Year 2020, Volume 11 , Issue 2, Pages 22 - 35 2020-07-01

İNGİLİZ OKULU PERSPEKTİFİNDEN AFRİKA DEVLETLERİ: EGEMENLİK AÇIĞINDAN BÖLGESEL TOPLUMA
AFRICAN STATES FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF THE ENGLISH SCHOOL: FROM SOVEREIGNTY DEFICIT TO REGIONAL SOCIETY

Feride Aslı ERGÜL JORGENSEN [1]


Bu makale, Afrikalı devletlerin egemenliklerinin, iç siyasette karşılaştıkları sıkıntılardan dolayı yarım kalmış olduğu ana akım iddianın, kıta ülkelerinin işbirliği ve beraberinde gelen dışarıdan içeriye doğru ilerleyen yeni egemenleşme modeli ile tekrar okunması gerektiğini iddia eder. Bu bağlamda, devlet, egemenlik ve müdahale gibi kavramların, klasik Westfalia anlayışının dışında ele alınmasının daha doğru olacağı tezi ele alınır. Bu iddiasını, İngiliz Okulu’nun uluslararası toplum anlayışının bir uzantısı olarak görebileceğimiz bölgesel toplum oluşumunun Afrika’daki izini sürerek yapar. Eski koloni günlerine dönmek istemeyen Afrikalı devletlerin, dış müdahalelere karşı içeride liberalleşmeyi de teşvik eden bölgesel işbirliği hareketinin, uzun vadede alışılagelmişin dışında bir egemenlik oluşumu ortaya çıkarır.
This article argues that the mainstream argument that sovereignty of African states has remained unfinished due to the difficulties they faced in domestic politics, should be reread by taking into consideration the cooperation of continental countries and the new model of sovereignty that moves from outside to inside. In this context, the thesis that the concepts such as state, sovereignty and intervention are handled outside of classical Westphalian understanding. It makes this claim by following the trail of the regional community formation in Africa, which we can see as an extension of the English School's international community understanding. The African states, which do not want to return to the old colonial days, choose to cooperate against foreign interventions and this tendency has created an unusual form of sovereignty in the long run, along with domestic liberalization.
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Primary Language en
Subjects Social
Journal Section Articles
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Orcid: 0000-0003-2665-0602
Author: Feride Aslı ERGÜL JORGENSEN (Primary Author)
Institution: EGE ÜNİVERSİTESİ
Country: Turkey


Dates

Publication Date : July 1, 2020

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APA Ergül Jorgensen, F . (2020). AFRICAN STATES FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF THE ENGLISH SCHOOL: FROM SOVEREIGNTY DEFICIT TO REGIONAL SOCIETY . Ege Stratejik Araştırmalar Dergisi , 11 (2) , 22-35 . DOI: 10.18354/esam.698105
MLA Ergül Jorgensen, F . "AFRICAN STATES FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF THE ENGLISH SCHOOL: FROM SOVEREIGNTY DEFICIT TO REGIONAL SOCIETY" . Ege Stratejik Araştırmalar Dergisi 11 (2020 ): 22-35 <https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/esam/issue/55189/698105>
Chicago Ergül Jorgensen, F . "AFRICAN STATES FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF THE ENGLISH SCHOOL: FROM SOVEREIGNTY DEFICIT TO REGIONAL SOCIETY". Ege Stratejik Araştırmalar Dergisi 11 (2020 ): 22-35
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ISNAD Ergül Jorgensen, Feride Aslı . "AFRICAN STATES FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF THE ENGLISH SCHOOL: FROM SOVEREIGNTY DEFICIT TO REGIONAL SOCIETY". Ege Stratejik Araştırmalar Dergisi 11 / 2 (July 2020): 22-35 . https://doi.org/10.18354/esam.698105
AMA Ergül Jorgensen F . AFRICAN STATES FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF THE ENGLISH SCHOOL: FROM SOVEREIGNTY DEFICIT TO REGIONAL SOCIETY. ESAM. 2020; 11(2): 22-35.
Vancouver Ergül Jorgensen F . AFRICAN STATES FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF THE ENGLISH SCHOOL: FROM SOVEREIGNTY DEFICIT TO REGIONAL SOCIETY. Ege Stratejik Araştırmalar Dergisi. 2020; 11(2): 22-35.