Erdogan Won This Round, but the Battle for Turkey's Identity Is Far From Over
The secular protesters from three years ago were replaced on Saturday by men and head-covered women, who effectively ended the army's hold on power in favor of a new era - one that will not necessarily be more democratic or unified.
ISTANBUL - Three years ago, they descended in a long march down Istiklal Boulevard to Taksim Square, divided by groups. Members of Marxist trade unions, Kamalist nationalists, Kurds and thousands of ordinary...
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