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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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Who Should be Blamed for Muslim Terrorism? | ANDRE VLTCHEK


(Counterpunch, Weekend Edition January 9-11, 2015)   The West is Manufacturing Muslim Monsters A hundred years ago, it would have been unimaginable to have a pair of Muslim men enter a cafe or a public transportation vehicle, and then blow … Continue reading

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