2015 - Mahmut AKPINAR - https://doi.org/10.16947/fsmiad.36999
Özet:Towards the end of the era of Mahmud II within the framework of permanent diplomatic system establishing diplomatic relations with Europa again in the Ottoman Empire appears the most important issue that the lack of the personnels brought up from the Muslim subjects to be employed at the level of ambassador, respectively. However, though over time this problem has been exceeded. By the time some of diplomats was trained by the foreign offices. From Tanzimat to the fall of the state the Ottoman Empire was represented by more then one hundred and thirty diplomatic representatives at different levels. One of those who served in five different capital Mahmud Esad Pasha was. In accordance with the tradition of foreign affairs Esad Pasha was the first ambassador brought up from the ground up. In this study mainly, it is emphasized the education of Esad Pasha, which institutions he took vocational education and won the experience and becoming a candidate of diplomat, afterwards his experinece of the foreign affairs, in which diplomatic centers how he used it.
Anahtar Kelime:The Ottoman Modernization; Foreign Affairs; Diplomacy; Ambassador