Etatism and Diplomacy in Turkey (Hardcover)

Economic and Foreign Policy Strategies in an Uncertain World, 1929-1939 (Ottoman Empire and Its Heritage #14)

By Dilek Barlas

Brill, 9789004108554, 223pp.

Publication Date: February 4, 1998

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Description

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.


About the Author

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.