Pınar Dost is currently the Istanbul-based deputy director of the Atlantic Council in Turkey. She earned a PhD in 2010 and an MA in 2003 in the History of International Relations at the Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris (Sciences Po). Her dissertation is entitled “The Origins of the American Preponderance in Turkey from 1939 to 1947.” Her research interests are mainly focused in the fields of modern Turkish diplomatic history, US-Turkish relations, Turkish foreign policy, Turkey’s energy policy, and Holocaust education. She attended the International Educator Institute on Holocaust Education at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in September 2013 and the Salzburg Global Seminar on Holocaust and Genocide Education in June 2014. She taught on the history of the Second World War at Galatasaray University (Istanbul) and on the history of political thought at Marmara University (Istanbul). She has been one of the educators of Holocaust teacher training programs organized by the Anne Frank House, the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, and the Association for Social Change (Istanbul) in different Turkish cities. She is the author of Le bon dictateur. L’image de Mustafa Kemal Atatürk en France (1939-1938) (Libra, 2014).