Ahu Sila Bayer

language translator and resident of Istanbul

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Resident of Istanbul and professor at Bosphorus University in the Department of Translation

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Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan was not on the ballot, but Sunday's parliamentary election was widely seen as a referendum on his leadership and his ambition for more political…

A Political Upset in Turkey Means New Uncertainty in the Middle East

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