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Dimitar Bechev of the Atlantic Council on the past and present of Turkey-Russia relations, which he describes as "rich in history, ambivalent and rich in nuance, blending fierce competition with cooperation."
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Selim Koru on Turkey, Russia and the power of political resentment
Maureen Freely on the life and work of Sait Faik Abasiyanik
Caroline Eden on a culinary journey along the Black Sea coast
Yigit Akin on the Ottoman home front during World War One
Lora Sarı on the life, photography and writing of Ara Guler
Alev Scott on 'Ottoman Odyssey: Travels Through a Lost Empire'
Avedis Hadjian on the 'hidden Armenians' of Anatolia
Begum Adalet on the Cold War origins of Turkey-US ties
Doğu Eroğlu on investigating ISIS networks in Turkey
Sinan Yıldırmaz on urban migration and the peasantry in Turkish politics
Nazlı Alimen on faith, headscarves and conservative fashion in Turkey
Ahmet Erdi Öztürk on the rising profile of Turkey's religious affairs directorate
Halil Karaveli on a history of authoritarianism in modern Turkey
Amy Spangler on the writing of Sevgi Soysal and running a literary agency in Istanbul
Michael Provence on the last Ottoman generation and the making of the Middle East
Jonathan Varjabedian on family letters from Anatolia to America, 1912 to 1919
Cengiz Erişen on emotions and election campaigns in Turkey
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