Kemal Ataturk

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Turkish statesman who abolished the caliphate and founded Turkey as a modern secular state (1881-1938)

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After tracing the intellectual origins of Turkish nationalism, Uzer sets out to examine the development of the official nationalist ideology under the new Kemalist arrangements from 1923 onwards.
Nevertheless, this criticism of Islam, and particularly the role of the clerical class, was tempered by a tendency to view Turkish-speaking Muslims as the true Turks, a contradiction preserved in Kemalist thought which Uzer maintains eventually led to the resurgence of conservative nationalism.
The Gulen-AKP alliance formed against the Kemalist military establishment was able to cut the general's wings.
Kemalist secularism was not the expression of a wide, popular movement from below; it was imposed by a small urban elite-military and intellectual-on a traditional and mostly rural society.
Under the name of preserving the Kemalist ideology, military-led juntas supported by secular elites staged numerous military coups, interrupting Turkish democratic growth.
10, 2014 led AKP cabinets since it won the November 2002 elections, has been trying to force his Kemalist foes to visit him at his new palace.
The second constitution was issued in 1961 which upheld the republic's Kemalist ideology.
Taksim and its surrounding districts then presented the ideal place for Prost to implement the planning principles of the Kemalist regime.
Turkish newspaper Today's Zaman worries that new restrictions imposed on the sale and advertising of alcohol diminish the autonomy of society and revive the old interventionist state.The underlining feature of the Kemalist regime was its presumption that it could constitute a "new society" by means of the state apparatus and interventions.
The Religious Affairs Directorate, which monopolizes and controls religious affairs in line with its Sunni-Hanafi doctrine, was not instituted by the AKP government but by the hard-line secular Kemalist regime.
Davutoglu is not liked by Kemalist politicians, but he is respected for his skills and is liked by US diplomats.
At home, however, there is a low-intensity power struggle between the government and the Kemalist establishment which is secular.
The internal power conflict within Turkey between the AKP-led government and the traditional Kemalist elite including the army has not been concluded yet.
It took a century and a democratic revolution invoked by the Justice and Development Party (AKP)--a coalition of conservatives, reformed Islamists and Islamists that came to power in 2002--for Turkey's "Kemalist Occident," or dalliance with the West, to end.