Professor of Political Sciences. He started his career as an advisor at the Turkish Prime Ministry, and as the chief advisor to the Turkish Presidency. In the following years, he worked as a member of faculty at various universities.
Having received a British Chevening scholarship, he conducted studies at the University of London, School of Oriental and African Studies; with Fulbright scholarship at the Georgetown University, Washington D.C.; and at the UK and US Archives, as well as at the UN Archives in Switzerland.
Since 2002, he has been continuing his researches as the Chair of the Armenian Studies of Turkish History Council on “Great War and Turkiye“.
He has published 28 books in modern history of Turkiye.
His recent research titled “The Ottoman Army 1914-1918: Brutal March with Epidemic Disaster” is approved to be published by an outstanding university in the US.