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Turkey: Polarized At Home, Fraught Ties Abroad
For Erdogan, coalition government and power-sharing remains anathema. It is a concept he does not understand, grasp or accept. According to Erdogan's world view, politics remains a zero-sum game of winner-takes-all.
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Turkish President's Push For A New Constitution Sparks Heated Debate
A new constitution could change the government into a U.S.-style presidency.
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Turkey's Left Reels As Erdogan's AKP Makes Unexpected Election Comeback
The vote comes less than five months after the president appeared to lose support in a June election.
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Photos Capture Turkey's Crucial Election And Its Fallout
A day of voting, protests and celebrations.
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Turkey To Return To Single-Party Rule After Sweeping Election Victory
By Ercan Gurses and Orhan Coskun, Reuters
"This is a success exceeding our expectations," a party official said, acknowledging the scale of the victory was a surprise.
Turkish Security Forces Fire Tear Gas At Protesters In Diyarbakir
DIYARBAKIR, Turkey, Nov 1 (Reuters) - Turkish security forces fired tear gas at protesters in the mainly Kurdish southeastern
Amid Violence And Tension, Turkey Goes Back To The Polls
By Susan Frazer and Desmond Butler, AP
Turkey is a key U.S. ally in the fight against ISIS.
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Turks Head To Polls With Concerns Over Poverty And Inequality
Turkish novelist and essayist Kaya Genc shares his thoughts on the socioeconomic challenges the country faces.
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Nobel Laureate Orhan Pamuk: Nations Like Persons Have Many Identities
By Nathan Gardels, The WorldPost
His new novel explores the personal experience of migration from the tradition-bound countryside to an ever-changing modern Istanbul.
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Mass Anti-Government Protest Held After Turkey's Worst Terror Attack Ever
The nation is still reeling from twin bombings that killed at least 95 people on Saturday.
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Election Poll Shows Turkey's Ruling Party Unlikely To Gain Majority
Prime Minister Davutoglu invited opposition figures to join an interim cabinet.
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Turkey In Political Crisis As Violence Spirals
"We are heading rapidly towards an election again," President Erdogan said.
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Turkey's PM Fails To Form Coalition Government
The NATO member is undergoing the worst political uncertainty in decades.
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Turkey Appears Headed For New Elections
By Orhan Coskun and Ercan Gurses, Reuters
ANKARA, July 31 (Reuters) - Turkey looks increasingly likely to face an early election as its air strikes against Kurdish
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