Monthly Archives: November 2014

Race and Racism in Modern Turkey (Istanbul – BIA.Net)


(İstanbul – BIA News Desk 12 November 2014) “There is a global racial hierarchy that helps to shape the power and the prejudices of each race. At the top of this hierarchy are whites. The reasons are deep-rooted and profound. … Continue reading

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Race and racism in modern Turkey | Bulent Gokay


(first published by openDemocracy on 5 November 2014) Ninety years since the establishment of the Republic, in an ever more complex society, the limitations and contradictions of Turkish national identity are coming to the fore more and more.  “there is … Continue reading

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