Category: Turkey

Conn Hallinan: A Wounded Erdogan Could Be Dangerous

For the second time in a row, Turkish voters have rebuked President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s handpicked candidate for the mayoralty of Istanbul

Juan Cole: Erdogan’s Agony

Has Istanbul just begun saving Turkish Democracy?

Umar Farooq: The Second Drone Age

How Turkey Defied the U.S. and Became a Killer Drone Power

Richard Falk: A Turkish Constitutional Crisis?

Davutoglu’s Manifesto

Conn Hallinan: Turkey: Revenge of the Kurds

After 18 years of unchallenged power and success, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan suddenly finds himself in the middle of several domestic and foreign crises with no obvious way out

Koray Caliskan: “A Great Moment for Democracy”

Erdogan’s AK Party Suffers Major Defeat in Local Turkish Elections

Cengiz Gunes: Pro-Kurdish HDP fights an uphill battle in Turkey elections

In Turkey’s increasingly repressive political climate, the HDP is facing off against the ruling AKP in a battle for the Kurdish vote at local elections

E. Ahmet Tonak: The Turkish economy: worse than a recession

Turkey’s economy is back in the news, and not in a good way

Conn Hallinan: Turkey’s Leader’s Election Woes

Many Turks may be souring on the “destination” that Erdogan has brought them to, and they could well decide to send that message on March 31

Dilar Dirik: Kurdish MP on hunger strike prepared to “protest to the death”

Imprisoned HDP MP Leyla Güven is in critical condition after 68 days of hunger strike to demand an end to the isolation of Kurdish leader Abdullah Öcalan

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