In the first edition of this widely praised book, Stephen Kinzer made the convincing claim that Turkey was the country to watch-poised between Europe and Asia, between the glories of its Ottoman past and its hopes for a democratic future, between the dominance of its army and the needs of its civilian citizens, between its secular expectations and its Muslim traditions. In this newly revised edition, he adds much important new information on the many exciting transformations in Turkey's government and politics that have kept it in the headlines, and also shows how recent developments in both American and European policies (and not only the war in Iraq) have affected this unique and perplexing nation.
Stephen Kinzer was Istanbul bureau chief for "The New York Times" from 1996 to 2000. He is the author of many books, including "All the Shah's Men" and "Overthrow," He lives in Chicago.
"An unusually candid account of the state of Turkish politics... Lyrical, even romantic, about the potential of a forceful, creative and mostly free people to realise their own implied glorious future." The New York Times."
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Turkey Between Two Worlds
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