Can Turkey and Armenia establish diplomatic relations?| Inside Story

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Relations between Armenia and Turkey have been described as frosty and tense, even hostile.

Controversies include the mass killing of Armenians during the Ottoman Empire, and Armenia’s current territorial dispute with Turkey’s ally, Azerbaijan.

Both sides are now appointing special envoys to work on normalising ties.

Why is this happening?

And can they build trust after decades of animosity?

Presenter: Imran Khan


Mitat Celikpala – Professor of İnternational Relations and Vice rector, Kadir Has University.

Richard Giragosian – Director, Regional Studies Center in Armenia.

Matthew Bryza – Former U.S. Ambassador to Azerbaijan.

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