As Turkey opens to the world and pursues a role as a bridge linking Europe, Asia, and the Middle East, the nexus between its internal and external problems is tightening. This has serious ramifications for domestic political balances, as well as for Turkey’s overall international orientation. The Republic of Turkey, built to survive in one […]

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