Syria

Syria’s “Lost Province”: The Hatay Question Returns

Syria’s “Lost Province”: The Hatay Question Returns

Emma Lundgren Jörum
January 28, 2014

The Hatay region, located on the coast north of Latakia, was originally a part of Syria, but Turkey annexed the region in 1939. While Hatay has made a forceful comeback in Syrian media, nothing suggests that the new rhetoric is indicative of a deeper change in the view that has quietly guided Syrian policy ever since 1939.

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