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Kepentingan Turki Dalam Penempatan Sistem Pertahanan Anti-Misil Balistik NATO di Turki (Ridwan Herdiawan)

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  • Judul artikel eJournal: Kepentingan Turki Dalam Penempatan Sistem Pertahanan Anti-Misil Balistik NATO di Turki
  • Pengarang (nama mhs): Ridwan Herdiawan
  • Abstrak (max. 1600 huruf atau 250 kata): Following the NATO Lisbon Summit in 2010, On September 2nd, 2011, Turkey formally agreed to host the deployment of NATO’s X-band radar as part of an antiballistic missile defense system (ABMDS) in Europe despite getting both domestic and foreign objections. These objections could certainly disrupt the relationships between Turkey and its neighboring countries such as Iran, Syria, and Russia. The results showed that growing ballistic missile threat from within the Middle East region, lack of missile defense system, playing its role for stabilizing the Middle East from the threat posed by ballistic missiles proliferation in the region and the need for increasing its relationship with the United States were the main determinants influencing Turkey’s decision to host NATO’s ABMDS on its soil. In other words, securing its territory, being a regional power and increasing its relationship with the U.S were the political and security interests behind Turkey’s decision to host NATO’s antiballistic missile defense system on its soil.
  • Kata kunci (max. 80 huruf atau 10 kata): Turkey’s Interests, Anti-Ballistic Missile Defense System, NATO
  • NIM: 0802045159
  • Angkatan (tahun masuk, mis. 2009): 2008
  • Program Studi: Ilmu Hubungan Internasional
  • Sumber tulisan: Skripsi
  • Pembimbing: Aisyah, S.IP, MA, Yuniarti, S.IP, M.Si
  • Nama eJournal: eJournal Ilmu Hubungan Internasional
  • Volume: 1
  • Nomor: 2
  • Tahun: 2013
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