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The Armenian Question, 2001

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  • Yazar: Mim Kemal ÖKE
  • Basım Yılı: 2001
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  • ISBN : 9751614066
  • Barkod : 9751614066
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PREFACE  
ABBREVIATIONS 
INTRODUCTION: THE THEORETICAL APPROACH  

I. The Area of International Relations: Problems of Terminology and Mode of Approach 
II. The Theory of Political Realism .  

   a. The Means of Foreign Policy Available to the State  
   b. The Goals of the State in Foreign Policy  

III. The Moralist School and its Critique  

IV. The Balance of Power System  

V. An Example of Transnational Powers and of Their Influence in the International Political System; the Armenian Question  

CHAPTER ONE: The International Environment in which the Armenian Question Arose  

I. "Universal" Nationalism and the Balance of Power System in Europe  
II. The Great Powers in the l9th and 20th Centuries and their Expansionist Policies in the Middle East  
III. "The Great Powers" and their Methods of Colonizing the Ottoman State  
   a. Military Methods: Partitioning and Occupation  
   b. Economic Methods .  
   c. The Capitutations as a Means of Exerting International Political Pressure  
IV. The Situation of the Minorities in the Ottoman Empire: the Millet System  
V. The Protectorate System and the Rise of Separatist Movements  
VI. The Ottomans and Their Efforts to Preserve the Unity of the Country: Ideas and Practices  
VII. Western Reactions to and Expections from the Ottoman Reform  
CHAPTER TWO: The Anatomy of the Armenian Question (1877-1917)  
I. The Armenians in the Ottoman Empire in Light of the Theories of Nation and Nationalism 
II. Factors that Contributed to the Rise of Armenian Nationalism 
III. The Organization of the Armenian Separatist Movement: the Revolutionary Committees and their Methods of Struggle  
IV. The Transformation of the Armenian Cause into an International Issue: Interventions and Reforms  
V. The The War Goals of the Allies, Secret Treaties and the Armenians  
VI. The Place of Separatist Movements in England's Propaganda System  
VII. The Contribution of the Arab, Zionist and Armenian Movements to the War Effort of the Allies  
VIII. The Activities of the Armenian Organizations During the First World War  
CHAPTER THREE: The Solution of the Armenian Question (1917-1918)  
I. The Road Leading to the Decision of Relocation and its 1915 Implementation  
II. The Developments in Caucasia Following the 1917 Russian Revolution and International Struggles  
III. The Ottomans take the Initiative in the Caucasus and the International Reaction to the Order they Establish  
IV. The beginning of the 1919 Peace Talks and the "Armenian Policy" of the United States of America  
V. Conflicts Among the Great Powers and the Problem of the Partitioning of Turkey  
VI. The Beginning of the Turkish National Struggle Against the Armenian Invasion of Eastern Anatolia  
VII. The Eastern Policy of the Ankara Government and the Eastern Front  
VII. The Western Policy of the Ankara Government and the Southern Front  
IX. Mustafa Kemal Atatürk's Views Concerning the Minorities in Turkey  
X. The Great Powers and the Closing of the "Armenian File" at the Lausanne Peace Conference  
XI. The Turkish Armenians' Interpretation of and Response to the 'Armenian Question' 
XII. The discussion of the Minorities Problem in Lausanne and an Analysis of the Decisions Taken  
XIII. The Great Powers' Efforts in Lausanne to Revive the "Protectorate System, "and Reactions in Turkey to these efforts.  
XIV. England's Plans for the Future and her Political Investments Concerning the Mosul Problem.  
CONCLUSION: On the Tools of Foreign Politics  
I. Subcultures in the Ottoman Empire, Socialization and Political Participation 
II. An Analysis of the Designs over Turkey within the Framework of the Place of Supranational Powers in World Politics  
III. Facts Regarding Self Determination, Human Rights and the Minorities Régime in the 20th century 
IV. The Truth About the Armenian events that Occurred in the Ottoman Empire and in the Republic of Turkey  
V. Can the New Inter-State Political System Provide a Solution?  
BIBLIOGRAPHY  
INDEX