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Turkish Republic at seventy-five years
|Statement||edited by David Shankland.|
|LC Classifications||DR576 .T87 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 129 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||129|
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Edited By Sylvia Kedourie. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 13 September Author: Sylvia Kedourie. Book Overview This work represents the proceedings of a seminar held in London to mark the 75th anniversary of the Turkish Republic.
Speakers addressed a number of themes, including Kermalism, political development, the growth of the economy, and the Cyprus question within the context of Turkey's foreign policy.
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Seventy-five years of the Turkish Republic. [Sylvia Kedourie;] -- "Turkey's modern history has been full of instability and continuing contradictions. The nature of national identity and its relationship to the state continues to be hotly debated, and Turks pare. The achievements of the Republic in seventy-five years have paved the way for women’s equal citizenship rights and their uncontested presence in the public sphere in modern Turkey, However, laws and public sphere transformations do not define all life conditions.
Sylvia Kedourie (b. Baghdad, Decem - d. London, Octo ), born Sylvia Haim, was an historian of the Middle East. Kedourie was married to fellow scholar of the history of the Middle East Elie Kedourie. Kedourie edited a series of books about the Middle East including, Seventy-five Years of the Turkish Republic (Routledge, ); Turkey: identity, Authority control: BIBSYS:ISNI:.
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Kedourie, Sylvia. Turkey Before and After Ataturk: Internal and External Affairs () pp. (). Determinants of Turkish foreign policy: historical framework and traditional inputs. Middle Eastern Studies: Vol.
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