Year 2016, Volume 3, Issue 2, Pages 106 - 137 2016-12-31

FROM REGİME SECURİTY TO HUMAN SECURİTY İN MİDDLE EAST: JORDAN SAMPLE
ORTADOĞU'DA REJİM GÜVENLİĞİNDEN İNSAN GÜVENLİĞİNE:ÜRDÜN ÖRNEĞİ

Selahattin ertürk Çiftçi [1]

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Jordan, which was a colony of Great Britain until Second World War and gained independence after the war, is a sample of third world state with its weak economy, weak institutional capacity and weak socio-political cohesion between state and society. Third world states make the regime security’s reference object of security in their security policies. On the contrary, Jordan, with its security strategies becomes alternative to general third world security theories. By being an only Middle Eastern member of Human Security Network, which aims to take forward Human Security notion, Jordan distinguishes from the other Middle East and third world states. In this article, the motivation of prioritizing regime security and human security in Jordan will be examined.

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Ortadoğu’da Büyük Britanya sömürgesi iken İkinci Dünya Savaşı sonrası bağımsızlığını kazanmış olan Ürdün; zayıf ekonomisi, yetersiz kurumsal altyapısı ve toplum ile devlet arasındaki sosyo-politik oydaşmanın zayıflığı sebepleriyle bir üçüncü dünya ülkesi örneğidir. Üçüncü dünya ülkeleri, rejimi güvenliğin referans nesnesi haline getiren bir güvenlik konseptine sahiptir. Bu noktada bir üçüncü dünya ülkesi olması açısından Ürdün, uygulamaya çalıştığı güvenlik stratejisi ile hâkim üçüncü dünya güvenlik teorilerine bir alternatif oluşturmaktadır. İnsan güvenliği kavramını daha ileri bir noktaya taşımak için kurulan İnsan Güvenliği Ağı’na üye olan tek Ortadoğulu devlet olması açısından Ürdün, güvenlik politikası olarak rejim güvenliğinden insan güvenliğine geçişi ile Ortadoğu’daki diğer devletlerden ve benzeri üçüncü dünya ülkelerinden ayrılmaktadır. Bu çalışmada da Ürdün’ün rejim güvenliği ve insan güvenliğini önceleyen politikalarının ardındaki motivasyonlar incelenmeye çalışılacaktır. 


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            Jordan which was a colony of Great Britain until Second World War and gained independence after the war, is a sample of third world state with its weak economy, weak institutional capacity and weak socio-political cohesion between state and society. Third world states make the regime security reference object of security in their security policies. On the contrary, Jordan, with its security strategies becomes alternative to general third world security theories. By being an only Middle Eastern member of Human Security Network, which aims to take forward Human Security notion, Jordan distinguishes from the other Middle East and third world states. In this article the motivation of prioritizing regime security and human security in Jordan will be examined. 

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Subjects Social
Published Date 2016/2
Journal Section Makaleler
Authors

Orcid: 0000-0001-7965-7782
Author: Selahattin ertürk Çiftçi
Institution: Adnan Menderes Üniversitesi, Sosyal Bilimler Enstitüsü, Uluslararası İlişkiler Anabilim Dalı
Country: Turkey


Dates

Publication Date: December 31, 2016

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