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IFEA Histoire 2020-2021 From Ajam to Rum An Iranian Provenance Bureaucrat and Historian: Idris-i Bidlisi (1457-1512)

A bureaucrat and historian of Iranian provenance, Idris-i Bidlīsī is undoubtedly one of the most original and important intellectual figures in the 16th-century Ottoman-Iranian world. He lived in a very turbulent period of the Ottoman-Aqquyunlu, Ottoman-Mamluk and Ottoman-Safavid rivalry [rivalries] and established different relationships with these dynasties at the end of the 15th century and at the begining of the 16th century. He and his work have been the focus of long-standing historical debates that have continued till the present day. His active role in the Battle of Chaldiran (1514), sectarian belongings and Machiavellian patronage relations established with different dynasties are ...
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IFEA Histoire 2020-2021 How millet became the nation. A conceptual history of the word millet in the longue durée of ottoman history

This conference aims at outlining the history of the word millet (Arabic millah) in Turkish-Ottoman texts from the 15th century up to the beginning of the 20th. During the early ottoman centuries, two distinct uses of “millet” correspond to two independent linguistic registers. These registers are: the learned (‘ulamā) tradition; and the Turkish vernacular chronicles. In the learned tradition, the meaning of “millet” draws on medieval Arabic lexicography and qur’anic interpretation and is therefore systematically associated with the notions of dīn and šarīʿah. On the contrary, in Turkish vernacular chronicles and treaties – which mostly rely on Persian and ...
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Looking at the current Turkish foreign policy: perceptions and misperceptions

Turkish foreign policy appears to have been in a state of change. It was trying to rely more on soft power elements in the 2000s, radically shifted to a more aggressive position including sending troops to Syria and muscle flexing in high seas of the Mediterranean. In line with its new perception of its role in the world, Turkey has increasingly asserted itself as a rising actor that is determined to make a contribution to regional and global issues. In the process, Turkish foreign policy has been transformed, not only in its content, but also in the instruments and mechanisms ...
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Turkey and Iran: Liquid Alignment and Regional Balances

Iran and Turkey have been competing for regional power projection in the Middle East for almost centuries. Current developments, noticeably in Syria and Iraq are the new scenes of cooperation and competition schemes between these two actors. Both parties sought a solution through cooperation to find a peaceful end to the conflict in the Astana talks, while also at the same time confronting each other in Idlib province via proxies. This simultaneity of competition, cooperation, and confrontation that has been reinforced in the Syrian Crisis present a picture of a relationship that is riddled with contradictions and is in effect ...
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Russia and Turkey in the Middle East

Turkey and Russia have unbalanced bilateral relations that influence broad geography- almost all Eurasian territories that cover both countries' immediate surroundings from the Black Sea to the Caucasus but Central Asia and the Middle East. Both states’ relations with Western actors also play a significant role in shaping their foreign and security policies and their bilateral relations. During the last decade, Turkish and Russian leaders focused on prospective areas of cooperation and left the traditional issues of contention to hibernate. Thus, the two parties reframed their relations based on the principle of 'compartmentalization' of issues. Through this compartmentalization policy, Ankara ...
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Turquie et Chine : une nouvelle entente en Eurasie ?

Situés aux deux extrémités du continent asiatique, la République de Turquie et la République populaire de Chine continuent d’approfondir leurs relations bilatérales dans plusieurs domaines, notamment en ce qui concerne les échanges économiques depuis le début du 21ème siècle. Alors qu’elle n’était qu’un partenaire marginal il y a une dizaine d’années, la Chine est désormais devenue, avec un volume commercial annuel de 26 milliards de dollars, le troisième partenaire commercial de la Turquie. Même si le déficit commercial en faveur de la Chine demeure un problème structurel, les liens économiques se développent et se diversifient. Les investissements et acquisitions chinois augmentent ...
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Recherches et techniques archéologiques

A travers ces extraits d’un entretien réalisé le 24 novembre 2004, Pascal DARCQUE décrit les étapes caractéristiques de la recherche archéologique. Il évoque les techniques aujourd’hui utilisées pour collecter des données et aborde les enjeux de cette discipline. Pascal DARCQUE est Directeur de recherche au CNRS et ancien secrétaire général de l’Ecole française d’Athènes. Il est en charge, depuis 1981, de fouilles aux abords du palais minoen de Malia en Crète. Il travaille également depuis 1986 sur le site de Dikili Tash en Macédoine orientale et a fouillé entre 1974 et 1996 le site de Bassit en Syrie.
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