s Perspectıve. Journal of Islamic Politics, 1(2), 29–43. https://doi.org/10.2021/jispol.v1i2.14