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Monday, February 19, 2018

Think There's a Deep State? Take a Look at Turkey. | The National Interest

Think There's a Deep State? Take a Look at Turkey.

There is no American equivalent to the Turkish deep state, or even an Israeli one, if it exists in the latter at all.

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Sunday, February 18, 2018

Erdogan's outreach hints at Ottoman revival, and not always welcome | Ahval

Erdogan's outreach hints at Ottoman revival, and not always welcome

With Turkish troops in Qatar and Somalia, Turkish navy vessels patrolling the Gulf of Aden, and amongst speculation caused by the statements of leading Sudanese and Djiboutian figures that Ankara might send its soldiers to Sudan and Djibouti, Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdoğan might be trying to revive the Ottoman Empire, says Jonathan Gorvett in an article he wrote for the Asia Times.

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July 15: The day Turkey's media narrative changed | Turkey | Al Jazeera

July 15: The day Turkey's media narrative changed

What is the media's role in framing the 2016 coup attempt as an explanation for the challenges facing the country?

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Top German Lawmaker in Security Row With Turkey at Munich Meeting | World News | US News

Top German Lawmaker in Security Row With Turkey at Munich Meeting

Feb. 18, 2018, at 8:52 a.m.

By Paul Carrel and Andrea Shalal

BERLIN/MUNICH (Reuters) - A row broke out on Sunday between a leading German politician of Turkish origin and Turkey's delegation at the Munich Security Conference, with the lawmaker being given police protection after what he said was a tense encounter with Turkish bodyguards.

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Post-coup crackdown sees Turkish universities slide in global ratings - The National

Post-coup crackdown sees Turkish universities slide in global ratings

With research under scrutiny after coup attempt academics are fleeing abroad

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