Ghitis, Frida
October 2015
World Politics Review (Selective Content);10/15/2015, p1
The article focuses on the impact of the suicide bombings in Ankara, Turkey in October 2015 on the image of Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan. According to Nobel Prize for Literature winner Orhan Pamuk, the environment of insecurity and the prospect of all-out sectarian conflict is due to Erdogan. Erdogan's foreign policy is also discussed.


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