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Is Turkey’s Partition Inevitable?

Is Turkey’s Partition Inevitable?

Jul 1, 2014 World turmoil in 2014 increasingly recalls that of one hundred years ago as national aspirations and trans-national ambitions set the world on a path to war. I do not suggest that the world is on the verge ...

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What trees tell us about Turkey’s future

What trees tell us about Turkey’s future

Four months ago demonstrations about trees in Istanbul’s Gezi Park grew into mass protests against the rule of prime minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan. Now trees – or, put another way, the polarised politics of big development projects – have sprouted ...

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Turkey Caucus Should Speak Out on Anti-Semitism

Turkey Caucus Should Speak Out on Anti-Semitism

  I’ve written a number of times about the Congressional Turkey Caucus, the congressional organization which seeks to promote and encourage a strong U.S.-Turkey relationship. While many Caucus members simply join to burnish foreign-policy credentials or qualify for Istanbul junkets, ...

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