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[In 2023, the Republic of Turkey will celebrate its centennialcentennial. Like its predecessor, the Ottoman Empirethe Ottoman Empire, republican Turkey has been and remains a perplexing country, not only for its own citizenscitizen and others in the region, but also for most of the world....
[While the literature on Kemal AtatürkAtatürk, Mustafa Kemal is considerable, discussion of his revolutionaryrevolutionary reforms and policies has been marked by a lack of consensus on relevant terminology.]
[Kemalism This chapter examines turning points in the first two decades of the Republic from its foundation until the death of Kemal AtatürkAtatürk, Mustafa Kemal in 1938. It focuses on major phases of ideological consolidation and delineates their distinctive features. Exploring ideological...
[This chapter examines the policies that the KemalistKemalist elite and intellectuals undertook to support and with which they disseminated KemalismKemalism in the first three decades of its rule. KemalistsKemalist were quick to recognize that the adoption of party principles was not enough to...
[The period between 1938 and 1960 was critical for KemalismKemalism and its supporters. WWIIWorld War II and post-warpost-war geopolitical challenges on the one hand and rising domestic problems on the other were significant factors for Kemalism as its supporters pushed it onto a course of...
[The first successful military coupcoupd’état in Turkey in 1960 made possible the emergence of fundamentally new trends in the political culture. It prepared a ground for new approaches and radicalradical solutions to old political challenges that had existed long before the intervention.]
[After discussing major turning points in the evolution and transformationtransformation of Kemalism between the 1920s and 1970sKemalism and before shifting to Soviet perceptions, it is useful to establish existing interpretations of Kemalism and revisit certain established patterns. Since its...
[Both founded in the wake of World War IWorld War I, Turkey and the Soviet Unionthe Soviet Union followed revolutionaryrevolutionary modernizing pathways. After the consolidation of power, ruling regimes in both countries self-consciously set out to build something new and different, “national”...
[This chapter discusses major changes that occurred in Soviet interpretations of KemalismKemalism from the end of the 1920s to the 1970s. During this relatively long period, Soviet perspectives of domestic ideological transformations in Turkey made a few radicalradical turns, which reflected new...
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