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Walk the line

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“I find myself alone when each day is through / Because you’re mine, I walk the line” (Johnny Cash)

Comment(s) 6/21/2017

Silence is deadly

AHU ÖZYURT writes:

Nuriye Gülmen and Semih Özakça have been on hunger strike for 90 days for their jobs.

Comment(s) 6/14/2017

Winning the propaganda war

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As the region boils with the current crisis between Qatar and its neighbors, Turkey’s domestic agenda is still locked in the coup trials and the purges in government.

Comment(s) 6/7/2017

Turkey’s coup trials: Shadows and doubts

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Ten months have passed since the bloody coup attempt of July 15, 2016 and we are finally talking about a judicial process.

Comment(s) 5/31/2017

Time for a new story

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The Justice and Development Party’s (AK Party) extraordinary convention took place over the weekend in Ankara.

Comment(s) 5/24/2017

White House vs the Russia House

AHU ÖZYURT writes:

By the time you read this article, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s meeting with President Donald Trump will be over.

Comment(s) 5/17/2017

The secret to the 49 percent

AHU ÖZYURT writes:

A month has passed since the constitutional referendum granted expansive powers to the President of Turkey.

Comment(s) 5/10/2017

May Day and changing unions in Turkey

AHU ÖZYURT writes:

This year’s May Day celebrations posed a big challenge to workers’ unions in Turkey. Should they turn it into a show of force against the Justice and Development Party (AK Party) government? Or should they go back to pressing for their own rights and own agenda? Turkey’s leading unions, DİSK, TÜRK-İŞ and KESK, opted for the second choice

Comment(s) 5/3/2017

How to mend a broken heart

AHU ÖZYURT writes:

Now that the Turkish referendum is over, all sides are taking stock and looking deep into the numbers that show an interesting future

Comment(s) 4/26/2017

Who won (stole) the Kurdish vote?

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A razor’s edge win for the constitutional amendments may not be President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s best.

Comment(s) 4/19/2017

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