|Course Name||Code||Semester||T+U Hours||Credit||ECTS|
|The Relations Between The Eu and Middle East||UAB 505||0||3 + 0||3||7|
|Recommended Optional Courses|
|Course Coordinator||Doç.Dr. İSMAİL EDİZ|
|Course Lecturers||Doç.Dr. İSMAİL EDİZ,|
|Course Assistants||Res. Asst. Bilal Yıldırım|
|Course Category||Available Basic Education in the Field|
|Course Objective||The EU is the most important organization of Europe which has had a crucial place in international system for 300 years. Through the Common Foreign and Security Policy (CFSP) which has been materialized by Masstrich Treaty of 1992, the EU has an intention to get rid of its political weakness. It will not be wrong to claim that in the future the EU will be more effective in world politics as well as in the Middle East in the frame of CFSP in spite of the reluctance of the UK-led Atlantic group. Given the pleasure of the Middle East peoples in welcoming the EU?s increasing influence in the region in order to balance the USA, it is significant to examine Brussels?s policies toward the region, especially in terms of Turkey which belongs to the both region.|
|Course Content||The Common Foreign and Security Policy of the EU
The EU´s Palestine-Israel Policy
The EU´s Iraq Policy
Iran Question and the EU
Syria Question and the EU
Tukey´s role in the Middle East Politics of the EU
|#||Course Learning Outcomes||Teaching Methods||Assessment Methods|
|1||It analyzes the role of the EU in political and economic system||Lecture, Question-Answer, Discussion, Brain Storming, Self Study,||Testing, Homework,|
|2||It explains the EU´s common foreign and security policy||Lecture, Discussion, Self Study,||Testing, Homework,|
|3||It analyzes underlying determinants of the EU´s Middle East policy||Lecture, Question-Answer, Discussion,||Testing, Homework,|
|4||It argues about the importance of the Middle East in terms of the EU||Lecture, Question-Answer, Discussion,||Testing, Homework,|
|5||It examines the role of Turkey in the EU´s Middle East policy||Lecture, Question-Answer, Discussion, Self Study,||Testing, Homework,|
|6||It explains the EU´s policy toward Israeli-Palestinian conflict||Lecture, Question-Answer, Discussion, Self Study,||Testing, Homework,|
|7||It accounts for the EU´s Iraq policy||Lecture, Question-Answer, Discussion, Self Study,||Testing, Homework,|
|8||It accounts for the EU´s policy toward Iran question||Lecture, Question-Answer, Discussion, Self Study,||Testing, Homework,|
|9||It accounts for the EU´s policy toward Syria, Lebanon, and Egypt questions||Lecture, Question-Answer, Discussion, Self Study,||Testing, Homework,|
|Week||Course Topics||Preliminary Preparation|
|1||The EU in World Politics|
|2||The Aim and Beginning of the Common Foreign and Security Policy|
|3||The Evolution of CFSP - I|
|4||The Evolution of CFSP - II|
|5||CFSP - Actors and Tools|
|6||General Properties of the Middle East|
|7||Iraq Question and the EU - I|
|8||Iraq Question and the EU - II|
|9||The EU´s policy toward Israeli-Palestinian conflict - I|
|10||The EU´s policy toward Israeli-Palestinian conflict - II|
|11||The EU´s Iran Policy|
|12||The EU´s Turkey Policy|
|13||the EU´s policy toward Syria, Lebanon, Egypt and Africa|
|14||Economic Relations between the EU and the Middle East|
|Course Notes||Patrick Müller, EU Foreign Policymaking and the Middle East Conflict: The Europeanization of national foreign policy, Routledge, 2011<br><br>Joel Peters, The European Union and the Arab Spring: Promoting Democracy and Human Rights in the Middle East, Lexington Book, 2012<br><br>Taylan Özgür Kaya, The Middle East Peace Process and the EU: Foreign Policy and Security Strategy in International Politics, I. B. Tauris, 2013<br><br>Amir M. Kamel, The Drivers of EU Middle East Foreign Policy: Oil: A Quantitative Content Analysis Approach, LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, 2011<br><br>Christian Koch, Unfulfilled Potential: Exploring the GCC-EU Relationship, Gulf Research Center, 2008<br><br>Bilal Karabulut, European Union-Israel relations, Gazi Akademik Bakış 2008,1(2):1-18 <br><br>James Wood, European Union and Iran: The Coming War, CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2012<br><br>Anoushiravan Ehteshami, Mahjoob Zweiri, Iran´s Foreign Policy: From Khatami to Ahmadinejad, Ithaca Press, 2011<br><br>Youssef M. Choueiri, Ortadoğu Tarihi & Dini, Siyasi, Kültürel ve Ekonomik Perspektiften, İnkilap Kitabevi, 2012<br><br>E. Sare Aydın, European Neighbourhood Policy: The Case Of Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Occupied Palestine and Tunusia, Journal of International Social Research, Summer2012, Vol. 5 Issue 22, p234-245, 13p<br><br>Raymond Hinnebusch, Europe and the Middle East: From Imperialism to Liberal Peace?, Review of European Studies. July2012, Vol. 4 Issue 3, p18-31. 14p. <br><br>Daniela Huber, Democracy Assistance in the Middle East and North Africa: A Comparison of US and EU Policies, Mediterranean Politics. Mar2008, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p43-62. 20p. <br><br>Peter Seeberg, Union for the Mediterranean-Pragmatic Multilateralism and the Depoliticization of EU-Middle Eastern Relations, Middle East Critique. Fall2010, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p287-302. 16p.<br><br>Rory Miller, Europe´s Palestine Problem: Making Sure the EU Matters to Middle East Peace, IN: Foreign Affairs, September/October 2011, Vol. 90, Issue 5, 8-12 <br><br>Ana Echague; Helene Michou; Barah Mikail, Europe and the Arab Uprisings: EU Vision versus Member State Action, Mediterranean Politics. Jul2011, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p329-335. 7p. <br><br>Kemal İnat, Irak: ABD ve Saddam Hüseyin ?İşbirliği? ile Gelen Yıkım, Dünya Çatışmaları, Cilt 1, eds. K. İnat, B. Duran, M. Ataman, Nobel Yayınları, Ankara, 2010, ss. 9-98.|
|Course Resources||David Reynolds, Europe Divided and Reunited, 1945?1995, T. C. W. Blannıng (Edit.), The Oxford history of Modern Europe, Oxford University Press, New York, 2000, ss. 282-306
? Rudolf Hrbek, Europa in der internationalen Politik, Andreas Boeckh (Edit.), Lexikon der Politik. Internationale Beziehungen, C.H. Beck, München 1994, ss. 131-150.
