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王三义   社会科学文献出版社  2018-11 出版
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本书探讨奥斯曼帝国史中的若干重要议题,从民族问题、外债问题、边患问题、对外关系、世风之变、遗留问题六个部分渐次展开。深入剖析奥斯曼帝国由衰落到解体的过程,从不同层面解释奥斯曼帝国分裂和瓦解的根源、伴生条件,以及帝国瓦解的深远影响,力图澄清奥斯曼帝国史的一些争议问题。
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  • 论题一 奥斯曼帝国的少数民族与“民族问题”
    1. 一 奥斯曼帝国的少数民族
    2. 二 少数民族与帝国的社会变革
    3. 三 亚美尼亚人问题的起源与演变
  • 论题二 奥斯曼帝国晚期的“外债问题”
    1. 一 奥斯曼帝国晚期的外债问题
    2. 二 公债管理处及其影响
    3. 三 外债问题与帝国的危机
  • 论题三 奥斯曼帝国的“边患问题”
    1. 一 帝国的领土与边疆
    2. 二 地中海的争夺和消耗战
    3. 三 东部边境和北疆战事
    4. 四 阿拉伯行省沙漠地区的“边患”
    5. 五 欧洲边境的内困外扰
  • 论题四 奥斯曼帝国晚期的“对外关系”
    1. 一 奥斯曼帝国与英国的关系
    2. 二 奥斯曼帝国与俄国的关系
    3. 三 奥斯曼帝国与德国的关系
    4. 四 奥斯曼帝国与其他欧洲国家的关系
    5. 五 奥斯曼帝国与欧洲国家关系演变的特征
  • 论题五 奥斯曼帝国的西化与“世风之变”
    1. 一 穆斯林生活习俗和娱乐方式的改变
    2. 二 新式学校与帝国官方教育
    3. 三 阅读带来的改变(与福特纳教授对谈)
  • 论题六 奥斯曼帝国瓦解后的“遗留问题”
    1. 一 海峡主权问题
    2. 二 领土归属和边界问题
    3. 三 库尔德问题
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