The mistreatment of Kaya and peaceful Turkish protesters by the Dutch police cannot be reduced to a pragmatic polarization between the two countries.
This analysis examines the relationship between two forms of hatred, Islamophobia and antisemitism.
Opposition to Turkey's membership in the EU and opposition to Syrian refugees have become the dominant issues for some political parties.
As the sociopolitical atmosphere gradually shifted towards the confines of the far right and the isolationism in Europe, serious questions about the future of the European project began to be raised
Although the EU since 2002 and the U.S. since 2003 have listed the PKK its extensions as terrorist organizations, they have been providing arms and ammunition to those organizations through different channels.