? David Aikman, The Great Divorce: The U.S. and Europe After the Cold War, American Spectator, May2005, Vol. 38 Issue 4, p64-68.
? Ruud Janssens and Rob Kroes, Post-Cold War Europe, Post-Cold War America, Amsterdam: vu University Press, 2004.
? Neda Atanasoski, ?Race? Toward Freedom: Post-Cold War US Multiculturalism and the Reconstruction of Eastern Europe, Journal of American Culture, Jun2006, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p213-226.
? Emil Kirchner and James Sperling, EU security governance, Manchester University Pres, Manchester, 2007
Desmond Dinan (Edit.), Avrupa Birliği Ansiklopedisi, Kitap Yayınevi, İstanbul, ss. 176-179.
Wallace, William (2005), Foreign and Security Policy, Helen Wallace and William Wallace Policy-Making in the European Union, Oxford University Pres, Oxford, ss. 429-456.? http://europa.eu.int (AB Resmi Sitesi)
? http://www.deltur.cec.eu.int/ (Avrupa Komisyonu Türkiye Delegasyonu)
? Wallace, William (2005), Foreign and Security Policy, Helen Wallace and William Wallace Policy-Making in the European Union, Oxford University Pres, Oxford, ss. 429-456.
? Smith, Michael E. (2004), Europe?s Foreign and Security Policy, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, ss. 37-62.
? Ülger, İrfan Kaya (2002), Avrupa Birliğinde Siyasal Bütünleşme, Gündoğan, İstanbul, ss. 113-141.
? Weidenfeld, Werner (2002) Europa Handbuch, BZP, Bonn, ss. 454-476 ve 585-602.
? Fritzler, Marc ve Günther Unser (2001), Die Europaeische Union, BZP, Bonn, ss. 113-130.
? Salmon, Trevor, The European Security and Defence Policy: Built on Rocks or Sand?, European Foreign Affairs Review, Autumn 2005, Vol. 10 Issue 3, p359-379.
|Order||Program Outcomes||Level of Contribution|
|1||Having and using advanced knowledge and comprehension supported by the recent textbooks, materials and the other scientific resources in the fields of International Relations and European Union.||X|
|2||Analyzing data, ideas and concepts of International Relations and European Union with the scientific methods, determining complex events and topics, making discussions and developing new suggestions based on scientific researches||X|
|3||Having knowledge and thought about the current issues and problems together with their historical, social and cultural aspects||X|
|4||Informing audience groups, who are interested or uninterested in the field, about the topics in International Relations and European Union and teaching them the problems and the solution methods of the subject matters||X|
|5||Having the skills of working coherently in a team, taking initiatives, being open-minded and thinking analytically||X|
|6||Using Turkish well, having a good written and oral communication skills and also having the ability of empathy||X|
|7||Having the skills and potential of self improvement in the career areas of International Relations and European Union such as attaché and ambassador||X|
|8||Having the skills about methods and research techniques in producing, using and reaching knowledge||X|
|9||Having conscious about professional and scientific ethics||X|
|10||Deeping and expanding the knowledge of undergraduate proficiency which is acquired in a same or different field than International Relations and European Union, and also accessing, examining and elucidating knowledge by making scientific research||X|
|Semester Studies||Contribution Rate|
|1. Ara Sınav||40|
|1. Performans Görevi (Seminer)||20|
|ECTS - Workload Activity||Quantity||Time (Hours)||Total Workload (Hours)|
|Course Duration (Including the exam week: 16x Total course hours)||16||3||48|
|Hours for off-the-classroom study (Pre-study, practice)||16||3||48|
|Total Workload / 25 (Hours)||6.84|