The Turkish government, with President Erdogan in the lead, has maneuvered itself into a daring conflict on two…read on
The recent 800th anniversary celebrations of the signing of Magna Carta served as a reminder of the historical…read on
Dr. Esra Ozyurek, Associate Professor at the London School of Economics discusses the recent Turkish election and how this…read on
To many observers and analysts, the state of democracy in Europe seems troubled and troubling (e.g. Krastev, 2014;…read on
The point of departure of this article is limited systematic research on the rotating EU Council Presidency after…read on
These general elections drastically changed the course of politics in Turkey. Dilek Kurban explains why the AKP had to take a battering while the HDP celebrated a triumph.
In order to lose the presidential elections, Brosnilaw Komorowski would have to run over a pregnant catholic nun,…read on
As president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan should be taking a neutral position in the current run-up to the Turkish elections. Yet he continues to meddle in the politics of Prime Minister Davutoglu. There are indeed reasons for him to be nervous.
Developments in North Africa in the past four years suggest that the initial objective of the European Neighbourhood…read on
Although for European foreign policy the final legacy of 2014 as a year of crisis is still uncertain,…read on