By Thalia Dragonas, Faruk Birtek
Citizenship and the state kingdom in Greece and Turkey brings jointly papers on a transdisciplinary discussion on state formation in Greece and Turkey as successor states of the Ottoman Empire, and on facets of civil society within the countries.The quantity is split into elements: 'Empire and geographical region' and 'Nation and Civil Society' and covers matters resembling Turkish and Greek nationalism, the formation of the Greek kingdom, the effect of the Greek battle of Independence in reworking the Ottoman Empire, civil society in Greece throughout the post-World conflict II interval, the idea that of citizenship so far as the rights of ladies are involved in Greece and in Turkey, and the construction and copy of country within the academic discourse.
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Turkiye’nin Mali Tutsakligi, Parvus Efendi [Turkey’s Financial Servitude, Parvus Efendi] (Istanbul: May Yayinlari, 1977). , ‘Mardin: Aidiyet ve Suskunluk’ [Mardin: Belonging and Silence], Birikim, 124, August (1999). , The Emergence of Arab Nationalism (Delmar, NY: Caravan Books, 1973). Zurcher, E. , Turkey: A Modern History (London: I. B. Tauris, 1993). 2 The formation of the state in Greece, 1830–1914 Kostas P. Kostis Introduction Anyone interested in modern Greek history is aware of the plethora of studies on the formation of the Greek state.
A. 13 There is nothing to indicate that the regime of King Otto pursued the development of mechanisms, using infrastructural power means that would extend the sphere in which the state exercised power to ever widening groups of the population, or that it would mobilize a growing volume of economic resources. Is there a clearer demonstration, regarding the way in which power was exercised by King Otto’s regime, than that of its utter indifference toward constructing a rudimentary communication network?
In the end they had to submit to international economic control. Only through such control could the institutional framework for raising and yielding return on borrowed capital be organized and a rudimentary framework for the rational management of public funds be put together. To put it briefly, the dynamic of change in the state apparatus does not seem to constitute an element inherent in the state’s nature. It emerges from external incentives and adapts to them. Thus the dynamics of the transformation observed after 1870 are a product of changes in the interstate system after the Crimean War that push the political elites toward the reorganization of the military and diplomatic apparatus of the state, in order not to lose contact with the dynamics of Balkan antagonism.