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British Invasion in Egypt Ottoman Diplomatic War 1882-1887

by Professor Süleyman Kızıltoprak

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What did the Egyptian problem look like for the Ottoman Empire?
How did Ottoman statesmen interpret the Egyptian problem?
Did they understand correctly?
Did they defend their arguments well against the British?
What are the contradictions of II. Abdulhamid’s policy against the Urabî Pasha Movement?
What policy did Britain follow after occupying Egypt, extending the evacuation talks?
How was the British policy of keeping the issue of evacuation from the agenda perceived by the Ottomans?
Why did England bring Ottoman military intervention in Egypt and the Red Sea to the agenda before and after its invasion of Egypt?
In the evacuation negotiations, England, Why did he raise the issue of Sudan?
How did the great European powers react to this occupation?
How did the attitudes of the European powers in the evacuation talks change?
In the 1880s, in the diplomatic rapprochement that became stronger than in the past in Europe, how did the Egypt problem take a place?
Did the Ottoman State resort to the policy of taking part in alliance systems to solve the Egyptian problem?
What was the importance of the Egyptian problem among the external problems that the Ottoman Empire focused on in the conditions of the 1880s? II. How did II.Abdulhamid’s adopting a centralist approach in foreign policy reflect on the Egyptian problem?
What were the main features of Abdulhamid’s foreign policy in the face of the Egypt problem? Is this policy realistic? Or was he an idealist?
At what point was the Ottoman Empire’s dominance in Egypt at the time of the Egyptian crisis that broke out at the end of the reign of Khedive Ismail Pasha?
For what, how much, how did the Ottoman Empire fight?
The British, from time to time, opposed the efforts of the Ottoman Empire to solve the problem. Sometimes they offered solutions. Did the British have any other intentions behind this attitude, or were they sincere in their demands and objections – if we evaluate it from the point of view of finding a solution to the problem?
In the Middle East, why did England and France, who have colonial ambitions, pursue a policy of pressure to bring Ottoman soldiers to the same region at different times?
How did he fight?
The British, from time to time, opposed the efforts of the Ottoman Empire to solve the problem. Sometimes they offered solutions. Did the British have any other intentions behind this attitude, or were they sincere in their demands and objections – if we evaluate it from the point of view of finding a solution to the problem?
In the Middle East, why did England and France, who have colonial ambitions, pursue a policy of pressure to bring Ottoman soldiers to the same region at different times?How did he fight?
The British, from time to time, opposed the efforts of the Ottoman Empire to solve the problem. Sometimes they offered solutions.
Did the British have any other intentions behind this attitude, or were they sincere in their requests and objections – if we evaluate it from the point of view of finding a solution to the problem?
In the Middle East, why did England and France, who have colonial ambitions, pursue a policy of pressure to bring Ottoman soldiers to the same region at different times?
Why did England and France, who have colonial ambitions, pursue a policy of pressure for Ottoman soldiers to come to the same region at different times?
Why did England and France, who have colonial ambitions, pursue a policy of pressure to bring Ottoman soldiers to the same region at different times?

Release date: 02.12.2010
ISBN: 9789753332569
Language: TURKISH
Skin Type: Paperback Cover
Paper Type: Book Paper
Dimension: 13.5 x 21cm

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