Tag Archives: Istanbul

Istanbul Bombings: Kurds and Erdogan Playing Political Football

The Besiktas bombing raises important questions about counter-terrorism strategy and truth telling in Turkey.

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Assault on Atatürk

Turkey is hit by more human tragedies.

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Sudanese in Istanbul: Nur’s Story

Behzad Yaghmaian recalls the experience of a Sudanese refugee family trying to cross into Europe illegally to seek asylum.

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Murat Germen: The New Turkey

Validating cultural identity through contemporary art.

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Europe and Asia United at Last

Turkey finally realizes the dream of connecting the two continents underneath the Bosphorus.

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America, Enjoy the Downward Slide

Can the United States sustain its power? Even more relevant is the question, Is it worth it?

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Bon Voyage, World Bank!

Why has the time come to move the World Bank out of the United States?

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Europe and the Arab World in the 21st Century

Does more unite the Arab world and Europe than divides them?

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Will Egypt Today Share the Fate of Turkey in 1911?

Why are the parallels between Cairo today and Constantinople a century ago all too obvious and disturbing?

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Istanbul: City of Endless Motion and Energy

How does Istanbul embody both the East and West, as well as the North and South?

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