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On February 12, Svante Cornell testified at a Hearing of the Subcommitte for Europe, Eurasia, and Emerging Threats, U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Foreign Affairs. Click here to download PDF of prepared text. 

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Foreign Affairs listed Joint Center Senior Fellow Halil Karaveli's Feb. 9 article "Erdogan Loses It" in its top ten list of "Best of the Web 2014."  See http://www.foreignaffairs.com/features/collections/the-best-of-web-in-2014 for more detail.

The article is available here.

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Svante Cornell spoke on the role of Turkey at a November 19, 2014, conference on "Critical Issues in the Eastern Mediterranean organized by the Merrill center for Strategic Studies at SAIS, the Begin-Sadat Center at Bar-Ilan University, and Piraeus University, in Washington DC. 

Cornell's remarks run from 1.04.00 in the video.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R7gLVrAqMrc&list=UUd6TdtUSk8wLXM_vXuLlsKA

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In his 4 December talk at Chatham House in London on "Fixing Failed States: From Theory to Practice", Afghanistan's President Ashraf Ghani referred to Frederick Starr's recent book, Lost Enlightenment. In the video below, the remark comes two minutes into the video clip.

"The dissolution of the Soviet Union, the takeoff of Central Asia now, is opening up a set of possibilities regarding resources that previously just were not there. We are reconnecting to our remote pasts. There's a fantastic book by Fred Starr, let me plug it, it's called "Lost Enlightenment." It's about Central Asia from the third century before the common era, to the twelfth century. Ant it shows how connected the area was. How the connectivities, the culture and the economy, interplayed. So with very deep structures, in Braudel's sense, that allow us no to resume, the story we are saying about the roundabout is not new. It is being realized, and it gives us opportunity to connect."

 

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