By Jacob L. Shapiro
This time last year, Turkey was in the throes of a crisis. A faction of the military had tried to – and nearly did – overthrow the government. The putsch failed, and President Recep Tayyip Erdogan took the opportunity to purge the system of current and potential opponents to his rule. The purges haven’t stopped, and Turkey is still in a formal state of emergency, but the worst of the crisis has passed and Turkey is beginning to stabilize.
Now, the chaos isn’t in Turkey but around it. And one of the surest signs that Turkey is nearly …read more
Source: Geopolitical Futures