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Hasan Ali Karasar, is a Bilkent Ph.D. who has taught in both the History and IR departments, and done consulting on Russian and Central Asian issues for the Ankara-based think tank ASAM (Avrasya Stratejik Arastirma Merkezi). He has published articles in numerous scholarly venues on issues relating to Central Asian history, ethnography, and politics.
After years of wandering in western China, Afghanistan and Pakistan, a group of Kirghiz have finally made a lasting home in the highlands of eastern Anatolia. The historian Hasan Ali Karasar, who as a boy in Van witnessed their arrival, recounts their extraordinary tale. Photographs by Jonathan Henderson
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