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BATAS 26th Spring Symposium

For details of the programme please click here

For the booking form please click here

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BIAA lecture: Byzantium between Athens and Sparta in Xenophon towards the close of the 5th century BC

To be given by Dr Shane Brennan on April 2nd 2015 at the Turco-British Association at 7PM, for further details please click here

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Some Chains are stronger than others: Migrations from Emirdağ reconsidered, given by Jak den Exter, 17 April 2015

To be held at the Turco-British Association at 7pm, for more information please click here

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Video for the 'Turkey and Cyprus: Regional Peace and Stability' held at USAK, Ankara, February 27-28th 2015 - now available

The keynote lectures were given by Former Greek Prime Minister Papandreou and Minister of Foreign Affairs of Turkey Hikmet Çetin

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'Cyprus and Turkey Regional Stability and Peace', held at USAK, Ankara, February 27-28th 2015

The BIAA delighted to have been involved in organising the first high-profile, bi-communal workshop of its kind on conflict resolution and civil society to be held in Ankara (Former Greek Prime Minister Yorgos Papandreou and Former Turkish Foreign Minister Hikmet Çetin were keynote speakers.

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BATAS annual John Martin lecture: Gallipoli from both sides of the trenches - January 30th 2015

Dr Eugene Rogan, Associate Professor of Modern Middle East History and Fellow of St Antony's, Oxford, will give the 2015 BATAS annual John Martin lecture: Gallipoli from both sides of the trenches - on January 30th at 5.30 for 6pm at the LSE, London.

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Audio for BIAA Panel 'The Middle East in Crisis - How Turkey is affected and what role it can play', February 12th 2015 - now available

This discussion panel featured: Yaşar Yakış, former Foreign Minister of Turkey; Rosemary Hollis, professor of Middle East Policy Studies at City University; John Peet, Europe editor at The Economist; Sir David Logan (Chair), UK Ambassador to Turkey 1997-2001

to access the YouTube audio click here

 

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