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Asli Aydintasbas is a senior fellow at the European Council on Foreign Relations and a fellow at Mercator in Istanbul.
Only a strong democracy with Kurd participation will make Turkey safe.
The age of impunity has descended upon us.
Turkish society is still pushing back against the country's authoritarian trend.
We are on a precipice. He should not push us over.
Ekrem Imamoglu’s election has the potential to change the political trajectory of Turkey.
This is a watershed moment in Turkish political history.
The dispute is about much more than which expensive toy Turkey buys.
Beyond Trump’s erratic behavior and Erdogan’s quick temper, something is wrong at the core of the U.S.-Turkish relationship.
What’s needed is a U.S.-brokered grand bargain with Turkey and the Kurds.
The absurdity of life in Turkey may be a natural outcome of the authoritarian drift at the top.