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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3/18/2016 - TWO SIDES OF THE GALLIPOLI WAR
Today marks the 101st year since the Gallipoli naval battle of World War I, which ended with a unique victory against the Allied forces. Yet the high casualties and successive battles led to the collapse of the Ottoman Empire

3/11/2016 - EUROPE MUST KEEP THE TRADITION OF LIVING TOGETHER
The tradition of living together has always been an issue in Europe and now they think what the EU is trying to figure out what it will do with millions of Muslim refugees. Some politicians even go further and trigger Islamophobia. Will this problem bring an end to the European principles that they praise?

3/4/2016 - THE HOLODOMOR: A MANUFACTURED HUMAN TRAGEDY
With a mild climate and surrounded by fertile river plains, Ukraine is rich in grain production. Ukrainians, however, were victims of a man-made famine during the Soviet era, remembered as the ‘Holodomor,' which literally means ‘death by hunger'

2/26/2016 - JAMRAH: THE HERALD of SPRİNG
The spring has not yet fully shown itself, but jamrah, the herald of spring, has already arrived. It is believed that jamrah brings warmth to the three aspects of nature of air, water and soil and had a deep cultural place among nomadic Turks

2/19/2016 - HANDKERCHIEFS: THE SECRET LANGUAGE OF LOVE
Throughout history, there have been very few items used for multiple purposes. Among them, handkerchiefs have an interesting story both as decoration and clothing as well a means of communication between lovers

2/12/2016 - KARAITE JEWS: THE READERS of HEBREW SCRIPTURES
The Karaim are a Jewish community that completely reject the Talmud oral law and only recognize the Torah. They continue their existence in different regions, including Lithuania and Turkey, and it is rumored that Istanbul's Karaköy neighborhood is named after them

2/5/2016 - 150 PERSONAE NON GRATAE: THE BLACK LIST OF THE NEWLY ESTABLISHED REPUBLIC
The Treaty of Lausanne marked the independence of Anatolia while also sealing the fates of 150 randomly selected people who only carried out their duty to their country and sultan

1/29/2016 - WHY THE ISLAMIC WORLD FELL BEHIND IN SCIENCE
The Islamic world made significant contributions in different scientific fields up until the 15th century. These contributions are inevitably seen not only in science, but also in other fields such as art, trade and politics. So what happened to make the Islamic world fall behind in science while it rose in Europe? What are the reasons behind this downward trend?

1/22/2016 - ADA KALEH: A TURKISH ISLAND IN THE DANUBE RIVER
Facing the port city of Orsova in southwestern Romania, Ada Kaleh was an island, whose previous population was entirely Turkish. Conquered by the Ottoman Sultan Mehmed I, the island was under Romanian rule after the World War I. The island was submerged with the construction of a dam in the early 1970s and the residents either moved to Turkey or Balkan cities

1/15/2016 - THE MOSUL QUESTION: A CLASH FOR OIL
Mosul was the last city that the Ottomans lost in World War I. The city was also the main reason for a long dispute between the Turkish and British governments, which suspended the Lausanne Peace Negotiations

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