Kemalism in the Second Republic, 1960s–1970s

  • Vahram Ter-Matevosyan
Part of the Modernity, Memory and Identity in South-East Europe book series (MOMEIDSEE)


The first successful military coup d’état in Turkey in 1960 made possible the emergence of fundamentally new trends in the political culture. It prepared a ground for new approaches and radical solutions to old political challenges that had existed long before the intervention.


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  • Vahram Ter-Matevosyan
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  1. 1.American University of ArmeniaYerevanArmenia

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