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Abstract


THE SOCIOPOLITICAL ANALYSIS OF THE EXCHANGE OF POPULATION POLICIES OF GREECE AND TURKEY

As a regional actor Greece accelerated to follow the policies strengthening the nation-state aftermath of the Ottoman-Russian War (1877-78) which was sharply limited the Ottoman rule in Balkan Peninsula. Nevertheless, the exclusive identity depended upon the ethnic separation and the attempts to create a homogeneous nation led to the life unbearable for Turkish minority living in the region. In this context, the exchange of population as a unique solution to this problem brought up the enforced immigration into the agenda. This article aims to elaborate the sociopolitical context leading the nation building process of Greece and the results of the exchange of population with its political, social and economic dimensions by comparing the Turkey’s position in this period of time.



Keywords
Enforced immigration, exchange of population, integration, Lousanne Treaty, Greece



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