After the victory in Sakarya, the Ankara Agreement between France and the Ankara Government on 20 October 1921 ensured the evacuation of the Cukurova region (Cilicia), drew the Turkey-Syria border, and determined the minority rights. Politically, this important development brought the Allied Powers together to provide peace and stability to the Near East under the name of "Peace of East". The Treaty of Ankara, on the one hand, ended the Turkish-French struggle in Anatolia and on the other hand pushed the Turkish-Greek relations to a new phase. As a matter of fact, the London visit of the Greek Prime Minister Gounaris, who was defeated in Sakarya, prompted the British Foreign Minister Lord Curzon to ensure the Peace of the East. To ensure the Peace of the East, Lord Curzon took the step of mediation on behalf of the British Government and sent a note to his other allies on this matter. In this study, many issues that are the subject of Eastern Peace (England's establishment of a neutral zone around the Straits with an alternative government in Izmir, the Turks' creation of a local gendarmerie, the withdrawal of Greek forces from Asia Minor, the Eastern Thrace border, the Armenian issue, Minority rights, etc.) will be discussed, especially through British Cabinet Documents, in addition to the Hakimiyet-i Milli newspaper, TBMM Minutes and examination Works. As a result of the study; It is thought that by keeping the peace discourse constantly on the agenda England acted with the aim of gaining time for the defeated Greeks on the one hand, to make the Ankara government complacent with peace propaganda, on the other had, the Turkish public opinion, which takes a stance in favor of peace, does not expect too much in the context of peace discourses.