TITLE

LOZAN SONRASI TÃœRK-DIÅž DÄ°PLOMASÄ°SÄ° (1923-1930)

AUTHOR(S)
Sariçoban, Gülay
PUB. DATE
June 2009
SOURCE
Ekev Academic Review;Summer2009, Vol. 13 Issue 40, p219
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
In this article, in which minutes and documents as well as books and articles related to the topic under study were examined, Turkish foreign policy between 1923-1930 after Lozan Treaty was scrutinized and the foreign diplomacy of this period was analyzed in detail. In the mentioned period the fundamental aim of the Turkish foreign policy was not to make any concessions for the sake of independence. In this era the unsolved foreign problems occupying the Turkish foreign policy and the ones that were solved in Lozan Conference but occurred in the application phase were tried to be solved for the "national benefits." These can be stated as the problems of England and Musul, the loans to France, the Syrian border, and the Public Exchange with Greece. Of these problems except for Musul, the others resulted in such a way that Turkey wished. As a result, Turkey solved her foreign problems to a great extend and started to take an active role in the international policy in 1930s.
ACCESSION #
48217209

 

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