Seventy-five Years of the Turkish Republic

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Sylvia Kedourie
Psychology Press, 2000 - History - 237 pages
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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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Contents

Atatiirk and the Kurds Andrew Mango
1
Sultan Resads Macedonian
26
Enver Pasa
40
Turkeys Participation in the Middle East Command
70
The Forgotten Alliance? AngloTurkish
103
The Evolution of CivilMilitary Relations
130
Historical
152
What is the Matter with Citizenship? Ahmet Icduygu
187
Return to Stability? Svante E Cornell
209
Index
235
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