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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4/25/2014 - WHAT HAPPENED TO THE ARMENIANS (MILLET-I SADIKA)?
Under the reign of the Ottoman Empire, the Armenians were one of the three non-Muslim communities along with the Orthodox and Jewish people. They were called "millet-i sadıka" ("loyal people or nation") since they lived in harmony with the new rulers of Anatolia. According to Ottoman records dating back to 1914, the Armenian population was 1.23 million

4/20/2014 - OTTOMAN MILITARY MARCHING BAND
It is well known that Ottoman janissary music inspired European composers. German composer Richard Wagner once said, "That is the real music"

4/12/2014 - MUSLIMS COME FIRST IN THE HISTORY OF CONSTITUTIONS
The world's oldest written constitution was announced 14 centuries ago in Medina, Saudi Arabia. The constitution featured a precursor to democracy. Turks are recognized as the leading actor of modern constitution, history since 1808 and the Ottoman Empire adopted the regime of constitutional monarchy with the Constitution of 1876

4/5/2014 - ISTANBUL COMES TO BLOOM WITH TULIPS
Turkish people are known to love flowers.

3/28/2014 - AN EXOTIC COMMUNITY IN THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE: THE LEVANTINES
There were once many Europeans settled in the eastern Mediterranean region for trade. This community was known as "Levantine," which means "eastern Mediterranean" in French

3/21/2014 - CELEBRATE WITH SWEETS ALL YEAR ROUND
There are different traditions in the preparation and serving of Turkish desserts. Certain sweets mark the occasion of important events within the year

3/21/2014 - MURDERS FOR A FALSE PARADISE: THE HASHSHASHINS
Founded by Hasan-e-Sabbah in the late 11th century, Hashshashins created fear by murdering officials throughout the Middle East and loaned a word to the English language: Assassins

3/10/2014 - NOTABLE LIFE OF MIHRIMAH SULTAN
Intelligent and charitable, Süleyman the Magnificent's daughter Mihrimah married a grand vizier, inspired Mimar Sinan, and advised her father and brother in state affairs

3/10/2014 - SULTAN SULEIMAN'S INACCURATE PORTRAYAL ON TV SHOW


3/7/2014 - CRIMEA BETWEEN TWO FIRES
A homeland for Tatars since the eighth century and ruled by the Ottoman Empire for hundreds of years until the Russian conquest, anything that happens in the Crimean peninsula reverberates in Turkey

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