The Turkish election highlights the growing strength of Turkish opposition despite the defeat and approves of a president who could be weaker than he would like to appear.
Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has headed off a political humiliation, but making good on his extravagant promises won't be easy.
Turkey's snap election is on Sunday. One fact is clear: The candidates and electorate are both nationalist and pious. That's in contrast to the strict secularism of 20th century politics.
A snap poll intended to boost the Turkish president's power has stirred up online opposition to his increasing authoritarianism.
Many thousands of Germans got through internment by performing farces, dressing up as women and clapping along to the can-can.
The Turkish lira has dropped more than 15% this year against the US dollar.
Turkey’s June 24 elections are the first in 16 years that could be politically meaningful. Opposition parties seem revitalised and could launch anti-Erdoğan coalition into the second round.
At Gallipoli this Anzac Day, thousands of Turkish youth will re-enact a march that stopped the Anzac advance in 1915. The march has taken on new significance in Turkey since an attempted coup in 2016.
President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan seeks nothing short of leading the Muslim world, building on Turkey's imperial Ottoman past.
The Syrian conflict is a war of many sides. Here's a rundown of the key players.
In March 2016, the EU struck a deal with Turkey to stop migrants crossing the Mediterranean to Greece. What has happened since?
Even if Syria's armed conflict is somehow resolved, new proxy conflicts between regional actors are emerging on the country's soil.
Refugees hold religious prejudices against each other too – separating them by religion is not the answer.
The prospect of gas wealth has been escalating old rivalries and disputes between Turkey, Cyprus, Lebanon, Israel, Egypt and Greece.
New, extreme levels of censorship in Turkey could lead to waves of digital activism by tech-savvy generations.
The Erdoğan regime's move into northern Syria is being justified in the name of European security.
Yes, a lot of Turkish citizens are looking for a chance to start new lives abroad – but not all of them are doing it for the same reasons.
Over the past three decades, Turkey has launched countless operations across the Iraqi and Syrian borders, succeeding only in making matters worse for itself. This time may be no different.
Turkey's actions have arguably improved the situation in Somalia over the past six years but its increasing role could bring it on a collision course with other states.
Turkey's priorities in Syria just don't match the US's – and its increasingly authoritarian domestic politics don't help.