Although Turkey’s Erdogan is president of a NATO member country, his Justice and Development Party (AKP) and Hamas share a similar ideology, built on an anti-Western and anti-Semitic worldview.
This year’s Istanbul election and last year’s move to a presidential system have unified and galvanized the opposition, raising questions about Erdogan’s next move.
Erdogan can use any number of legal, political or foreign policy tools to ensure his candidate wins this time around, no matter the reputational costs.
Public sentiment is moving away from President Erdogan in Turkey’s largest cities, especially his hometown of Istanbul. This will have major political ramifications.
Losing Ankara and Istanbul is a significant defeat for Turkey’s President.
Reflections on how to Make Turkey Great Again.
Uncanny parallels between one of Turkey’s top football clubs and the outcome of Turkey’s upcoming general elections.
As the primary source of tourists visiting Turkey shifts from Europe to the Middle East, a 150 year-long era comes to a close.
Is the ruling Islamist-rooted AKP party in Turkey intimidating Turkish Christians?
The failed coup has sparked a wave of hatred and violence against religious minorities for their supposed “complicity” in the incident.