After years of creeping authoritarianism, Turkey's president is now set up to take the reins in earnest.
Turkey's referendum could lead to a tremendous change in the country's political development, leading to an extremely autocratic regime.
Whatever the result of Turkey's long-awaited vote on presidential powers, things will get worse before they get better.
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If the 'yes' vote prevails in this month's constitutional referendum, the Turkish people may be in the rare position of democratically approving the death of their own democracy.
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Poland's women may have won the abortion battle, but the ruling Law and Justice Party is cracking down on dissent elsewhere.
Clashes between student protesters and armed security (whether public or private) compel South Africans to consider the role of use of force in the context of protests.
The world's most isolated country has a lot going on – and its complex internal dynamics are too often overlooked.
Turkey is sliding into autocracy – and the man at the helm seems keen to speed things up.
A professor at Ohio State surveyed Turkish citizens about their views on democracy. What he learned helps explain the current crisis in the EU wannabe.
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Carl Schmitt rejected the Nazis, but his political philosophy paved the way for the likes of Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin.
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