17 May 2022
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Expert sheds light on Erdogan's internal and external challenges and the future of the KurdsTuesday 17 May 2022

Expert sheds light on Erdogan's internal and external challenges and the future of the Kurds

In an interview with Kurdpress, James Carey, an expert on Turkey affairs, spoke about the external and internal challenges of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan before the upcoming elections in 2023 and his specific actions to address them, including the opposition's efforts to oust him, the future of Turkey Kurds, many other issues in Turkey and the war in Ukraine as well as the unprecedented confrontation between the West and Russia after the outbreak of the war in Ukraine.

    Kurdish Language Platform asks Erdogan to officially recognize Kurdish languageMonday 1 February 2021

    Kurdish Language Platform asks Erdogan to officially recognize Kurdish language

    The Kurdish Language Platform wrote a letter to Turkey President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, calling for the official use of the Kurdish language.

    What lies behind the ‘Turkish Stockholm Syndrome’ / Burak Bekdil*Sunday 31 January 2021

    What lies behind the ‘Turkish Stockholm Syndrome’ / Burak Bekdil*

    Turkey’s Islamist leader, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, has not lost a single election, be it presidential, parliamentary, municipal, or referendum, since he came to power in 2002. His ruling Justice and Development Party’s (AKP) nationwide support has ranged between 34% (in 2002) and 52% (in 2018). This is a spectacular success story by any criterion, especially for a leader whose authoritarian-to-tyrannical governance is not a secret, even to his voters.