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"an illuminating insight into the continuities as well as the changes in Turkey"s relations with the outside world'since the middle of the Eighteen Century...a masterly study that includes useful historical maps and an exhaustively impressive Bibliography"
"an up to the minute account that should satisfy all those who need to understand the motives of Turkish diplomacy today, and to evaluate its results...One of the many merits of Hale"s study is that it relates foreign policy to the Turkish domestic scene, in particular to government instability in the last decade and the mismanagement of the economy which started even earlier."
"combines sound scholarship and analysis, presented in a clear,readable manner. Highly recommended as both an undergraduate and graduate text and a reference work for scholars."
"provides greater insight into Turkish foreign policy development and should be read by scholars seeking a thorough understanding of the impetus behind Turkey"s changing role in international relations"
- Journal of Peace Research
"a meticulously researched and lucidly written book with an impressive biography and useful maps. Students and scholars of Turkish foreign policy will be well served by this book for years to come"
- International Journal of Middle East Studies
" a masterful, detailed study of Turkey"s foreign policy after the end of the cold war and the disintegration of the Soviet Union and Yugoslavia... a superb work, a gold mine of reliable and detached information on Turkey"s domestic and foreign affairs. It is both a political history of Turkey and an excellent study of Turkish foreign policy based on official documents and publications as well as on most of the books and articles on the topic."
- The International History Review