Davutoglu’s Juggling Act: Can Turkey’s Re-elected PM Offer a More Moderate Future?
The election results are a shocking blow to voters of the country’s major opposition parties worried about Turkey’s future as a democracy after the hyped-up nationalism of the winning party’s campaign.
This week, Ahmet Davutoglu, Turkey’s interim prime minister and the head of the religiously conservative Justice and Development Party (the AK Party), scored an astounding victory at the polls, sweeping almost...
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