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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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Fascism in Fancy Dress for the 21st Century | ROYA ARAB


(Counterpunch, July 01, 2015)   Finding Differences Where There Are None Friends, who happen to be respected left-field musicians, were invited to Austria to perform a couple of gigs and film some music videos paid for by an Austrian arts grant. The lovely hosts were … Continue reading

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