THE SOVIET THREAT IN TURKISH MEDIA DURING THE COLD WAR

Abstract

Author(s): Sel癟uk URAL? ?lyas TOPU

Turkish-Soviet relations which have developed after the World War became parmanent during liberation war years after World War I, by friendship and non-aggression aggrement at 1925. Depending on changes and developments during and after the World War II, Soviet Government announced to Turkey that they will not extend friendship aggrement which was signed in 1925 and extended for ten years in 1929,1931 and last in 1935. After that they announced their claims for changes at the straits and Caucasus border to Turkey by diplomatic note. Since this date, Turkish-Soviet relations has gone on a strained line. The main fact that direct Turkish foreign policy in this period is the pressure of Soviet’s that based on their claims about land on Turkey and station at straits. Therefore, to develop relations with West and membership of NATO are the most important priority of Turkish foreign policy. In the said period, Turkish politicians , press and public had behaved bodily against to Soviet threat.

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