Turkey's burned all its credit and it is no longer a functioning democracy. With eroded soft power, I wonder what it can offer to the region.
Gul could sabotage the government at any time if Erdogan fails to meet the expectations of his oldest political ally
Twitter has become Erdogan’s nightmare - a platform where information flows uncontrolled
Erdogan’s popularity significantly declined among Arabs when the prime minister failed to walk his talk
Sunday’s elections were a test to see if Erdogan's electorate is discontent with the way he is ruling
Hours later, Turkish telecommunication authorities blocked the access to Twitter across the nation
There are only two weeks left until key local polls in Turkey and the country’s bellicose Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan is looking for votes
The Turkish prime minister has one big and very effective weapon: the myth that he has no alternative
Erodgan is currently running the country focused solely on saving his ailing regime
The government is now trying to justify its monitoring activities by adopting a bill to change the intelligence agency's responsibilities
It is heart-wrenching to see Erdogan destroying the Turkish democracy to extend his throne
“You’re deported,” one of my colleagues told me. Within hours, the police phoned my editor-in-chief, asking him to hand me over
Erdoğan’s reiteration of his love toward Iran is also a victory for Iran’s leadership
With three elections ahead, Erdoğan doesn’t want to be seen as a leader who struggles only to keep the economy on its feet
The troubling trend of a 'deep state' in Turkey has flourished despite the recent graft probe of the country's government
At a time when loyalty pays back, public figures – no matter where they stood in the past – are now in an ‘applause contest’
Erdogan and his government’s unaccountable behavior stems from a strong hope that people will approve their legitimacy
Since Dec. 17, the date when the corruption operation was launched, Erdogan’s government has done everything to cover it up
Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has thrown Turkey’s hard-won democracy into disarray
Turkey has been rocked with a corruption scandal since Tuesday that involves many businessmen, the sons of three ministers and several public ...
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