By A. Heraclides
The Aegean dispute is the most Greek-Turkish clash and chance to peace and defense within the area. The e-book indicates that the dispute is solvable (in win-win phrases) and that the crux of the matter isn't the incompatibility of pursuits as such however the mutual fears and suspicions, that are deeply rooted in old stories, genuine or imagined.
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In fact, from 1453 until the mid-17th century, the vast majority of Viziers (ministers of state), Grand Viziers (prime ministers) and other high officials were of Christian origin (not ethnic Turks or Muslims by birth), due mostly – though not exclusively103 – to the famous or rather infamous devs¸irme system that had been conceived at the end of the 14th century. This was the systematic snatching of male Christian children (as well as Bosnian Muslims) from their families in rural areas (and not from urban centres) for good, converting them to Islam and instilling in them a strong identification with Ottoman Islamic culture as well as utter devotion to the sultan.
69. 70. 71. 72. 73. 74. 75. 76. 77. 78. 79. 80. 81. 82. 83. 84. 85. 86. 87. The Greek-Turkish Conflict in the Aegean (1993), The Last Centuries of Byzantium, 1261–1453 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press); Cyril Mango (1984), Byzantium and its Image: History and Culture of the Byzantine Empire and its Heritage (London: Variorium); Tonia Kioussopoulou (2007), Vasileus i Economos: politiki exousia kai ideologia prin tin alosi [King or Economist: Political Authority and Ideology Before the Conquest of Constantinople], pp.
See Özkιrιmlι and Sofos, op. , pp. 92–3. 38. According to Mete Tunçay, the first to come out with the whole idea was Yusuf Ziya (Özer), a law professor at Istanbul University. See Poulton, op. , p. 103. 39. See the following work with its characteristic title: Afet Inan (1947), Türkiye Halkinin Antropolojik Karakterleri ve Türkiye Tarihi: Türk Irkinin Vatani Anadolu [The Anthropological Characteristics of the Turkish People and the History of Turkey: Anatolia, the Fatherland of the Turkish Race] (Ankara: Türk Tarih Kurumu).
The Greek-Turkish Conflict in the Aegean: Imagined Enemies (New Perspectives on South-East Europe) by A. Heraclides