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Europe's 'Turkish Awakening'

 Europe's 'Turkish Awakening'

by Burak Bekdil
Europe looks united in not allowing Erdogan to export Turkey's sometimes even violent political polarization into the Old Continent. Erdogan clearly rejected Merkel's mention of "Islamist terror" on grounds that "the expression saddens Muslims because Islam and terror cannot coexist".

Turkey does not need a second diplomatic assassination

Netherlands Turkey


Barcin Yinanc

It goes without saying that every Western diplomatic mission in Turkey must have reviewed security measures around their compounds - not only after intensified threats from the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) but also after the failed July 15 coup, which saw a rise in anti–Western feelings here.

Is another Turkish coup imminent?

Turkish courtroom


Ahmed al-Burai
Turkey's armed forces are reportedly unhappy with the AKP's post-coup purge. But if they are planning a coup, Erdogan is ready
On 25 February, the flagship Turkish newspaper Hurriyet published a controversial article with the headline "Unease at the military headquarters", implying serious discontent among the country's armed forces.

EUROPE CHALLENGES TURKEY'S ERDOGAN, WHY NOW?

TURKEY'S ERDOGAN


BY SETH J. FRANTZMAN 
Over the weekend Holland stunned Turkey by preventing rallies over a proposed referendum, drawing fierce rebuke from Ankara.

Holland is a “Nazi remnant,” according Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. Turkish foreign minister Mevlut Cavusoglu was prevented from flying to Rotterdam to give a speech, and Family Minister Fatma Betul Sayan Kaya was deported to Germany.

‘The land of sleeper cells’: Why ISIS experts warn against travel to Turkey this summer

Don't travel to Turkey this summer

TEMPTING prices, sunshine beaches and alluring exchange rates will see Britons booking in their thousands to travel to Turkey this summer - something terror experts are claiming would be a MASSIVE mistake.

The End of Turkey’s European History

End of Turkey’s European History

Fabrizio Tassinari
Danish Institute for International Studies

BERLIN—The accusation by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey that Germany perseveres in “Nazi practices,” after a Turkish minister was forbidden from campaigning in Germany, is the latest instance in the perennially tense bilateral relation between Turkey and Europe. 

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