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Coup-Weary Turkey: Directionless and Insecure

Turkey once boasted of having NATO’s second biggest army, equipped with state-of-the-art weapons systems. That powerful army now lacks command: After the failed coup of July 15, more than 8,500 officers and soldiers, including 157 of the 358 generals and admirals in the Turkish military’s ranks, were discharged. 292 kelime daha


Gulen-affiliated charter schools are bad apples?

The Gulen-affiliated charter schools are finally getting the negative attention they deserve from law enforcement, the media and others. The Gulen-affiliated charter schools are the second largest charter chain in the United States, second only to the KIPP network of charter schools. 625 kelime daha

Charter Schools

Turkey's post-coup funk reaches far and wide

Turkey’s rulers say the world does not understand how much the attempted coup in mid-July traumatized the country. To judge by three weeks in the rural backwoods of the southern province of Antalya, they are not far wrong. 1.589 kelime daha


Turkey asks US to arrest Turkish expatriate Fethullah Gulen

In the wake of the failed Turkish coup on July 15th, when the military tried to take over government buildings while President and strongman Recep Erdogan was vacationing near Marmaris, … 424 kelime daha

Middle East

CAIR, Awad Continue Aggressively Shilling for Turkey

IPT News, September 9, 2016:

A delegation from Turkey’s parliament came to Washington this week to make the case for extraditing Fethullah Gülen, an opposition figure living in self-imposed exile in Pennsylvania. 589 kelime daha

Counter Jihad Report

Biden Met by Snubs as He Seeks to Mollify Turkey's Angry Erdogan

Serves him right. Wednesday the day he stepped off that plane, Biden’s trip to Turkey was ill fated. Intended to smooth relations frayed by last month’s botched coup, Biden’s visit instead showcased acrimony with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. 536 kelime daha

In The News

Newsbud Roundtable on Turkey and Multipolar Chess

via In this week’s Newsbud Roundtable Sibel Edmonds, James Corbett and Spiro Skouras discuss Vice President Joe Biden’s recent trip to Turkey. What kind of back room deals were reached in Biden’s meeting with Turkish and Kurdish officials? 86 kelime daha