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  • Turkey’s stubborn isolation

    Turkey’s stubborn isolation

    Those hoping the Bundestag’s decision will knock some sense into Turkish attitudes are hopelessly naïve
  • Davutoğlu out

    Davutoğlu out

    Turkey’s transition to an executive presidency is complete
  • What is the news like on Turkish TV?

    What is the news like on Turkish TV?

    The state of Turkey's newspapers receives extensive attention abroad, but little is known about the television news bulletins watched by …
  • PKK, TAK and the sea of confusion

    PKK, TAK and the sea of confusion

    Like any war, Turkey’s conflict with the PKK has nuances that are not straightforward to unpack
  • If this is the PKK, it is a game changer

    If this is the PKK, it is a game changer

    Not for decades have Kurdish militants struck civilians on a mass scale. That may have changed on Sunday
  • A new face for nationalism

    A new face for nationalism

    How toppling Turkish nationalist leader Devlet Bahçeli is easier said than done
  • And what about the women?

    And what about the women?

    Ahmet Davutoğlu's ministerial selection shows that women continue to be disgracefully underrepresented in the Turkish cabinet
  • All the king’s horses

    All the king’s horses

    Turkey’s new cabinet clearly signals the shift in power from the prime minister to the president
  • Turkey’s free and unfair election

    Turkey’s free and unfair election

    Last Sunday's result astonished us all, even though it was what the people of Turkey voted for. That doesn't mean …
  • LIVE: Turkey votes November 2015

    LIVE: Turkey votes November 2015

    Live coverage of the voting, results, trends and reaction to Turkey's parliamentary election on 1 November 2015
  • Turkey votes again

    Turkey votes again

    Our final predictions: slightly stronger AK Party, stronger CHP, slightly weaker nationalists, a Kurdish party in third place
  • The expatriate factor

    The expatriate factor

    Votes cast by Turkish nationals abroad could swing more results in this election than ever before