• The AK Party, and the new era
  • Russia and Egypt: Déjà Vu?
  • All power to Erdogan
  • Presidential election: Erdoğan, Demirtaş and collapse of the joint candidate
  • What lies ahead for the AK party?
  • Neo-Orientalism with a thousand faces
 The AK Party, and the new era

The AK Party, and the new era

Taha Özhan

Erdoğan remains at the heart of this dynamic, and any perspective clashing with the aforementioned vision is bound to alienate supporters over the longer run. Elite change, which would prevent such developments, represents the greatest insurance policy for the AK Party.




 Russia and Egypt: Déjà Vu?

Russia and Egypt: Déjà Vu?

Kılıç Buğra Kanat

The main question here is whether the increasing ties between these two countries result in a significant shift in the geopolitics of the region or is it just a conjectural marriage of convenience for both countries.


 Is Moody's not in the mood?

Is Moody's not in the mood?

Hatice Karahan

Moody's criteria in rating countries mainly include political stability, growth potential, debt dynamics and economic stability. Based on these factors, there seems to be no excuse for not upgrading Turkey to the fit-forinvestment level long before 2013.