Ekrem Buğra Ekinci, 1987’de Ankara Hukuk Fakültesi’ni bitirdi. Avukatlık stajı yaptı.

Ankara’da başladığı kariyerini İstanbul’da sürdürdü.
Doktorasını 1996’da İstanbul Hukuk Fakültesi’nde tamamladı.

Türkiye ve Daily Sabah gazetelerinde yazmaktadır.
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11/17/2017 - MORE THAN A FOOD: BREAD'S FASCINATING HISTORY AS THE MASTER OF DINNER TABLES
Bread has been one of the basic staple foods since it was first invented, but people do not appreciate bread when it is abundant and only value it when it is scarce

11/10/2017 - OTTOMANS' CENTURIES OF GREAT SERVICE TO THE HOLY LANDS
Ottoman sultans had always been in the service of the holy lands of Mecca, Medina and Jerusalem even before they became caliphs, and their exquisite work there is proof that they were true servants of Islam

11/3/2017 - OTTOMAN POSTAL SYSTEM: BACKBONE OF A GRAND EMPIRE
People living in the Ottoman Empire, which ruled over 22 million square kilometers, communicated through a complex postal system over long distances

10/27/2017 - ECONOMIC LIFE IN THE OTTOMAN ERA
Liberal principles prevailed in Ottoman economic life, but it was not a loose liberalism, as social justice was essential in the distribution of the empire's income

10/13/2017 - JEWISH COMMUNITY IN OTTOMAN EMPIRE
Throughout its history, the Ottoman Empire was a place where Jews could live without fear of persecution, a comfort denied to them in most of Europe in the 19th century

10/6/2017 - WHITE GOLD: THE STORY OF SUGAR
Trading sugar made so much money that people started to call it ‘white gold.' The increase in sugar production was also one of the main drivers of the slave trade

9/29/2017 - FAKE NOBLES, FICTITIOUS OTTOMANS
Some people who saw the Ottoman's brilliant role and reputation Islamic history claimed to be related to the Ottoman dynasty, and they succeeded in deceiving the simple-minded with these false claims, and some of these people were from European dynasties such as the Romanovs and Habsburgs

9/22/2017 - A CHRONICLE OF LABOR MOVEMENTS IN THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE
Workers' rights in the Ottoman Empire were always protected under the guidance of Islam, which is a religion that honors honest labor. Although there were setbacks, labor rights were always present in the empire which was not an industrialized state

9/15/2017 - EUNUCHS of the ORIENT
Harems and eunuchs are among the most eccentric issues of old oriental life. The discipline of the harem, where it was impossible to come across even a male fly, was handled by the eunuchs. Thanks to them, the palace didn't witness a single scandal in six centuries.

9/8/2017 - VISA REQUIRED: TRAVELING TO ISTANBUL DURING OTTOMAN ERA
As the capital city of the empire, Istanbul was administered under strict rules and travel to the city was regulated. Different permits would be issued depending on whether you wanted to visit and or to settle down. The city population was also strictly maintained in order to avoid food shortages and keep the peace

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