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Project on Middle East Democracy panel discusses “eroding freedoms” in Turkey

With Prime Minister Tayyip Erdoğan’s planned visit to the United States only weeks away, US – Turkish relations are very much on the American policy agenda.  Syria, Iran, and Turkish-Israeli relations are likely to top that agenda, but human rights … Continue reading

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Turkish Democracy: A Model Abroad, Troubled at Home?

Stay tuned for important Amnesty statements on Turkey in the next few days.   In the meantime, I’ll post a panel discussion at the Project for Middle East Democracy in February, 2012, entitled “Turkish Democracy: A Model Abroad, Troubled at Home.” … Continue reading

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