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     Nisan / 12  1 Kasım 2020 - 15 Mart 2021  30 Nisan 2021


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Although historical phenomena are shaped mainly by the intellectual and emotional reactions of man, various factors from nature become the mediator. The geography presented has always profoundly influenced the historical, economic and political aspects of human culture. In fact, historical cases are like an enormous pattern of geography or landforms. Particularly in the background of many wars that have arisen throughout history, the boundaries, shapes and cultural descriptions that have become an idealistic ideology of peoples have been important places. An important case in this sense in the history of the world is the straits of Istanbul and Dardanelles. The two straits were at the centre of wars, trade and international interaction in every century. Global trade, military and political interaction, which has been increasing since the 18th century, has made these straits even more effective and has become a controversial issue of world politics. Among the causes of many wars and treaties until the mid-20th century, it is possible to see the geo-strategic and cultural meanings of these straits. In this study, the views of British diplomat and politician Sir Hughe M. Knatchbull-Hugessen about the place and importance of the straits in the new world political order which was established after the Second World War will be discussed.

Turkish Straits, War, Treaty, Sir Hughe M. Knatchbull-Hugessen, Conference.


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