Soli Ozel

Kadir Has University

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Professor of International Relations at Kadir Has University in Istanbul and columnist at Habertürk Daily newspaper; former editor of the Turkish edition of Foreign Policy magazine; former Professor of International Relations at Bilgi University in Istanbul

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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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Whatever President Obama decides to do in Syria, one crucial ally is Turkey, where the US-backed leadership is struggling with an unprecedented popular uprising.

Protests Put Turkey's Prime Minister on the Defense

Whatever President Obama decides to do in Syria, one crucial ally is Turkey, where the US-backed leadership is struggling with an unprecedented popular uprising.

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At today's meeting in Brussels, the leaders of the NATO alliance  denounced Syria  for shooting down a Turkish jet fighter.

NATO and Syria: The Military Option

At today's meeting in Brussels, the leaders of the NATO alliance denounced Syria for shooting down a Turkish jet fighter.

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