E. (Eldad) Ben Aharon, PhD
Dr. Ben Aharon is a historian of International Relations specializing in the Cold War in the Middle East. He has published scholarly articles on a range of subjects in the British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies, Cold War History, Journal of Balkan and Near Eastern Studies, Israel Journal of Foreign Affairs , and the Oral History Review.
Dr. Ben Aharon forthcoming book (Edinburgh University Press, Islamic & Middle Eastern Studies series) offers a critical re-examination of Israel’s relationship with Turkey in the last decade of the Cold War. His book reveals the complicated and often contradictory process of managing the legacies of the Armenian genocide and the Holocaust in International Relations.
Dr. Ben Aharon is also involved in research-led public engagement, therefore, he regularly writes short essays on current affairs for The Conversation , The Jerusalem Post , Haaretz , The National Interest and Times of Israel , on issues related to the Middle East, Turkey’s foreign policy, Israel’s political history, Holocaust memory , the Armenian genocide and transnationalism.
- Israel's diplomatic history
- Turkey’s foreign policy
- Intelligence history
- Oral history theory and practice
- Jewish and Armenian transnationalism
- Nagorno-Karabakh conflict
- Transnational dimension of conflict and peace
- Conspiracy theories and foreign policy
- Israeli political history
- Israel-Diaspora relations
- Holocaust memory in the global age
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