Is Erdogan’s anger signal of early elections?

Jan 21, 2021 Over the final couple of months, the world has noticed a comparatively stunning image: a sort and delicate Recep Tayyip Erdogan. He is able to embrace Israel, declare the way forward for Turkey within the European Union (EU), discuss to the Saudi king on the telephone and cheer for the top of the blockade towards Qatar,… Continue reading Is Erdogan’s anger signal of early elections?

New draft legislation seeks to paralyze Turkish civil society

Dec 23, 2020 Turkish civil society organizations spanning the ideological spectrum are elevating the alarm over controversial laws they are saying will grant the federal government sweeping new powers to observe and proscribe their actions. The draft legislation to “Prevent the Financing and Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction” is meant to maintain Turkey from being… Continue reading New draft legislation seeks to paralyze Turkish civil society