A grim fixture of the last few months has been the steady stream of legal cases opened against people for allegedly “insulting” President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan.
Lexicon • William Armstrong
While Asia Minor has for centuries served as a crossing point and Turkey has long been a key transit route, recent figures on extra-legal movement trump all recent outcomes...
Opinions • Ahmad Al Rousan
A revival of old issues regarding Ottoman Arab lands after World War I and the post-World War II westward shift of the Soviet Union’s border is now re-emerging on battlefields east of mid-20th-century
Opinions • Riad Al-Khouri
This tense modus vivendi between newly elected Islamists and the military has created stalemates that only last until conditions are ripe for one or the other of the two to impose their power
Opinions • Rola El-Husseini
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