By keeping a key challenger in jail, Turkey’s government risks making Selahattin Demirtas an even more popular and formidable opponent.
The West knows what Ankara is up to, but won’t call it by its name.
The United States needs to put a stop to this flashpoint before it’s too late.
Amid the war against the Islamic State, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is bombing our villages and soldiers on an entirely false pretense.
The administration’s plan to retake Raqqa from the Islamic State could further inflame tensions between Washington, Ankara, and Tehran.
The death toll is rising in an attack on Turkey's international airport in Istanbul.
Pro-Kurdish lawmakers are fighting to stay in Parliament.
Turkey’s government has plenty of scapegoats for the current violence. But it should start by looking in the mirror.
Not that long ago, Turkey's ruling party was willing to talk peace with the Kurds. But voters had other ideas.
The Turkish president's party defied the polls, guaranteeing its political dominance for years to come.
The Turkish president has revived a civil war, purged opponents, and buried a corruption investigation, all in an effort to consolidate power. Will his drive to rule send the country over the edge?