The deputy chair in charge of the Justice and Development Party’s (AKP) organization has been ousted surprisingly, leading to questions in my mind about whether the party’s controversial social media strategy played a role in his demise.
With its logo resembling the symbol of the Justice and Development Party (AKP) and its devotion to President Erdoğan, a new youth organization stands accused of attacking political party headquarters and media buildings in Turkey
He has just started as Turkey’s new culture minister, but he has already declared war on foreign media and concert pianists who allow their audiences to drink wine and sit on cushions on the floor
Exactly 101 years ago, a series of breath-taking developments in European and Turkish seas put the Ottoman Empire into a war that would destroy it. Recently revealed documents correct some misconceptions about how the Turks entered World War I
Turkey's Davutoğlu-led foreign policy flip-flops may have led to what Erdoğan described on July 24 as 'security weakness' at home.
The AKP has lost its majority in Turkey’s television watchdog, but that doesn’t mean it won’t be able to continue dominating the news media, influencing election outcomes.
Despite unfair criticism, Turkey’s Constitutional Court continues to issue liberal rulings and is probably even more liberal and united than the US Supreme Court
From seismic vote shifts and unprecedented representation to the curious case of invalid votes, here is the never-before-seen outcome in five points after Turkey’s 2015 election
The ultimate success of Turkey stems from the fact that it crafted a political model in which all parties get rid of their excesses sooner or later in order to adapt to changing popular demands.