Benjamin Disraeli-William Ewart Gladstone Rekabetinde Doğu Sorunu
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The rivalry between Benjamin Disraeli and William Ewart Gladstone is one of the important cornerstones of British history. While being the leaders of their parties in the second half of the 19th century was an important reason of this rivalry, psychologic factors had effect too. One important aspect of this rivalry is the debates over the Eastern Question which came forward again after Bulgarian Uprising ( April 1876) Disraeli and Gladstone came face to face consistently in this period due to British interests and British policy towards the Ottoman Empire. While Gladstone who challenged traditional British foreign policy, Disraeli followed the tradition which was based on to prevent the Ottoman Empire fall apart in order to check Russia and protect the route to India.