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The future of human rights in Turkey

The future of human rights in Turkey

Liberal explanations tend to approach globalisation with liberal democracies and economic growth (Scholte, 2005), where states protect and promote human rights, but illiberal democracies are rising in the globalised world …

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Another powerful leader in Turkey

Another powerful leader in Turkey

“As the world expected (and feared)”, Erdoğan won the referendum last april, sweeping new constitutional powers to the Turkish President. More than a victory of the “evet” campaign or a …

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The Turkish coup attempt: one year after

The Turkish coup attempt: one year after

On  July 15th 2016, what was supposed to be another normal Friday in Turkey became the night of a coup attempt. A group of militaries took their guns, and with…

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The borders are in our minds

The borders are in our minds

In view of the talks under the auspices of the UN to resolve the Cyprus problem, OneEurope discussed with Yiota Hadjikosta, a law student at the University of Nicosia, about …

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This might be the New Turkey's time

This might be the New Turkey's time

Erdoğan, a leader who did many essential reforms in Turkey and helped its development, since in 2003 he became Prime Minister of Turkey. In the recent years he has become …

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Erdoğan pushes to restore death penalty

Erdoğan pushes to restore death penalty

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said that he expects the Turkish Parliament to restore the death penalty, after a referendum next month to expand his executive powers.

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The strategic History of Terrorism: Analyzing the past and planning the future

The strategic History of Terrorism: Analyzing the past and planning the future

The study of terrorism as a method of achieving strategic objectives has seen a generous number of disputes over the years from different scholars, mostly on the issue of defining …

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Pro Erdogan rally after the failed coup attempt

Turkey's unfolding expansionism

Turkey’s domestic situation is highly unstable with terrorist attacks, increasing economic problems, unemployment, clashes against the Kurds at its south-east borders, tens of thousands of arrests that had as their …

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Democracy alla turca

Democracy alla turca

Turkey has been in the highlights of international media during the last decade, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and his Justice and Development Party (Adalet ve Kalkınma Partisi – AKP) made big achievements …

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The populism nexus and the grim future of humanity

The populism nexus and the grim future of humanity

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Is Turkey a new danger for Europe?

Is Turkey a new danger for Europe?

The aftermath of the coup finds Turkey in the middle of critical decisions about its geopolitical future. Recep Tayipp Erdogan, Turkey's president since 2002, has the momentum in favour of…

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The EU and the Turkish flag

A "de facto suspension" of the EU-Turkey deal

The United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) states that the agreement between Turkey and the EU on a way to deal with the refugee crisis has, in reality, collapsed. …

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Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in the new Ak Saray presidential palace (White Palace) on the outskirts of Ankara

House of Coups

An insightful interview on the recent developments in Turkey after the failed coup attempt

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Refugee crisis: The EU and Turkey's ugly response

Refugee crisis: The EU and Turkey's ugly response

When the EU-Turkey refugee preliminary accord saw the light of day on March 8th, humanitarian organisations and the United Nations didn't need much time to raise their moral and legal concerns.

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The EU-Turkey refugee deal: Is it legal?

The EU-Turkey refugee deal: Is it legal?

The clock is ticking and it is still unclear if the EU will manage to seal a refugee agreement with Turkey by the end of the week.

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EU-Turkish flag

The EU-Turkey Summit and future prospects for the EU-Turkey Relations

Switching the focus from Turkey's accession in the EU towards Euro-Turkish cooperation on pressing matters

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UN Green Line, Nicosia, Cyprus

The Cyprus Issue; a matter of schedule or a matter of understanding the history and going further?

New negotiations create new opportunities and challenges.

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Russian warplane shot down

Russian warplane shot down by Turkey

Russian warplanes are violating the NATO airspace for months

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A sign displayed during the demonstration in Paris

Pro-Kurdish Demonstration in Paris

OneEurope contributor Fabio Paulos reports from the recent pro-Kurdish protest held in Paris

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The striking similarities between Lisbon and Istanbul

Lisbon and Istanbul: the Princesses

OneEurope author Fabio Paulos explores some of the similarities between Lisbon & Istanbul.

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Turkey's military might is being tested in the current political context

Turkey: a Complex Situation

The Current Challenging Context Facing Turkey

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The Turkish Election

Is this the end of the New Turkey?

Turkey held its 24th general election in its history last 7th of June. The new 550 MPs are now part of the 25th Grand National Assembly of Turkey. As expected, the Justice and Development Party (AKP) won the election but for the first time in power they did not achieved majority. A coalition government will now govern Turkey during next years if the parties agree of one. They have 45 days to achieve a consensus before a new elections can be marked.


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Map of the Turkish elections

Infographic: Turkish Parliamentary Elections 2015

The success of pro-Kurdish party HDP has been a big surprise.

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Elections in Turkey

Turkish Elections 2015

The news has thus far been packed with election news from many member states of the European Union. To name but a few: there were recently elections in Greece which saw Tsipras and Syriza take power, in the UK the Conservatives surprised many by winning a majority, and the local Spanish elections have also made the headlines due to the rise in new parties such as the Ciudadanos and Podemos, which have shaken the current ruling axis, it shows that the people of Spain are far from content with the status quo.

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The State of Play

The State of Play

A Brave New World on Europe's Eastern Border

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Hagia Sophia, a landmark of Istanbul

Once Erasmus, Forever Erasmus: A Portuguese Erasmus Experience in Istanbul

A personal account of one of our Portuguese writer's Erasmus adventure in Istanbul

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Portugal-Turkey Intergovernmental Summit

First Portugal-Turkey Intergovernmental Summit

Portugal - Turkey relations are improving and getting closer

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European Enlargement

European Enlargement

There are currently 5 candidate member-states for the EU, but which one/s will join first?

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Soft power broadcasted through Turkish lenses

The unique style of Turkish Soap Operas captivates the world with such elements the audience can identify with, will this perhaps change our view on Turkey?

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Turkey and the EU

My Europe – What Will Become of it?

Today, the 1st of January of 2030, Turkey has officially joined the European Union. After 25 years of endless negotiations, both the European Commission and the member states gave their endorsement to this much debated entrance.

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