‘How a more divided Turkey could change the way we think about Gallipoli‘, The Conversation, 21 April 2017
Discusses how the classical Turkish (essentially Kemalist) narrative of Gallipoli is being replaced under Erdogan by a more Islamist take. This is likely to influence Australian attitudes toward Gallipoli in conjunction with reduced Australian pilgrim numbers due to terrorism alarms.
Whether Australians and New Zealanders will return to Gallipoli en masse for future Anzac Days, and how they will be received if they do, is uncertain. But ritual performances on the battlefields on April 25 are almost certain to remain politically significant in Turkey.