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Turkey's Democracy Is Currently Losing Its Way

Situated in one of the world’s most unstable strategic fault-lines, struggling with decades-long Kurdish insurgency, and with an economy that has seen impressive growth but is stuck in a middle-income trap, it is difficult to be optimistic about democracy in Turkey. The wide popular opposition to the attempted July coup raised hopes of a new national democratic consensus.
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