This volume examines how Conservative and Labour governments in the UK related diplomatically to a plurality of Turkish governments between 1959 and 1965. With research based on newly-available Public Records Office archives, the author provides insight on British reactions to political events in Turkey and shows that in relation to the partition of Cyprus the crucial changes started as early as 1963, with Britain's indirect support.
1. Anglo-Turkish Relations at the Outset of 1959 2. British Policy Towards Turkey under the CENTO and NATO Alliances (1959-1965) 3. British Policy, the Coup (1960), and its Aftermath (1960-1961) 4. The Cyprus Issue in British Policy Towards Turkey (1959-1963) 5. New Dimensions of the Cyprus Issue, British Policy and British Relations with Turkey (1964-1965) 6. Conclusion - A General Evaluation of Anglo-Turkish Relations