Building bridges: the role of civil society towards a possible Armenian-Turkish reconciliation

The Republic of Turkey is a relatively young nation state, born from the ashes of the Ottoman Empire. The question of national minorities was among the factors that led to the unraveling of the Empire after its defeat in WWI. The Armenian genocide effectively proved to be an ‘uncomfortable’ antecedent for the political aims proposed by Mustafa Kemal "Atatürk", the Republic's founder and President from 1923 to 1938, who used a modern secular approach to break away from the previous, Islam-based imperial system. In order to build the new state’ ⋙

Turkey, Armenia, genocide, Nagorno-Karabakh, civil society

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Executive Training for Early Career Researchers

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Transnational Governance Research Factory

A research incubator at the Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies promoting the study of transnational governance dynamics in ⋙

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ERIS Emerging Research in International Security

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