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+ TURKEY'S ELECTIONS: DOMESTIC SCENARIOS AND FOREIGN POLICY IMPLICATIONS CASPIAN BRIEF NO. 27, October 2002 By Founder of EWS

By Ambassador Erik Cornell, Dr. Kemal Kaya, and Dr. Svante E. Cornell On November 3, Turkey is facing one of the most unpredictable elections of its modern history. This election, coming against the backdrop of one of Turkey?s worst economic crises, is set to rearrange the upper political echelons i

+ NATIONALIST MOVEMENT PARTY By Mehmet SARAL

M.H.P. (Nationalist Movement Party) was founded towards the end of the 1960 by Staff Colonel Alpaslan Türke?, one of the organizers 27 May 1960 coup d etat. The main points of this ideology are Turkism, Turanism and Anticommunism. It was based upon a military pattern. Its foundation was proceed

+ WHAT HAPPENED TO CENTER RIGHT? By Sedat BOZKURT

After the entrance of multi-polar party system, Turkish political history was based on bipolar structure. In other words, it was formed by center right and center left. Politicians that defined themselves as ?rightist? formed the center right wing. These politicians were very nationalist and focused

+ CHP: THE HISTORY OF UNIFICATIONS AND BREAK UPS By Alper ASLANDAŞ

While Turkey that is trying to enter the EU in the process integration, CHP has announced that they are going to be unified with YTP that was established by a former CHP deputy ?smail Cem. The participation that was announced as ?free of problems and without negotiation? and accepted as ?the str

+ NOTES OVER AKP 04.JAN.2005 By Associate Professor Dr. Aliyar Demirci

Through the end of 2004 Prime Minister Tayyip Erdo?an has participated to the religious opening ceremonies of a museum that is under the protection of Armenian Patriahate, mosque and then to a church and a synagogue. The multi-cultural and religious past of Turkey that belonged to the pre-Republ

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