The Ottoman Empire and European International Society : a theoretical - historical analysis
Gökakın, Behice Özlem
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This dissertation analyzes the Ottoman Empire’s relationship with European international society in the nineteenth century through the English School of International Relations Theory. By use of primary and secondary sources, this dissertation attempts to refine some of the historical arguments of the English School in reference to the expansion of European international society and the socialization of non-European states. By focusing on the Ottoman perspective, this dissertation presents a critical understanding of European international society and its expansion from a non-European perspective.
KeywordsThe English School of International Relations Theory
The Ottoman Empire
The non-European States
JZ1237 .G65 2010
International relations--Study and teaching--Great Britain.