This year marks the 100th anniversary of the signing of the Treaty of Lausanne, and ELIAMEP is staging an International Conference on 12 and 13 June to study the continued relevance of the Treaty and its importance as a model for the peace process a century on.

Within this context, ELIAMEP is launching a new podcast series with guests who are deeply knowledgeable about the Treaty.
In the 4th podcast of the new series to mark the centenary of the signing of the Treaty of Lausanne, Dr Ozan Ozavci, Assistant Professor of Transimperial History at Utrecht University, talks to Odin Linardatou about the Treaty of Lausanne and whether it is now of concern only to Greece and Turkey, the significance of the Arabs not being present at its signing, the diplomacy of that era, and whether the Treaty resolved the Eastern Question. They also discuss the Kurdish question and the differences between the treaties of Lausanne and Versailles.

You can listen to the new podcast on Apple podcastsSoundcloudSpotifyYouTube and Google podcasts.