A visit to a city on the edge of Europe highlights the tensions and contradictions of modern Turkey.
Posts Tagged: Recep Tayyip Erdogan
Erdogan planned a constitutional coup. He was defeated not by an army or a revolution but by the votes of the people.
A new spectre is haunting Europe – the spectre of populism.
Cameron’s call to NATO leaders flies in the face of two decades of shrinking armies and a waning will to use them. If he wants to reverse them, he must lead by example.
His security men gave the miners’ relatives the treatment previously reserved for the decadent “alcoholics” and “homosexuals” of GeziPark.
In November last year, the AECR welcomed an important new member – Turkey’s ruling political party, but there’s a problem…