It has been almost a month since Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and his governing party and allies were given a new electoral mandate to enlarge even further their footprint on the country’s trajectory. As the dust is now settling after a nearly year-long, bitterly fought campaign, political life both within and beyond the country’s borders is readjusting to the new realities. In this new era, three important questions stand out as key—for Turkey, its citizens, and the international community.


Read the Article