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NATO members are supposed to be democratic. What happens when Turkey isn’t?

A core principle of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) is that member states adhere to democratic values. So what happens now that Turkey, a longtime NATO member, has suspended a number of legal protections in the weeks and months following the July 15 coup attempt? Immediately after part of the military tried to overthrow […]
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