1. Ismail Besikci, Scholar on Kurds, Stopped from Leaving Turkey →

  2. Dr. Ismail Besikci Will Lecture at American University | American Kurdish Information Network (AKIN) →

    Dr. Ismail Besikci, renowned Turkish scholar, will address American University Students on April 22, 2014 in Washington, DC.

  3. What It's Like to Work for the Turkish Government's Propaganda Machine | VICE United States →

  4. Turkey Turns Its Back on the E.U. →

  5. The many temper tantrums of Turkey Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan →

    Erdogan rarely sees a confrontation he doesn’t like. “From tomorrow, there may be some who flee,” he says of his political opponents.

  6. The Ottoman Revival Is Over →

    Turkey was becoming a major foreign policy player. Now Erdogan is returning it to irrelevance.

  7. Turkey’s political crisis isn’t just about Twitter and YouTube. Here are two important factors you should understand. →

    On Sunday, Turkey will hold nationwide municipal elections, and while local elections do not generally make international news, this one is different: The Turkish government has banned YouTube and Twitter in an apparent attempt to stifle political criticism, prompting a worldwide backlash. Add that to months of often bloody street protests against policy actions, and the […]

  8. Erdogan: A Latter-Day King Canute? →

  9. Researcher: Kurdish Women Are Victims of a Legacy of Violence →

  10. '21st Century Book Burning' →