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Turkey’s Cold War: Foreign Policy and Western Alignment in the Modern Republic

Length: 352 pages7 hours


Since the end of the Ottoman Empire, Turkey has repeatedly attempted to assert its position as a central strategic nation in the formation of world geo-politics. Turkey’s Cold War shows for the first time how the country’s modern foreign policy, in particular during the Cold War, has been shaped by an aspiration to become part of the Western world.

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