Contours of Scholarship on Armenian-Turkish Relations

@article{Yavuz2011ContoursOS,
  title={Contours of Scholarship on Armenian-Turkish Relations},
  author={M. Hakan Yavuz},
  journal={Middle East Critique},
  year={2011},
  volume={20},
  pages={231 - 251}
}
  • M. Yavuz
  • Published 2011
  • History
  • Middle East Critique
The situation in Turkey with respect to Turks, Armenians and Greeks alike meets all the terms of the classic definition of tragedy, the tragedy of fate. A curse has been laid upon all populations and all have moved forward blindly to suffer their doom. It is a tragedy with only victims, not heroes, no matter how heroic individuals may have been. . . . [T]he fate of the Greeks and Armenians, the tools of nationalistic and imperialistic ambitions of foreign powers, makes one realize how accursed… Expand
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