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John Tulloh. Erdogan leads Turkey back to the Ottoman era.

     It is the time of the year when we have our annual bout of sentimental reflection on the heroics of the Anzac forces at Gallipoli a century ago. One of the Turkish military commanders whose resistance wore down the … Continue reading

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John Tulloh. Turkey at a dangerous crossroad.

Spare a thought for Turkey as it goes to the polls on November 1. It straddles Europe and Asia, but it is not sure if it is part of either. Nor is it part of the Middle East, yet it … Continue reading

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