Sadak, Necmddin
April 1949
Foreign Affairs;Apr1948, Vol. 27 Issue 3, p449
The article discusses the foreign relations between Turkey and the Russia. The political government of the Turkish Republic has been highlighted, through the mention of the collapse of the Ottoman Empire after the First World War, and the emergence of the Kemalist Turkey, along with an evaluation of the factors that facilitated it. It mentions of the first diplomatic act of the new Turkey as the signing of a treaty with her neighbor, Russia. In the treaty, the two countries recognized their solidarity in their struggle against imperialism, as well as the fact that any difficulty encountered by either of the them would worsen the position of the other, and declared themselves animated by the desire always to have a cordial understanding and relations of continued sincere friendship based upon the mutual interest of the two countries. It discusses the detailed stage-by-stage development of the relations between the two nations, with emphasis on the various statements and opinions in the context.


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