Interview – Selim Koru

E-International Relations • Apr 26 2018 • Features
Analyst Selim Koru shares his views on Turkey's relations with Russia and its Western allies, its approach to Islamic State, the Kurdish PKK and the peace process.

Turkey’s Unholy Alliance in Syria

Mustafa Demir • Sep 14 2017 • Articles
Turkey's new doctrine sees the future of the country in a coalition with Russia and China. Turkey’s NATO membership is no longer a priority for this ‘unholy alliance’.

The Turkish Referendum and Its Impact on Turkey’s Foreign Policy

Md. Muddassir Quamar • May 22 2017 • Articles
The Turkish referendum results have confirmed a change in Turkey's political system and has, in the views of Erdoğan’s critics, formalized an authoritarian rule.

Turkey’s Operation in Syria and the Future of the Syrian Civil War

Burak Cop • Sep 26 2016 • Articles
Erdoğan and his allies need to come to terms with the reality that the only way to foster Syrian national unity is to have cordial relations with Syrian Arab Republic.

Review – Turkey’s Kurdish Question: Discourse and Politics Since 1990

Özlem Kayhan Pusane • Jul 24 2016 • Features
A rich analysis of the discursive construction of the Kurdish question within the Grand National Assembly of Turkey (GNAT), US Congress, and European Parliament.

Using Civil War to Build an Authoritarian Regime: Turkey’s Policy towards Syria

Burak Bilgehan Özpek • Jun 30 2016 • Articles
The AKP government’s policy towards Syria has produced repercussions affecting Turkey’s global relations and given rise to authoritarian tendencies in domestic realm.

Kurds, Democracy and a New Coalition Government

Kubilay Yado Arin • Aug 11 2015 • Articles
The Turkish election results validate the path towards a political solution to the Kurdish question and point towards further Kurdish unity in the region.

Turkey, the Islamic State, and the Kurdistan Liberation Movement

Joost Jongerden and Bahar Şimşek • Nov 24 2014 • Articles
The congruence IS seeks to create between culture and geography resembles the development of a modern nation-state more than many might be willing to admit.

Turkish Prime Minister Erdoğan’s Non-Apologies to the Armenians and Kurds

Fatma Müge Göçek • Jul 7 2014 • Articles
The lukewarm responses of the Armenian state and Kurdish and Armenian social groups reveal that Erdoğan’s statements were merely political statements, not apologies.

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