June 17, 2018|Burak BekdilBESA Center Perspectives
The Turks will choose between augmenting what is practically one-man rule based on Islamist politics and returning to a regime based on the separation of legislative, executive, and judicial powers
June 03, 2018|Burak BekdilBESA Center Perspectives
Behind the nice façade lie a deep ideological divide, mutual mistrust, and diverging regional interests.
June 01, 2018|Anne-Christine HoffMiddle East Quarterly
An increasingly precarious situation for Turkey's tiny Christian minority.
May 29, 2018|Burak BekdilGatestone Institute
How can there ever be a lasting peace between a Zionist state and another nation where the president thinks that Zionism is a crime against humanity?
May 16, 2018|Seth FrantzmanJerusalem Post
An interview with a candidate for Erdogan's party in the upcoming Turkish elections in June.
May 09, 2018|Burak BekdilGatestone Institute
Once again, in Turkey, who votes for whom will matter less than who counts the vote
May 03, 2018|Burak BekdilGatestone Institute
The ridiculous applications of the word 'terrorism' by Erdoğan
April 27, 2018|Burak BekdilBESA Center
There may no longer be any journalists left with sufficient editorial liberty to anger Turkey’s Islamist strongman
April 18, 2018|Burak BekdilGatestone Institute
Backward teachings on gender issues show why Turkey fares poorly in international rankings on gender equality.
April 16, 2018|Seth FrantzmanThe National Interest
Unlike other international actors involved in what has become a global conflict, the U.S. is not clear about its interests in Syria. Greater strategic attention is necessary.