Etatism and Diplomacy in Turkey: Economic and Foreign Policy Strategies in an Uncertain World, 1929-1939

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This timely volume deals with Turkey's etatist policy and foreign relations in the early years after the fall of the Ottoman empire. It elucidates the symbiotic relationship between Turkey's internal developments and its international strategies, filling a gap in modern Turkish history by systematically researching an era which is practically untouched.
The first part of the book examines the theory and politics of etatism, while the second part, on Turkish diplomacy of the ...

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Overview

This timely volume deals with Turkey's etatist policy and foreign relations in the early years after the fall of the Ottoman empire. It elucidates the symbiotic relationship between Turkey's internal developments and its international strategies, filling a gap in modern Turkish history by systematically researching an era which is practically untouched.
The first part of the book examines the theory and politics of etatism, while the second part, on Turkish diplomacy of the interwar period, is especially important for diplomatic historians.

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  • ISBN-13: 9789004108554
  • Publisher: Brill Academic Publishers, Inc.
  • Publication date: 2/4/1998
  • Series: Ottoman Empire and its Heritage Series , #14
  • Pages: 256
  • Product dimensions: 6.38 (w) x 9.52 (h) x 0.88 (d)

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Dilek Barlas, Ph.D. (1993) in History, University of Chicago, is Professor of History at Koc University, Istanbul. She has published articles on diplomatic and economic history.

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Table of Contents

General Introduction
Pt. 1 State Strategies in Response to the World Economic Crisis
Ch. I State Policies of the Countries in Turkey's Neighborhood 6
Eastern Europe and the Balkans 6
a Countries 8
b Manoilescu's Theory and Economic Reality 28
The Middle East 33
The State 37
Ch. II Etatism as a Political Theory in Turkey 42
Intellectuals' Views on Etatism 42
Ziya Gokalp 43
Kadro 47
Ahmet Hamdi Basar 52
Ahmet Agaoglu 57
Statesmen's Views on Etatism 60
Mustafa Kemal Ataturk 60
Ismet Inonu 64
Celal Bayar 67
Recep Peker 69
Mustafa Seref Ozkan 72
Ch. III The Politics of Etatism 76
Historical Background of Etatism 76
Implementation of Etatism 81
International Finance and Trade 82
The Railroad Policy 89
The Industrial Program 92
Official Acceptance of Etatism 99
Pt. 2 Turkish Foreign Policy During the Etatist Period
Ch. IV From the World Economic Crisis to the Balkan Entente, 1929-1934 114
Historical Background 114
Turkey, the Soviet Union and Britain 124
Turkey, the Balkan Countries and Italy 132
Ch. V The Transitional Period, 1934-1936 146
Turkish-German Relations: Primacy of the Economy 146
Responses to Political Developments in Europe 155
The Montreux Conference 162
Ch. VI From the Montreux Convention to the Turco-British-French Alliance, 1936-1939 171
The Aftermath of the Montreux Convention 171
Turkish-British Economic Rapprochement 177
Steps Towards the Alliance 181
The Coming of the Tripartite Alliance 186
Epilogue 197
Bibliography 204
Index 220
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