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The battle for Syria

The battle for Syria

FOLDED CORNER - ‘The Battle for Syria: International Rivalry in the New Middle East’ by Christopher Phillips (Yale University Press, $30, 320 pages)

Comment(s)9/22/2016

Spoken Word Istanbul to hold second ‘Writers’ Retreat’ in Turkey’s Datça

Spoken Word Istanbul to hold second ‘Writers’ Retreat’ in Turkey’s Datça

Popular multilingual open-mic night Spoken Word Istanbul is organizing its second “Writers’ Retreat” in the idyllic Datça district of the southwestern province of Muğla

Comment(s)9/13/2016

Turkey’s art world continues to resist, despite all difficulties

Turkey’s art world continues to resist, despite all difficulties

Turkey’s writers and artists continue to resist against all difficulties, struggling in an environment of terror, political turmoil and government pressure, according to veteran journalist Doğan Hızlan

Comment(s)9/19/2016

'32' by Sahar Mandour

'32' by Sahar Mandour

FOLDED CORNER - ‘32’ by Sahar Mandour, translated from the Arabic by Nicole Fares (Syracuse University Press, 141 pages, $19)

Comment(s)9/8/2016

INTERVIEW: Michael Wuthrich on the history of elections in Turkey and the future of Turkish democracy

INTERVIEW: Michael Wuthrich on the history of elections in Turkey and the future of Turkish democracy

The belief that Turkish politics has for decades been defined by unchanging cultural divides is very widely held.

Comment(s)9/17/2016

An Ottoman novel: Felatun Bey and Rakım Efendi

An Ottoman novel: Felatun Bey and Rakım Efendi

FOLDED CORNER - ‘Felatun Bey and Rakım Efendi, An Ottoman Novel’ by Ahmet Mithat Efendi, translated from the Turkish by Melih Levi and Monica M. Ringer (Syracuse University Press, 176 pages, $14.95)

Comment(s)9/1/2016

Elections in Turkey: People, politics, and the party system

Elections in Turkey: People, politics, and the party system

FOLDED CORNER - ‘National Elections in Turkey: People, Politics, and the Party System’ by F. Michael Wuthrich (Syracuse University Press, 341 pages, $49)

Comment(s)9/15/2016

Author Vedat Türkali dies

Author Vedat Türkali dies

One of the masters of Turkish literature, author Vedat Türkali, died on Aug. 29 at the Yalova State Hospital, where he had been receiving treatment for multiple organ failure since Aug. 27. He was 97

Comment(s)8/29/2016

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