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dc.contributor.editorMehmet Bulut
dc.date.accessioned2014-11-14T14:47:34Z
dc.date.available2014-11-14T14:47:34Z
dc.date.issued2014en_US
dc.identifier.citationBulut, M. (ed.) (2014). Resilkroad (1st ed., p. 332). İstanbul Sabahattin Zaim Üniversitesi.
dc.identifier.isbn9786056203879
dc.identifier.urihttps://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12436/118
dc.descriptionWith the collaboration of Ankara Center for Thought and Research (ADAM), Istanbul Commerce University (ITICU), Istanbul Medeniyet University (IMU), Yıldırım Beyazıt University (YBU); and the sponsorship of Promotion Fund of Prime Ministry in Turkey.en_US
dc.description.abstractSilk Road was a network of interlinking trade routes across the Afro-Eurasian landmass. Since second century B.C., China exported silk to different countries in the west as far as the countries on the Mediterranean Coast along different routes. Turkey of ficially launched an undersea commuter train (the Marmaray) connecting the Asian and Eu - ropean sides of Istanbul on Tuesday, 29 October 2013. It seems that the Marmaray is more than just a Turkish project to improve public trans - portation in Istanbul, but part of the Silk Road, which has served humanity for centuries, con - necting Asia and Europe. Moreover, this pro - ject will revive historical silk road. That road was not only caravan road but a road that links Western and Eastern civilisations. Nowadays China is also planning to make serious invest - ment to revive “the New Silk Road” that will run through Central Asia and continue into Eu - rope facilitating improved transport and trade. Globalisation generally refers to the increased interdependence of the world’s economies sig - nified by the circulation of information, money, people and goods across national boundaries. It has of late, given rise to the domination of world’s market by a selected number of trans - national corporations. However, since time immemorial, different countries were related to one another through geographical spread of ideas, social norms and trading commodi - ties. This pre-modern phase of globalisation is known as “archaic globalization”. In the fol - lowing years we will see that the new projects realised by the countries on the historical Silk Road will play a key role on the new integration process between the east and west as well as the north and the south. The papers in this book invite us to rethink and focus on Silkroad.en_US
dc.description.tableofcontentsMehmet BULUT / INTRODUCTION
dc.description.tableofcontentsNicola DI COSMO / A NOTE ON THE FORMATION OF THE “SILK ROAD” AS LONGDISTANCE EXCHANGE NETWORK
dc.description.tableofcontentsDebin MA / THE GREAT SILK EXCHANGE: HOW THE WORLD WAS CONNECTED AND DEVELOPED
dc.description.tableofcontentsRamesh Chandra MUKHOPADHYAYA & Mousumi GHOSH / SILK ROAD – A GLANCE AT ARCHAIC GLOBALIZATION
dc.description.tableofcontentsMesut IDRIZ / RETHINKING THE REGION OF PEACE, COLLABORATION AND TRADE BETWEEN THE EAST AND THE WEST
dc.description.tableofcontentsBejtulla DEMIRI / SOME ASPECTS OF SILK ROAD AS A PARADIGM FOR INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS: MODERN POLITICS AND MULTICULTURALISM
dc.description.tableofcontentsSahavet GÜRDAL, İlknur BİLGEN, Fatma Tuğba DURSUN / SILKROAD OF THE CENTURY: A RESEARCH ON DETERMINING THE REGIONAL MARKET POTENTIAL OF THE TRANSPORTATION CORRIDOR TRACECA
dc.description.tableofcontentsMehmet BULUT / THE OTTOMANS AND LONG-DISTANCE TRADE IN THE EARLY MODERN WORLD
dc.description.tableofcontentsAkhlaque Ahmad AHAN / MAWLANA JALALUDDIN RUMI AND THE SILK ROUTE
dc.description.tableofcontentsAbdolhossein H. PARIZANGANEH / ETHNICAL VARIATIONS IN PERSONAL CONCERN FOR ENVIRONMENT: A CASE STUDY ALONG THE SILK ROAD IN IRAN
dc.description.tableofcontentsBilall M. KASSAMI / THE APPROACH OF WESTERNERS TOWARD THE SILK ROAD
dc.description.tableofcontentsIssa H. ZIDDY / THE FAMOUS SOUTHERN END OF THE SILK ROAD: Zanzibar ’s role in shaping the world religions ’ map in the region
dc.description.tableofcontentsJasmina S. ĆIRIC / MESSAGES IN SILK: ORNAMENTS AND SILKEN DRESS CODES IN 14th CENTURY ART IN SERBIA
dc.description.tableofcontentsSemsudin PLOJOVIC, Suad BECIROVIC, Senad BUSATLIC, Enis UJKANOVIC / Possibilities of application of Robinson Crusoe example and the theory of closed systems in the theory of economic development in countries in transition Along the Silk Road , Case of Serbia
dc.description.tableofcontentsKamal ASIF & Mohammad Zafar IQBAL / ENERGY SUFFICIENCY AND ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY
dc.description.tableofcontentsMuhidin MULALIC & Mirsad KARIC / THE WESTERN BALKANS GEOPOLjITICS AND RUSSIAN ENERGY POLITICS
dc.description.tableofcontentsGiray SADIK / TURKISH FOREIGN POLICY BETWEEN EUROSKEPTICISM AND EURASIAN ALTERNATIVES
dc.description.tableofcontentsAhmet KESİK / ECONOMIC AND COMMERCIAL RELATIONS BETWEEN TURKEY AND FAST GROWING ECONOMIES OF EAST ASIA
dc.description.tableofcontentsAgim MAMUTI / ECONOMIC RELATIONS BETWEEN TURKEY AND MACEDONIA
dc.description.tableofcontentsFehmi AGCA , Shener BILALLI / IMPACT OF TAKSIM GEZI PARK EVENTS ON THE PERCEPTIONS OF PEOPLE IN THE MIDDLE EAST AND THE BALKANS
dc.description.tableofcontentsUbaid MUSHTAQ / THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF INTRA-KASHMIR TRADE
dc.description.tableofcontentsMelanie STABAUER - Irfan ARIKAN / UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITES
dc.description.tableofcontentsMehmed GANIC / THE INTEGRATION OF WESTERN BALKAN ECONOMIES IN GLOBAL ECONOMIC FLOWS
dc.language.isoengen_US
dc.publisherİstanbul Sabahattin Zaim Üniversitesien_US
dc.relation.ispartofseriesİstanbul Sabahattin Zaim Üniversitesi Yayın No; 08
dc.rightsinfo:eu-repo/semantics/closedAccess
dc.subjectİpek Yoluen_US
dc.subjectTürkiyeen_US
dc.subjectJeopolitiken_US
dc.subjectSilk roaden_US
dc.subjectTurkeyen_US
dc.subjectGeopoliticsen_US
dc.titleResilkroaden_US
dc.title.alternativeİpekyolu
dc.typebooken_US
dc.departmentİZÜen_US
dc.relation.publicationcategoryKitap - Ulusal Kitapen_US
dc.institutionauthorMehmet Bulut


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