Recep Tayyip Erdoğan wanted an executive Turkey, headed by him. He got it. Here is how.
Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has already made Turkey into an autocratic state. Now he wants even more power.
The Turkish leader makes a lot of noise, but has not followed up on his threat of economic sanctions.
The Turkish president played with fire in Syria and undermined democracy at home. And he’s not done yet.
After surviving a military putsch, Turkey’s president is doing the opposite of what his country needs.
Live analysis from the Atlantic Sentinel about the military attempt to topple Recep Tayyip Erdoğan in Turkey.
More and more ruling party leaders recognize that Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has become a liability.
To win an election, Turkey’s leader has stretched communal relations almost to the breaking point.
By refusing to give Catalans and Kurds autonomy, Spain and Turkey leave them with little choice.
It is high time the West recognizes the Islamists ruling Turkey are “anti-Semitic bullies.”
Turkey supports the campaign against the Islamic State but insists Bashar Assad is part of the problem.
The Turkish leader could use his election victory to marginalize opponents, further polarizing society.