The Turkish election results mean continuity in domestic and foreign policy with a tendency to more authoritarianism at home and an eastward-looking foreign policy. For the opposition, the cards are being reshuffled and it seems that for now, the time of more liberal experiments is over. The result of the second round in the presidential […]
What are the reasons behind this result, which marked the ruling AK party’s biggest defeat in almost 20 years?
A podcast interview with Laurent Berger, the new president of ETUC, after EU Elections, on the most pressing issues of our time and the future of trade unions.
The introduction of a undemocratic executive presidential system has been removed, suspension of Europe accession talks has become unavoidable.
An increasingly important factor that would limit the new executive’s room for maneuver for translating the anti-Western words into deeds is the looming major economic crisis.
Today, any analyses and futuristic foresights on Turkish politics must take into account a whole set of a) new political structures.