International lawyers have long regarded the Ottoman Empire as having been central to the development of many of the most crucial rules, principles, and traditions of their discipline. Unsurprisingly, interest in Ottoman history and politics has only increased in recent years, driven by debates about Turkey's seemingly asymptotic accession to the European Union and its popular representation as a pivotal ‘regional power’ and ‘emerging market’. The widely felt need to counter fears of an imminent ‘clash of civilizations’ by promoting a ‘Turkish model’ of...
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