Erdogan continues to play hardball even after his election victory. Read the article HERE.
Erdogan seems to be responding to his election victory by retreating towards more ‘orthodox’ macroeconomic policies. Read the article HERE.
Erdoğan was re-elected in the Turkish presidential run-off because of his opponent’s “limp and uninspiring programme”, which sought to return Turkey to a past that is gone. In New Left Review’s Sidecar. Read the article […]
The Turkish President won the election run-off on Sunday and now the US and EU will have to work out what to do with Nato’s disobedient member. Cross-posted from Other News Turkish President Recep Tayyip […]
Greek voters didn’t want to hear the truth: that the Greek state and private sector is more bankrupt than ever Cross-posted from Yanis Varoufakis’ blog The people spoke. Unlike in 2019, when MeRA25 won nine […]
Analysis of why President Erdoğan did better than polls predicted in the first round, and why the opposition leader, Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu, underperformed. Cross-posted from The Conversation Europe Salih Yusan is an expert on Turkish politics […]
Turkey’s elections on Sunday brought incumbent Recep Tayyip Erdoğan to the cusp of another term in office. But he now faces a runoff vote, in which prodemocratic and Kurdish forces can still inflict a historic […]
As Turkey’s 14 May election approaches, the earthquake disasters have highlighted the failures of the AKP government. Yunus Yener (firstname.lastname@example.org) is the President of the Chamber of Mechanical Engineers of Turkey. T. Sabri Öncü (email@example.com) is […]
Turkey’s 14 May election could be a significant turning point. In Jacobin. Read the article HERE.
The scale of state failure in Turkey is just as striking as the natural disaster. Read the article HERE.