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    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.

    Only one in power can resolve Turkey Kurdish question, expert tells KurdPressSunday 31 January 2021

    Only one in power can resolve Turkey Kurdish question, expert tells KurdPress

    Only one person at the head of the Turkish government can solve the Kurdish problem, and now Turkey President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and to some extent Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) jailed Leader, Abdullah Ocalan, can put an end to the problem in Turkey, a researcher at the German Institute for International and Security Affairs told KurdPress in an interview.