Posts Tagged “Ahmet Davutoğlu”

A Turkish stadium harbours a stark message for multiculturalism

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A Turkish stadium harbours a stark message for multiculturalism

By James M. Dorsey A condemned Turkish stadium harbours a dark warning of the long-term consequences of ethnic cleansing or what Turks euphemistically call the population exchange almost a century ago when Turkey and Greece expelled their respective Greek and Turkish minorities. It is a message that has not lost its urgency as Turkey fights…

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In Turkish elections: Ağa Selahattin Dethrones “Sultan” Tayyip

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In Turkish elections: Ağa Selahattin Dethrones “Sultan” Tayyip

Turkey’s Democratic elections show that the HDP opposition can win support, but not enough to oust the AKParti, the party President Erdogan founded. But now the HDP is a more formidable voice in defining Turkey’s Democratic future. The vote suggests Turkish voters may want a multi-party coalition leadership By Abbdenour Toumi Ankara, Turkey — In order to…

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