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Turkish and Greek Relations in an Age of Turmoil

Mustafa Serdar Palabıyık

Turkish and Greek Relations in an Age of Turmoil (1821-1922): From Coexistence to Conflict [Karmaşa Çağında Türk – Yunan İlişkileri (1821-1922): Birlikte Yaşamdan Çatışmaya] çalışması, Osmanlı İmparatorluğu ve sonrasında Ankara Hükümeti’nin ilk yıllarında, bu idare altında yarım binyıla yakın yaşamış olan Yunan topluluğunun hükümetler ve Türk topluluğu ile olan ilişkilerini karşılaştırmalı bir analiz üzerinden inceliyor. 1830 yılında bağımsız bir devlet olan Yunanistan’ın, Avrupalı devletlerin ve Amerika Birleşik Devletleri’nin bütün bu süreç içindeki yerlerini de ele alan çalışma, Türkler ile Yunanlar arasındaki birlikte yaşamdan çatışmaya uzanan ilişkileri coğrafi, sosyo ekonomik, siyasal ve kültürel arka planıyla birlikte ve her iki tarafın resmi tarihyazımlarının eleştirel okumalarını yaparak analiz ediyor. This book analyzes the Turkish and Greek narratives of shared Turkish-Greek history by focusing on the long nineteenth century, which was a period of turmoil for both societies. The four centuries of Ottoman rule over the Greek community, the Greek rebellion/war of independence, emergence of an independent Greek state, Ottoman reforms with regard to millet system, joint efforts of some Turkish and Greek communities for the re-promulgation of the Ottoman Constitution, increasing tensions between the Committee of Union and Progress and the Greek community and finally the transformation from coexistence to conflict during and after the World War I are covered briefly with the conflicting lenses of Turkish and Greek historiography. The book also attracts attention to Greek claims for a Greek Genocide by the Ottoman/Turkish authorities during and after the World War I and questions whether inter-communal clashes in Western and Northern Anatolia in this period can be considered as genocide in accordance with international law.

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