As Turkey commemorates the first anniversary of an attempted coup that brought the country to the brink of civil war, the Turkish military faces an uncertain future. Can it rehabilitate its standing among the people who stood up against it?
The Turkish president is trying to use the fight over Jerusalem to present himself as the leader of a Muslim coalition. But his shameless rants against Israel are hypocritical and transparent, says Daniel Heinrich.
As Turkey's inflation hits its highest annual rate in 14 years, a small rate hike could be expected. But economic rationality and Erdogan’s politically coordinated cheap money boom have never been the best of bedfellows.
Turkey and Greece's leaders have publicly aired their grievances at an unusually candid press conference. The two NATO members are divided over a series of issues — some decades old, others much more recent.
An investigative report links Ankara to a boxing gang in Germany accused of going after opponents of the Turkish government. The report ties a Turkish MP close to President Erdogan to violent criminal activity.
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