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renegotiation. The consuls of the interwar period, nostalgic for a ›glorious‹ past, continued to refer to them in their claims. The political upheavals, as important as they were, thus did not make the mental space of law enforcement disappear; its modification seemed to be difficult for all of the actors involved. Indeed, it was first and foremost at the local level that the clauses of treaties, often obtained through diplomatic concessions, were put into practice. The ways in which this happened depended on the balance of power between Ottoman and foreign representatives