Seventy-five Years of the Turkish Republic
Psychology Press, 2000 - History - 237 pages
This collection examines the issues which - over the first 75 years of the Turkish Republic - have shaped, and will continue to influence, Turkey's foreign and domestic policy: the legacy of the Ottoman empire, the concept of citizenship, secular democracy, Islamicism and civil-military relations.
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