The final years of the Ottoman Empire is usually put in the perspective of European history. Part of this paper focuses on the decline of British-Ottoman relations within the time period of 1876-1914. Yet, the rest of this paper argues that three domestic movements within the Ottoman Empire were caused by the decline in British-Ottoman relations. Specifically, the three domestic movements were a push for Islamic unity and caliphal authority, the Young Turk movement, and an increase in German-Ottoman relations. In the end, the purpose of this paper is to give a greater understanding of Ottoman domestic and foreign policy from 1876-1914.
Dingle, Liam, "Ottoman Reactions to a Decline in British-Ottoman Relations 1876-1914" (2019). Senior Independent Study Theses. Paper 8559.
Diplomatic History | Islamic World and Near East History
Bachelor of Arts
Senior Independent Study Thesis
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