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AFTER JUNE 2015 ELECTIONS: Turkey’s New Political Landscape — implications for domestic and foreign policy


(presented at European Policy Centre, EPC, on 15 September 2015) TURKEY AFTER 2015 JUNE PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS In the recent parliamentary elections, the ruling party, AK Party, won 40.85 % of the popular vote, enough to finish first, but not enough … Continue reading

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The Concept of US Retreat | BINOY KAMPMARK


(Counterpunch, April 20, 2015) Fearing the Loss of Hegemony “A hegemon is supposed to solve international crises, not cause them.” — Christopher Layne, The American Conservative, May 1, 2010 Nothing upsets those drunk on imperialist virtue than the fact it … Continue reading

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