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A bird’s eye view of intervention with emphasis on Britain, 1875–78

January 1878) and Adrianople (20 January 1878). An armistice was concluded on very severe Russian terms (27 January 1878), a development that, incidentally, gave Abdulhamid the excuse to dissolve Parliament (14 February) and assert his own brand of reactionary despotism and Muslim conservatism. 110 Ignatiev and the Ottoman Foreign Minister signed the Treaty of San Stefano (3 March 1878), which provided for a large autonomous Bulgaria, from the

in Humanitarian intervention in the long nineteenth century
A veiled threat

appeal as a force of national liberation. In fact, these differences appear to have become even more pronounced in the new environment created by the Oslo Accords. According to Graham Usher, ‘reconciling these strains of social conservatism and radical nationalism within the same movement is the dilemma Hamas faces on the changed terrain of autonomy’ ( 1994 : 9). In addition to the ideological disputes, an

in Redefining security in the Middle East