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Author: William Hale
ISBN13: 978-0714650715
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Publisher: Routledge; 2 edition (October 30, 2000)
Pages: 392

Turkish Foreign Policy, 1774-2000 by William Hale

No part of this book may be reprinted or reproduced or utilised in any form or by any electronic, mechanical, or other means, now known or hereafter invented, including photocopying and recording, or in any information storage or retrieval system, without permission in writing from the publishers. The huge changes in the intervening period, both in global politics and Turkey’s position in the international system, have meant that it has had to be substantially rewritten, and a change of title thus seemed appropriate.

Turkish foreign policy considerations. Therefore their addition becomes imperative in a. following reprint of the book. More emphasis could also be given on the use of foreign. policy as domestic policy tool, which became of crucial importance as the power struggle. the end of the 18th century until nowadays. This over-arching approach makes Turkish. Foreign Policy 1774-2000 a valuable companion for both academic and non-academic. readers interested in studying the foreign policy of a country, which is often talked about. but only rarely understood.

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London: Frank Cass, 2000, pp. 375, bibliography, index. Turkish Foreign Policy, 1774-2000 tries to examine the diplomatic history of the country from the Treaty of Küçük Kaynarca by which Russia, among other things, acquired the right of protection over Ottoman subjects of the Orthodox faith, . the beginning of the so-called ‘Eastern Question’, until the end of the Second Millennium. This is an important book by one of the most distinguished political scientists in the field. and regional conflicts, 1964-90; Turkish Foreign Policy after the Cold War: strategic options and the domestic environment; Turkey and the West after the Cold War; Turkey and Regional Politics after the Cold War: (I) Greece, Cyprus, the Balkans and Transcaucasia; Turkey and Regional Politics after the Cold War: (II) Central Asia and the Middle East; conclusion and prospects.

For those mainly interested in Turkey's modern history, the book will fill a clear gap in the literature. Издание: иллюстрированное, перепечатанное.

Turkish Foreign Policy, 1774-2000. One short chapter covers the Ottoman Empire from 1774 to 1918, and the two following chapters take the story up to 1945. The bulk of this book covers the Cold War era and after, with an especially thorough treatment of the post-1989 period. It first touches on Turkey and the West; then Turkey's relations with Greece, Cyprus, and the states of the Balkans and the Caucasus; and finally its policy toward Central Asia and the Middle East. That is a large number of states and regions to keep in balance, and Hale manages it beautifully

This revised and updated version of William Hale's Turkish Foreign Policy 1774-2000 offers a comprehensive and analytical survey of Turkish foreign policy since the last quarter of the eighteenth century, when the Turks' relations with the rest of the world entered their most critical phase. While it provides a good overview on its subject, this book is a big yawner stylistically and refrains from going into the anecdotes and personal details that make this sort of thing interesting to read about.

Turkey and its predecessor state, the Ottoman Empire, have been at the centre of international relations for centuries. By the late eighteenth century, what had once been the dominant power in the eastern Mediterranean and south-east Europe was gradually falling apart. For the European statesmen of the nineteenth century, it had become the 'eastern question' - a complex problem of conflicts and alliances, which also raised difficult and sometimes insoluble questions for the Turks themselves. After the collapse of the empire at the end of the First World War, Turkey was reconstructed as a nation-state by Kemal Ataturk and his colleagues, committed to modernist goals. While there were important elements of continuity between the foreign policies of the old empire and the new republic, the challenges of the twentieth century also presented Turkey's rulers with new questions and policy options. Skilful diplomacy was an essential factor in the survival of the state, both during the Second World War and in the Cold War period, in which Turkey became a vital member of the NATO alliance. After the Cold War, Turkey's international role, at the cross-roads between the Balkans, the Middle East and Transcaucasia, and as an aspiring member of the European Union, acquired new complexity and importance.

This is the first attempt to bring the whole story of Turkish foreign relations together in a comprehensive survey. For those mainly interested in Turkey's modern history, the book will fill a clear gap in the literature. For those with a broader interest in international history, the book offers important pointers as to how medium-sized states have acted in the changing international environment in the past 200 years. This revised, updated edition contains a new Preface and an extended Postscript, covering events up to 2002.