President Erdogan has been accused of trying to erase the secular founder’s history, but is that a fair allegation?
Ahmed El Amraoui
After several corrective measures after the 2016 failed coup, the military is enjoying better ties with the government.
As elections near, the president has been nicknamed a ‘Caliph in waiting,’ reigniting the debate over Turkey’s identity.
President Erdogan claims foreign policy issues prompted him to call snap elections, but what exactly is he up against?
Legislation criminalises violence against women, but some claim law falls short, leaving domestic abuse victims at risk.
Unsuccessful attempts at reform and the growth of private schools are hurting underprivileged families.
Doctors and activists demand action with over 25,000 unwanted babies born a year and as dangerous abortions continue.
For the first time in modern history, neither candidate in the decisive second round is from the mainstream parties.
As Sunday’s vote nears, the issue of anti-Semitism has raised its head in a country that contributed to the Holocaust.
How outsider candidates threw the traditional left-right battle into disarray.