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An Analysis of the Effect of the 1878 Berlin Treaty on Diplomatic Policy Making

Efe Özkan

Politically, the Balkan region was split into multiple new entities such as Serbia, Bulgaria and Romania after the Russo-Turkish War 1877-1878. The Ottoman Empire lost the majority of its territory in Europe and the Balkans became an influential competitor among the Great Powers of Europe. The ambitions and interests of these Great Powers, the consequences of a declining Ottoman influence and the interests of the newly formed Balkan nations are the key components of analysing this competition. These components feed into the Berlin Treaty’s influence in laying the foundations of the Balkan Wars in the 1910’s and how the meddling of Great Powers caused underlying territorial and ideological tensions to escalate into warfare on 3 occasions, eventually creating the “powder keg of Europe”.

DOI :10.26650/gaad.1144714   IUP :10.26650/gaad.1144714    Full Text (PDF)

1878 Berlin Antlaşmasının Diplomasi Siyasetine Etkisinin Analizi

Efe Özkan

Siyasi olarak, Balkan bölgesi 1877-1878 Rus-Türk Savaşı'ndan sonra Sırbistan, Bulgaristan ve Romanya gibi birçok parçaya bölündü. Osmanlı İmparatorluğu, Avrupa'daki topraklarının çoğunu kaybetti ve Balkanlar, Avrupa'nın Büyük Güçleri arasında bir rekabet alanı haline geldi. Bu Büyük Güçlerin hırsları ve çıkarları, azalan Osmanlı etkisinin sonuçları ve yeni oluşan Balkan uluslarının çıkarları bu rekabeti analiz etmenin temel bileşenleridir. Bu bileşenler, 1910'larda Balkan Savaşlarının temellerinin atılmasında büyük rol oynarken, aynı zamanda bölgesel ve ideolojik gerilimlerin üç defa nasıl savaşa dönüştüğünü ve Büyük Güçlerin müdahalelerinin sonucunda “Avrupa'nın barut fıçısının” nasıl ortaya çıktığı açığa çıkaracaktır.


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Submitted23.01.2021
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