Turkey’s Stunted Democracy

There is a general consensus that Turkey is amid an authoritarian backslide. Is it as bad as generally believed? Are things better than they are made out to be? Is Turkey a one-man state with Erdogan at the head and everyone following?

To get to the bottom of these issues I spoke with Howard Eissenstat, an assistant professor of Middle East history at St. Lawrence University.

Stunted Democracy: Erdoğan, the AKP, and Turkey’s Slide into Authoritarianism – by Howard Eissenstat | Project on Middle East Democracy (POMED)

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About aaronstein1

I am an Istanbul based PhD Candidate a King's College London.
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