Fabricating Fidelity: Nation-Building, International Law, and the Greek–Turkish Population Exchange

@article{zsu2011FabricatingFN,
  title={Fabricating Fidelity: Nation-Building, International Law, and the Greek–Turkish Population Exchange},
  author={Umut {\"O}zsu},
  journal={Leiden Journal of International Law},
  year={2011},
  volume={24},
  pages={823 - 847}
}
  • Umut Özsu
  • Published 2011
  • Political Science
  • Leiden Journal of International Law
Abstract Supported by Athens and Ankara, and implemented largely by the League of Nations, the Greek–Turkish population exchange uprooted and resettled hundreds of thousands. The aim here was not to organize plebiscites, channel self-determination claims, or install protective mechanisms for minorities – all familiar features of the Allies’ management of imperial disintegration in Europe after 1919. Nor was it to restructure a given economy and society from top to bottom, generating an entirely… Expand
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