Events

Treaty of Lausanne Centennial Panel Discussion

The Treaty of Lausanne, signed in Lausanne, Switzerland, on July 24, 1923, between Turkey and the Allied Powers, replaced the Treaty of Sèvres at the conclusion of the First World War and established the boundaries of the modern Turkish state. The panelists covered a wide range of topics related to the Lausanne Conference, including an overview of the treaty, its significance, impacts, and legal implications.

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