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Suzy Hansen on viewing America from Turkey

September 1, 2017

Turkey Book Talk episode #46 – SUZY HANSEN on “NOTES ON A FOREIGN COUNTRY: AN AMERICAN ABROAD IN A POST-AMERICAN WORLD” (Farrar, Straus and Giroux).

She has reported from Turkey for 10 years for outlets including the New York Times magazine, Vogue and the LRB. Her reporting has tackled issues such as Syrian refugees in Istanbul, the Soma mining disaster, the Erdoğan-Gülen power struggle, and the post-coup attempt crackdown (links below the picture).

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Here’s my review of the book at HDN.

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Notes on a foreign country

 

Articles mentioned in the episode

Inside Turkey’s Purge – New York Times Magazine, April 2017

The Erdoğan Loyalists and the Syrian Refugees – New York Times Magazine, July 2016

The Mine Disaster that Shook Turkey – New York Times Magazine, November 2014

Whose Turkey Is It? – New York Times Magazine, February 2014

 

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