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O relaţie, două case: Istanbul şi Ankara. Diplomaţia românoturcă la începutul alianţei (1927-1928)
One relation, two houses: Istanbul and Ankara. The Romanian- Turkish diplomacy at the beginning of the alliance (1927-1928)

Author(s): Florin Anghel
Subject(s): History
Published by: Institutul de Istorie Nicolae Iorga
Keywords: International Relations; Balkan Diplomacy; Romanian-Turkish Relations; Interwar Alliances; Kemal Atatürk.

Summary/Abstract: The prerequisite, from which the kemalist regional politics in Balkans was projected, has had in view the impulsion of the reconciliation and co-operation among the South-Eastern European countries. The reasons, extremely rational, in line with the ideal of constructing a modern, European and laic state, have significantly contributed to the shaping of an important regional power towards the end of the Interbellum, which promoted the concept formulated by Atatürk – “Turkey is an element of force and peace within the international family”. After a mandatory reevaluation of the past and of the perspectives of the bilateral relations, Ankara and Bucharest formulated a sufficiently broaden concept for a long-term politics in Balkans.

  • Issue Year: 2012
  • Issue No: 1
  • Page Range: 42-53
  • Page Count: 12
  • Language: Romanian