CHP’s 10 point resolution proposal seem to provide a mechanically simple working framework with quite powerful moral and political messages.
Today, people are wondering if Turkey is at the verge of an all-out military campaign against her neighbour in the … More
While Justice and Development Party is celebrating its third term in Government, their policies have revealed cracks in their foundations.
With the rise of ethnic questions, the ruling party seems to be risking the decomposition of the political fabric of the Republic.
Turkey’s current account balance in term of its size, structure and perspective does not possess a reassuring stand so far.
The EU accession process called for reforms permitting local authorities to conduct certain international relations, but the Government, so far, seems to have failed in implementing the reforms.
The prime minister’s statements on abortion and Cesarean sections show that AKP is striving to create a presidential system, in which the President would be omnipotent.
Turkey’s dependency on energy import requires a radical paradigm change on its policy.
Although the international agreements signed by the Turkish Government impose the responsibility on Turkey to pursue policies and laws strengthening gender equality, the Government seems very reluctant to pursue EU standards.
Turkey will have to couple its dynamic economic performance with development and respect for imitational players care of and respect advanced economic.