Could the fate of the Ottoman Empire have been different? Why didn’t a “melting pot” emerge there, where a single nation would be formed?

no, she could not, in the 19th century. in the international arena, the interests of states at different levels of development collide. The industrially developed countries subjugated traditional societies. One of the results of this phenomenon is the weakening and then the collapse of the old empires created in the Middle Ages.

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