Post Tagged with: "Recep Tayyip Erdogan"

An Ontological Reading of Turkey’s AK Party – Gülen Movement Conflict

An Ontological Reading of Turkey’s AK Party – Gülen Movement Conflict

An alliance that once existed gradually turned to conflict post-2010 because both sides began to fear an erosion in their self-identities as a source of distinctiveness.

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

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

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.

The Unresolved Internal Struggle beyond the Turkish Coup

The Unresolved Internal Struggle beyond the Turkish Coup

Turkey’s redefinition of itself on the basis of a clear strategy and vision both internally and externally will determine the future nature of the Turkish political structure.

The Post-Davutoglu Era in Turkish Foreign Policy

The Post-Davutoglu Era in Turkish Foreign Policy

Replacing Ahmet Davutoğlu will not end his strategic legacy and in the short run there will not be any radical shift over Turkey’s present foreign policy orientation.

Turkish Presidential Elections and the Kurdish Peace Process

Turkish Presidential Elections and the Kurdish Peace Process

Recep Tayyip Erdogan will most likely be elected as the next president of Turkey. If not, expect to see progress on the Kurdish peace process from the AKP government.

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

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

The lukewarm responses of the Armenian state and Kurdish and Armenian social groups reveal that Erdoğan’s statements were merely political statements, not apologies.

Approaching 2015: How to Assess Erdoğan’s Statement on the Armenian Genocide?

Approaching 2015: How to Assess Erdoğan’s Statement on the Armenian Genocide?

Prime Minister Erdoğan’s statement on the Armenian Genocide elevated previous utterances made by government officials to the level of Turkey’s official position.

Erdoğan’s Condolences: Too Little, Too Late within a Steadily Changing Context

Erdoğan’s Condolences: Too Little, Too Late within a Steadily Changing Context

Many Armenians believe that Erdoğan’s condolences constitute too little at this stage and do not provide hope for any major breakthrough in Armenian-Turkish relations.

Second Image (Reversed), Framing Effects, and Turkey’s Gezi Park Demonstrations

Second Image (Reversed), Framing Effects, and Turkey’s Gezi Park Demonstrations

Prime Minister Erdoğan is not in imminent danger of losing power, but the protests and his response to them could be consequential for Turkey’s democracy and its role in international relations.

Flying Blind: Why Armed Drones May Detract from Turkish Security

Flying Blind: Why Armed Drones May Detract from Turkish Security

Turkey is actively seeking to procure armed unmanned drone aircraft to combat its Kurdish insurgency. This strategy carries profound risks.

Turkey Today: A “Leviathan” or a “Law-seeker”?

Turkey Today: A “Leviathan” or a “Law-seeker”?

The profound social and political changes Turkey has undergone have made it a law seeking nation. Ankara is now on the path to becoming a full fledged democracy under the rule of law.

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