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Inconvenient People

Besides providing a background to the controversy over Rahul Pandita's book, Our Moon Has Blood Clots, this is a response to the review of the book by Anuradha Bhasin Jamwal in this journal (27 April 2013).

What happened to the Ottoman Armenians in 1915 was a major thing that was hidden from the Turkish nation; it was a taboo. But we have to be able to talk about the past.

– Orhan Pamuk

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