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In global cities like Istanbul, the discontents and beneficiaries of globalisation rub shoulders discordantly.
By considering Istanbul as a "possible future global capital, we are heralding the advent of soft power geopolitics".
Will the September 12 referendum be another tumultuous chapter in the modern political history of Turkey?
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Ankara expected to soften law used to prosecute citizens for insulting "Turkishness".
Authorities charge 13 people over alleged plans to mount a series of attacks.
The Turkish prime minister says he is ready to amend a law used to prosecute writers, including Nobel prizewinner Orhan Pamuk, in an attempt to head off a crisis with the EU.

Orhan Pamuk, the acclaimed Turkish novelist who once faced charges for insulting his country, has won the 2006 Nobel prize for literature.

The case against a best-selling writer for insulting Turkish identity has been dropped by

Dozens of leading Turkish intellectuals have urged the government to scrap laws limiting freedom of speech that have led to court cases against prominent figures, including Orhan Pamuk, Turkey's best-known novelist.
Turkish novelist Orhan Pamuk says he is standing by remarks about the massacre of Armenians by Ottoman Turks and about the deaths of Kurds in Turkey, comments that could land him in jail for three years.
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