TURKEY: Exchangeable?

More than ten years have passed since the Treaty of London was signed (1913), when the Powers set the boundary of Turkey-in-Europe along a line drawn from Enos on the Aegean Sea to Medea on the Black Sea. The Powers should have fixed a straight line, because, a little later, the Turks successfully upheld their claim to territory within a curved line that took in Adrianople.

Last Week, the Turk deported His All Holiness Constantinos VI, Ecumenical Patriarch of the Greek Orthodox Church, because he was not a Turkish citizen. The...

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