The Turkish government's new diplomatic initiative with its regional and global partners is based on logic, while the opposition still has no idea why it rejects the process
The oligarchical plan proposed by the 6 +1 opposition parties can never be embraced by the Turkish electorate
Recent gatherings around two tables, one in Ankara and the other in Moscow, bring to mind a line from a famous Turkish poem: 'What a table it was indeed'
The leaders of Turkey’s six opposition parties will hold their first roundtable meeting on Feb. 12. Having agreed to the need for an "augmented" parliamentary system, they had been facing criticism over their seeming fragmentation and lack of a common political agenda.
The main opposition's possible ambitious policy proposal on the Kurdish question would mean direct disunity among the opposition bloc's parties