Turkey

    • Event

    Turkey: Aftermath of the Political Crisis

    Turkey’s constitutional crisis – which nearly led to the banning of the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) – is not over yet. Henri Barkey and Ian Lesser argue the country has yet to fully recover, and the AKP needs to implement a set of changes to the party’s hierarchy and political agenda in order to avoid another crisis.

    • Commentary

    Turkey's Court Case is Not the End

    Turkey stepped short of an abyss late last month when, by a very narrow decision, the Constitutional Court declined to outlaw the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP).

    • Research

    Turkey: Aftermath of the Political Crisis

    Turkey narrowly avoided an unprecedented constitutional crisis on Wednesday when its Constitutional Court refrained from banning the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP). In a new commentary, Henri Barkey offers an analysis of court’s decision, outlines the history of the AKP, and assesses the impact of the crisis on Turkey’s political future. 

    • Research

    The Middle East: Evolution of a Broken Regional Order

    There have been many attempts by the international community to impose order in the Middle East. The reality is that Arab states must themselves overcome divisive ideologies, prioritize common interests, and develop a cooperative political and security architecture if a new regional order is to come to fruition.

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    The European Union and the Start of the French Presidency

    France assumed the presidency of the European Union earlier this month as Europe tries to move forward after Ireland’s rejection of the Lisbon Treaty. To better understand where the EU is today and French leadership objectives, the Carnegie Endowment hosted French Ambassador to the United States Pierre Vimont for an in-depth discussion on the future of the EU.

    • Commentary

    Turkey’s Judicial Coup D’etat

    Carnegie's Henri Barkey discusses the democratic setback in Turkey prompted by the indictment of the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) for allegedly violating the Constitution's principle of secularism - a move that seeks to essentially abolish the party.

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    The Escalating Conflict Between Turkey and Iraq

    Tensions are rising between Turkey and Iraq after the killing of 12 Turkish soldiers by the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) on Sunday. Carnegie's Henri Barkey talks to NPR about the crisis between the two nations.

    • Commentary

    A Missed Moment in Iraq

    Carnegie's Henri Barkey discusses the crisis between Turkey and the Kurdistan Workers' Party in northen Iraq and argues that the United States missed key opportunities to prevent such a crisis.

    • Commentary

    Islamist Lessons in Turkey

    The major electoral success of the Turkish Justice and Development Party (JDP) led by Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan urges reflection on the experience of Turkish Islamists and the trajectory of the development of their political identity. It further urges study of their role in public life and the ramifications that the Turkish experience may have on Islamist activity in the Arab world.

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    Turkish Ruling Party Wins National Elections

    The ruling party in Turkey won parliamentary elections by a wide margin. Carnegie's Henri Barkey discusses what the election means for Turkey and the United States.

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