’Peace at home, peace abroad’: Can Turkey recapture Ataturk’s Guiding principle”

The establishment of the Turkish Republic marked the end to a long era of conflict. Atatürk declared ‘peace at home and peace abroad’ as the republic’s guiding principle. This talk will ask if Turkey can ever again become a source of peace and stability in the region. Speakers will reflect on the prospects, against the current background of national, regional and international turmoil.
British Academy, 09 Mart 2017


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Citation Formats
M. Altunışık, “’Peace at home, peace abroad’: Can Turkey recapture Ataturk’s Guiding principle”,” presented at the British Academy, 09 Mart 2017, 2017, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/76078.