Variable Middle East Policies of Turkey From 1925 to 1960
1 Mart 2017
Ahmet ZENGİN (3 Yazı)
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Variable Middle East Policies of Turkey From 1925 to 1960

Abstract

Turkey has been the main actor who effects region by directly ruling or inspiring them as well. Turkey had to leave the territory after losing the WW1. Following 5 years after collapse of Ottoman was enough tough for Turkey to handle for itself. Especially becoming a secular nation-state made the things complex, because of the religious and national diversity which is inherited from The Ottoman Empire to Turkey. Such these difficulties were not only living and influencing the interior policies but also strongly influenced the external policies as well. But this new established country was having some troubles with sustaining a stable policy for the Middle East. For a long time, Turkey did not want to intervene the territory; but this was changing time by time due to external forcements and internal pressures on governments. This paper attempts to analyze the question of why Middle East Policies of Turkey were variable in the light of true source of knowledge such as survey, poll and scholarly study.

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Variable Middle East Policies of Turkey From 1925 to 1960

Ahmet ZENGİN

Ahmet ZENGİN

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