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Common ground

A group of historians wants to reconsider the 1915 Armenian genocide - and prove that Turkish and Armenian scholars really can get along

By Meline Toumani
April 24, 2005

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FIVE YEARS AGO, Ronald Grigor Suny, a professor of political science at the University of Chicago, sat in a tiny room on campus and waited nervously for a group of colleagues to arrive. ''What have we done?'' he asked his wife. ''What if these people choke each other to death?'' (Full article: 1529 words)

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