Turkey's Genocide Diplomacy: What's in a word? CEPS Commentaries, 20 April 2010


Turks see the issue of genocide recognition as a matter of national pride and international prestige. This commentary finds, however, that their government has failed to accept that what most hurts Turkey's standing in the world is not international recognition of the Armenian genocide, but rather the country’s inability to face up to its history

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This paper was published in Archive of European Integration.

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