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A Question of Genocide: Armenians and Turks at the End of the Ottoman Empire
The book under review is the product of the research findings and discussions of the Workshop on Armenian and Turkish Scholarship (WATS) established in 2000 by Ronald Grigor Suny and Fatma Müge GöçekExpand
The Fall of the Ottomans: The Great War in the Middle East, 1914–1920
Some 97 years later, the First World War (or the Great War, as it was known in contemporary parlance) continues to haunt the British imagination. Memories of it are, in effect, still living andExpand
The Nyon Arrangement of 1937 and Turkey
(2002). The Nyon Arrangement of 1937 and Turkey. Middle Eastern Studies: Vol. 38, No. 1, pp. 53-70.
Turkey's entrance into the League of Nations
This is a study on a subject that has been long neglected in both Western and Turkish scholarship. Literature on Turkey's entrance into the League of Nations is almost non-existent. The object of theExpand
Turkey, Present and Past: Will Untapped Ottoman Archives Reshape the Armenian Debate?
Turkey, Present and Past: Will Untapped Ottoman Archives Reshape the Armenian Debate? Published in the Spring 2009 Middle East Quarterly, pp. 35-42. The debate over what happened to Armenians inExpand
The Struggle for Mastery in Cilicia: Turkey, France, and the Ankara Agreement of 1921
British and French officials during and after the First World War referred to the lands enclosed by the Taurus and Amanus mountains at the north-eastern corner of the Mediterranean Sea by theExpand
The Centenary of the First World War and the Ottoman Armenian Demographics
IntroductionOttoman history is certainly one of the richest areas of research open to modern historians. The Ottomans, and their successors in the Republic of Turkey, preserved a wealth of manuscriptExpand
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