Recep Erdogan

Total 8 Posts

Democracy doesn’t have to be Western-style, nor the development template.

3 min read
Right now, it’s simply sour grapes and some play-acting.

Turkey-Greece conflict in eastern Mediterranean is less about gas than vaccuum left by Trump.

5 min read
With France on manoeuvres and Germany struggling to play peacemaker, Turkish-Greek relations are close to 1974 lows.

Tensions mount at Greek border with Turkey amid contested history of migration in the Aegean.

5 min read
The Aegean has long been a place of overlapping migration. Now it is facing a new crisis.

Russian-Turkish ties facing serious challenges.

6 min read
Will the emerging strategic partnership fail the tests of Idlib, Tripoli and Crimea?

Is democracy really dying a slow, agonising death?

3 min read
It’s fashionable these days for commentators to lament the lingering death of democracy. It’s being strangled long and slow, so the narrative goes. How?

Criticising the Macron doctrine.

10 min read
The comments from Emmanuel Macron’s interview this week have caused a lot of consternation. While I often agree with this analysis, I feel his conclusions are off and here attempt a more wide-ranging critique.

Is it OK to say, ‘thank God for Russia’?

4 min read
Longer-term, Russia’s return to relevance on the world stage will create other testing issues.
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