Daily Archives: June 6, 2016

Struggles over the city | Bulent Gokay


The Taksim-Gezi protests began on May 27, 2013, as a small campaign against redevelopment. The initial aim of those who gathered in Taksim Square was to stop developers from building an Ottoman-style shopping center that was to be housed in … Continue reading

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BESIEGED: LIVING AND DYING IN FALLUJAH | Lily Hamourtziadou


‘War is usually so traumatic an experience that generally it follows a course and has consequences quite unintended by the belligerents. To go to war is to roll the iron dice’ (Colin Gray, Strategy and History: Essays on Theory and … Continue reading

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