‘Political murders’: What is this all about in Turkey?

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By all indications, 2022 will be a year full of intense arguments and discussions. Koray …
  • Opposition parties know no bounds in trying to 'get rid of Erdoğan' even if it means increasing tension and polarization
  • CHP and the IP may face two problems at once. Failure to talk about autonomy or native-language education would get them stuck between Erdoğan’s Diyarbakır address and the HDP’s demands. Discussing the problems with the reconciliation process would put the CHP and the IP, not the ruling Justice and Development Party (AK Party), in a difficult position.
  • Normalization is not an emotional decision to “get along with everyone.” Nor does it occur at one side’s request. It goes without saying that all states revisit their policy choices with an eye on emerging geopolitical trends. They make calculations and make new choices if necessary. That, too, is the driving force behind the pursuit of normalization by regional powers, including Turkey.

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