For better or for worse, various countries around the world charted a new course last year. What lies ahead for 2016?
Firmly back in control after winning snap elections, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and his AKP government are reducing democratic process to a rubber stamp for their undemocratic project.
After being humiliated at a summer election, Turkey's ruling party set about winning over the population with fear. It seems to have worked.
Only radical change can prevent civil war in a country fractured by the actions of its own government.
After a terrible summer of violence and political deadlock, things only seem to be getting worse for Turkey. Why?
The rise of the pro-Kurdish HDP has brought fresh hope to those seeking a peaceful resolution to a decades-long dispute.
The June 7 elections were no doubt one of the most critical in modern Turkish history.
Ruling AKP gets a hammering at the polls as pro-Kurdish HDP enters parliament for first time.
With plans to shake up democracy, it's no wonder the HDP is being compared to Syriza and Podemos.
Can the left-wing HDP cross Turkey's electoral threshold to transform the nation's parliament?
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