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Turkish-Greek relations and the Balkans

M. Cosmas Megalommatis

Turkish-Greek relations and the Balkans

a historian"s evaluation of today"s problems

by M. Cosmas Megalommatis

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Published by Cyprus Foundation in [Istanbul] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Turkey -- Relations -- Greece.,
  • Greece -- Relations -- Turkey.,
  • Greece -- Relations -- Balkan Peninsula.,
  • Balkan Peninsula -- Relations -- Greece.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementM. Cosmas Megalommatis.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDR479.G75 M45 1990z
    The Physical Object
    Pagination50 p. ;
    Number of Pages50
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16232403M

    Balkans - Balkans - Formation of nation-states: While the 18th century in the Balkans was dominated by the steady decline of Ottoman power, the outstanding feature of the 19th century was the creation of nation-states on what had been Ottoman territory. Because the emergence of national consciousness and the creation of nation-states were conditioned by local factors, . Actually there are some geopolitics analysts who propose such a thing. it stems from the theory of “ intermediate space. This theory is father by the Greek Canadian professor Kitsikis. He had been an advisor to both Turkish and Greek governments a.

    of Balkan origin, the Turks have viewed the Balkans as being somewhat part of Turkey’s hinterland. Today, many Balkan immigrants and their descendants live in Turkey. One source puts the number of immigrants moving from the Balkans to Turkey between and at 1,,, a number that constitutes mostly inward immigration in those years. “Greek food has been influenced by İzmir, Istanbul and the surrounding areas coming to what it is now, a mixture of the Ottoman Empire and the Balkans,” he said. “However, every recipe, like every song or dance, travels from place to place, gets molded and takes on a different character.

      Wh ile Turkish foreign policy has become increasingly active and assertive, it has recently confronted with a number of challenges in the Middle East, leading critics to claim that the AK Party government’s “zero problems with neighbors” vision has failed. 2 In the meantime, however, Turkey’s relations with the Western Balkans 3 have displayed a completely . After the Greek War of Independence ended in , the Greek state covered a fraction of its present territory. The first Greco-Ottoman border was the Aspropotamos–Spercheios line, followed in by the Arta–Volos line, which remained in effect until the annexation of Thessaly in The Balkan Wars of –13 led to an extension of Greece northward, but at the .


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