Ottoman Institutions, Capitulations: 1250 to 1920: Middle East

Capitulations were diplomatic and commercial rights and privileges that the Ottoman imperial government granted to Europeans living and working in the empire. Ottoman sultans decreed capitulations as “unilateral” agreements that stipulated the protection and ...

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