Turkish-Armenian relations (1918-2008)
Deveci Bozkuş, Yıldız
Palabıyık, Mustafa Serdar
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The relations of Turkey with Armenia, is a rarely studied subject in the literature, in general. When speaking of the relations between the two countries, the first thing that often comes to mind is the Armenian “genocide” claims, which has resulted in the undermining of the political, economic and socio-cultural dimensions of the Turkish-Armenian relations. Recently, during the period when the “genocide” claims have frequently been put in front of Turkey, Turkish-Armenian relations, especially the last ten years, has become a subject of study and some articles have been published on this issue. Nevertheless, the publications, especially concerning the relations in the early years of the establishment of Armenian Republic, have remained limited.