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Turks inspired by protests hold public meetings on how to bring about lasting change.
Richard Falk examines the causes of the current anti-Morsi protests and considers the possible outcomes for Egypt.
Why is the international community so interested in Libya?

The Turkish parliament's decision to send troops to Lebanon comes at the end of a sometimes furious debate, countrywide. 

Jonathan Gorvett in Istanbul

In a last minute decision, Turkey's parliament has voted to postpone plans to introduce a new penal code which had been slammed by journalists and human rights activists.

Jonathan Gorvett in Istanbul

Gearing up for a critical period in a decades-old struggle to join the European Union, Turks are asking how their country will fare in the largely non-Muslim bloc.

Jonathan Gorvett in Istanbul
Turkey's troubled privatisation programme seems to have a fresh lease of life with the latest government decision to sell a majority stake in the country’s giant telecom monopoly.
Jonathan Gorvett in Istanbul

Recent moves by the Turkish government to reform the country’s creaking education system have once again pushed Turkey’s religious training high schools into the centre of controversy.

Jonathan Gorvett in Istanbul

Ahead of a crucial October report on Turkey’s progress towards fulfilling European Union membership criteria, Prime Minister Recip Tayyip Erdogan went on a whirlwind tour of major European capitals earlier this month to promote his country’s case for joining.

Jonathan Gorvett in Istanbul, Turkey
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