The RCH Institute of History has published the newest volume of the serial Monumenta Hungariae Historica entitled "From Sultan Süleyman to Mór Jókai. Studies in the Ottoman structure of power and the Hungarian–Turkish connections" (Budapest, 2014. [Magyar Történelmi Emlékek- Értekezések. 10.]) by Pál Fodor, Acting Director General of the RCH (and Director of the Institute of History).
The volume contains the turcologist Fodor’s scholarly essays written in the 2000s. The essays are arranged in thematic chapters, and this way they provide a wide insight into the operational techniques, cohesive forces, drives to wars of the power structure and state mechanism of the Ottoman Empire, which – in spite of its seemingly slow adaptability – had remarkable renewal capacity and had a great effect on Hungarian life.