Author Archives: Aidan Cunningham

EU Treaties, the History of Founding Treaties and the Turkey Issue

With the aftermath of World War II, the European continent was utterly devastated. Entire regions of both Axis and Allied country were reduced to wastelands and rubble. Cities were in turmoil and the economies of every heartland Euro nation was pretty much in the drink, and without any sort of true method of refurbishing their […]



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Sinan, Mosques and the Poor

Mimar Sinan, whose real name is actually Mi’mâr Yusuf Sinân Ağâ, or Sinan Agha the Great Architect, was probably the greatest and important architect in the history of the Ottoman Empire’s architectural heritage. He had to earn his title through years of building various structures across the Middle East before getting noticed, and eventually his […]



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