by Tauris Academic Studies, In the United States and Canada distributed by Palgrave Macmillan in London, New York, New York .
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. -313) and index
|Series||Library of international relations -- 32, Library of international relations (Series) -- 32|
|LC Classifications||DA47.9.T9 B55 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 323 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||323|
About Britain and Turkey in the Middle East In the first work documenting Anglo-Turkish relations in the Middle East in the early Cold War period, Mustafa Bilgin identifies two very distinct stages in the relationship between Britain and Turkey. Before , Turkey relied heavily on Britain to protect it from the 'Soviet menace'. The Axis of Shame: Great Britain, Israel, the United States and Turkey in the Middle East: How the Middle East Mess Came About and the Only Possible Solution. by/5(3). Abstract. During the first two years of the Second World War, Turkey had been peripheral to the British war effort in the Middle East. The spring and summer of saw the British paying closer attention to Turkey’s Middle Eastern credentials than at any time since the establishment of the : Nicholas Tamkin. British Scholar / List of Issues / Volume 2, Issue 2 / Britain and Turkey in the Middle East: Politics and Influence in the Early Cold War Era Mustafa Bilgin. London: Tauris Academic Studies, pp. $ (hardcover).Author: BruceKuniholm.
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of over 6, results for Books: History: Middle East: Turkey History Year by Year: A journey through time, from mammoths and mummies to flying and facebook (Dk) 4 Jul /5. The Middle East: Keystone in Britain’s World 4 If, strictly speaking, the Middle East was never formally part of the British Empire, already by the late nineteenth century British statesmen regarded it as a region of vital interest for the Empire, and increasingly so as Turkey slid into decay. Britain’s role was pivotal – and, if it is forgotten in the UK, it is remembered in Middle East. For one of the consequences of the end of World War I was the collapse of the Ottoman Empire. Documenting Anglo-Turkish relations in the Middle East during the early Cold War period, Mustafa Bilgin looks at how Turkey at first relied on Britain to protect it from the 'Soviet menace', only later to forge a relationship with the US when the UK blocked Turkey's membership of NATO in