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The chapter offers a critical account of how the Turkish (high) courts have approached the complex questions that arise in domestic litigation concerning the relationship between international law and Turkey’s domestic law. The chapter first engages in a theoretical debate and doctrinal exploration on the place of international law in the Turkish domestic legal order. It also provides a brief account of the Turkish constitutional approach to its international obligations, which has been extensively interpreted, implemented and supplemented by the practices of Turkish national legislative and executive organs. Second, and more importantly, it maps the explicit and implicit influence of Turkish constitutional-national principles in Turkish case law vis-à-vis Turkey’s international legal commitments.
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Turkey, international law, human rights, Turkish Constitution, domestic law

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Qoraboyev, Ikboljon, and Emre Turkut. 2019. “Turkey.” In Duelling for Supremacy : International Law Vs. National Fundamental Principles, ed. Fulvio Maria Palombino, 336–354. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
APA
Qoraboyev, I., & Turkut, E. (2019). Turkey. In F. M. Palombino (Ed.), Duelling for supremacy : international law vs. national fundamental principles (pp. 336–354). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
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Qoraboyev I, Turkut E. Turkey. In: Palombino FM, editor. Duelling for supremacy : international law vs. national fundamental principles. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press; 2019. p. 336–54.
MLA
Qoraboyev, Ikboljon, and Emre Turkut. “Turkey.” Duelling for Supremacy : International Law Vs. National Fundamental Principles. Ed. Fulvio Maria Palombino. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2019. 336–354. Print.
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  abstract     = {The chapter offers a critical account of how the Turkish (high) courts have approached the complex questions that arise in domestic litigation concerning the relationship between international law and Turkey’s domestic law. The chapter first engages in a theoretical debate and doctrinal exploration on the place of international law in the Turkish domestic legal order. It also provides a brief account of the Turkish constitutional approach to its international obligations, which has been extensively interpreted, implemented and supplemented by the practices of Turkish national legislative and executive organs. Second, and more importantly, it maps the explicit and implicit influence of Turkish constitutional-national principles in Turkish case law vis-à-vis Turkey’s international legal commitments.},
  author       = {Qoraboyev, Ikboljon and Turkut, Emre},
  booktitle    = {Duelling for supremacy : international law vs. national fundamental principles},
  editor       = {Palombino, Fulvio Maria},
  isbn         = {9781108475266},
  keywords     = {Turkey,international law,human rights,Turkish Constitution,domestic law},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {336--354},
  publisher    = {Cambridge University Press},
  title        = {Turkey},
  url          = {https://www.cambridge.org/it/academic/subjects/law/public-international-law/duelling-supremacy-international-law-vs-national-fundamental-principles?format=HB},
  year         = {2019},
}