Category: Turkey

Ahmet Insel: What exactly is Erdoganism?

What exactly is Erdoganism?

Patrick Cockburn: Trump’s worst crime must not be forgotten – ensuring the ethnic cleansing of Kurdish allies in Syria

Eyewitness testimony lays bare the atrocities committed in territory occupied by Turkey

Arzu Geybullayeva: In Turkey, women rise up to stop withdrawal from the Istanbul Convention

The Istanbul Convention is a Council of Europe treaty designed to prevent violence against women

Greens of Turkey and Greens of Greece: Joint Statement by the Greens of Turkey and Greens of Greece on recent tension in Eastern Mediterranean Sea

“We, Greek and Turkish Greens, are both deeply concerned about the current build-up of tension in the Eastern Mediterranean.”

Abdullah Öcalan: Turkey, Syria, and the Kurds

For over two decades, Kurdish leader Abdullah Öcalan has been held in the Turkish prison on İmralı Island. In this op-ed for Jacobin, he calls for a “democratic nation project” able to unite citizens of different ethnic backgrounds and cultural traditions.

Dilar Dirik: Unbowed

Turkey is bent on extinguishing a beacon of women’s liberation in northern Syria. But the women of Rojava are not giving up

Osman Kavala: Osman Kavala and the Snails: watch, enjoy, share

The world’s first lockdown opera, ten minutes of delight against oppression

Ramzy Baroud: Death at the Greek Border

Syrian Refugees Should Not Be Used as Political Pawns

Conn Hallinan: Turkey’s Failed Gamble in Syria

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s latest gamble in Syria’s civil war appears to have come up snake eyes

Mehmet Ozalp: Turkey and Russia lock horns in Syria as fear of outright war escalates

As the nine-year Syrian civil war enters its final turn, Turkey and Russia, long-time allies in Syria, are on the brink of war over the Syrian province of Idlib

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