Rıdvan Akar

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Rıdvan Akar
Born 1961
Turkey
Nationality Turkish
Occupation Journalist, author

Rıdvan Akar (born 1961) is a Turkish journalist and author.[1] He has contributed to Söz, Ekonomik Panorama, Tempo, Milliyet.[1] He has been editor-in-chief of the news programme 32. Gün (CNN Turk / Kanal D).[1][2] Together with Hikmet Bila and Mehmet Ali Birand, he has authored five editions of a book on the 1980 Turkish coup d'état.[1] He is known for his work on history, politics and minorities in Turkey; he has also published a novel, Bir Irkçının İhaneti (Betrayal of a Racist, 2002).[2]

He was educated at Gazi University and Istanbul University.[1]

Books[edit]

  • Varlık Vergisi Kanunu: tek parti rejiminde azınlık karşıtı politika örneği (1992). Belge Yayınları
  • 12 Eylül: Türkiye'nin miladı (1999, with Hikmet Bila and Mehmet Ali Birand; 5th edition 2006). Doğan Kitap
  • Bir Irkçının İhaneti (2006). Doğan Kitap
  • Ecevit ve gizli arşivi (2008, with Can Dündar). İmge Kitabevi
  • Aşkale Yolcuları (2009). Doğan Kitap

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e Doğan Kitap, Rıdvan Akar
  2. ^ a b kultur.gov.tr, AKAR, Rıdvan

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