Turkey’s Triumphant Opposition

Source:Project Syndicate Date:04Apr2024

With the Turkish opposition’s stunning electoral upset on Sunday, President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and his ruling Justice and Development Party are finally reaping the consequences of

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Sinan Ulgen: Europe needs a new framework for Turkey

Source:Financial Times Date:20Nov2023

The writer is the director of the Istanbul-based Edam think-tank and a senior fellow at Carnegie Europe     Sinan Ulgen finds a way to square the circle, seperate  accession from a new

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A path for Joe Biden to reset US relations with Turkey

Source:Financial Times Date:31Jan2021

There are many obstacles to a grand bargain between Ankara and Washington. Both sides would have to bend. Any road map would at the very least feature: a reappraisal of US support for the Syrian

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Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s assertive foreign policy shakes international order

Source:Financial Times Date:28Jan2020

Sinan Ulgen, a former Turkish diplomat who chairs the Istanbul-based think-tank Edam, said it was “inevitable” that any leader at Turkey’s helm in recent years would have wanted to reassess the

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Conspiracy or Not, Turkey’s Ties to West Are at Risk

Source:Bloomberg Date:05Dec2017

According to an October survey by Istanbul Economics, a consultancy, more than two thirds of Turks think the alliance with the U.S. and Europe is already breaking, that Turkey could manage its

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Turkey’s Emboldened Opposition

Source:Project Syndicate Date:15Jul2017

In Turkey, where President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s government has been working to centralize political power, opposition parties have lately had few reasons to be optimistic. This month’s massive

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