Semih Idiz

Al-Monitor's Turkey Pulse

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Semih Idiz is a diplomacy expert and a columnist for Al-Monitor's Turkey Pulse.

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Turkey's parliamentary system is at stake in a critical referendum scheduled for Sunday.

Vote could edge Turkey closer to dictatorship

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In his first presidential visit to a Muslim country today, Barack Hussein Obama addressed a special session of the Turkish parliament.

Barack Hussein Obama and the Muslim World

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