Voters describe intimidation in Turkey’s referendum
Source:Deutsche Welle Date:22Apr2017
The decision by Turkey’s High Election Council to count unstamped ballot slips eligible makes it almost impossible to detect signs of mass vote fraud, but stories of intimidation based on
Despite referendum win, challenges still ahead for Erdogan
This is an excellent analysis of Erdogan’s policy dilemmas and potential choices post-referendum.
Erdoğan’s Pyrrhic Victory?
Source:Project Syndicate Date:19Apr2017
Turkey’s leading international relations expert Mr. Soli Ozel assesses Erdogan’s narrow victory in the presidential referendum. Is it the beginning of the end for the Erdogan Era? Is there any
Here’s why Turkish opposition parties are contesting the referendum results
Source:Washington Post Date:17Apr2017
Turkey’s presidential referendum ended with a narrow YES victory and under a dense cloud of controversy. The article from Washington Post explains best why the entire opposition from CHP
Fears of foul play hang over Turkish referendum
Source:al Monitor Date:11Apr2017
This al Monitor report addresses a growing fear among Turkey’s beleaguered opposition. That foul play will determine the outcome of Sunday’s ballot, rather than voters’ conscience. While the
Glum EU braces for Turkey vote on Erdogan’s powers
EU is worried about referandum results: Politicians claim there are few good scenarios
Can Turkey afford new battlefront in Iraq?
Source:al Monitor Date:06Apr2017
Will Ankara dare stage new cross-border operations in Syria or Iraq? After the poison gas attack in Idlip, Syria and president Erdogan’s declaration that new cross-border military operations are
Turkey trawled four continents for data on Erdogan foes
Alleged Turkish spy network could add to EU-Turkey tensions: It is still not clear whether Erdogan’s attack on EU countries is a propaganda tool to win the presidential referendum, or he truly
Ticking Clocks: Erdoğan and Turkey’s Constitutional Referendum
Presidential referendum and its aftermath: Turkey expert Garreth Jenkins discusses the current state of polls and the implications of YES and NO outcomes. Can Turkey change course? Read the
Emerging Markets: Will growth continue?
Source:Al Jazeera Date:24Oct2016
After three years of lagging behind developed peers, emerging markets showed a burst of energy in 2016, with the equity index MSCI EM (Morgan Stanley Capital International Emerging Markets)