- „Understanding conspiracy theories in the Turkish context“, eine Einführung von Turkay Salim Nefes
Two important elements in the prevalence of conspiracy rhetoric is secrecy and political insecurities in Turkish politics.
- „Attacks in Ankara: Same reality, different worlds“, kommentiert Firat M. Hacıahmetoğlu
Whenever I hear academics preaching the discourse of „there is no ‚West‘ and no ‚East'“, I know that there is the ultimate confidence and ’superiority‘ of a western passport behind it.
- „How likely is civil war in Turkey?“ fragen sich Barzoo Eliassi und Elena Fiddian-Qasmiyeh.
The recent and ongoing clashes taking place between members of the Kurdish and Turkish diasporas in Europe reflect the violent transnationality of this conflict.
- „Ankara bombing and the end of the Turkish Republic“, eine Analyse von Ümit Özkırımlı
What we have witnessed in the last two years, culminating in the horrible scenes of 10 October in Ankara, is the end of the Turkish Republic as we know it.Two important elements in the prevalence of conspiracy rhetoric is secrecy and political insecurities in Turkish politics.