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Turkey

  • October 5, 2011 • Q&A, Theme, Turkey • Views: 1517

    Q&A: A Conversation with Bedri Baykam

    Bedri Baykam is a Turkish artist and political activist for the Republican People’s Part (CHP). He was a candidate for the presidency of his party in October 2003. This interview was conducted by Adele Rossouw. Q: You have been a...

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  • October 5, 2011 • Theme, Turkey • Views: 1542

    Struggling to Speak

    Recent reforms ended the longtime ban on the Kurdish language in Turkey. But some Kurds continue the struggle to gain full language rights....

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  • October 5, 2011 • Theme, Turkey • Views: 1574

    All Quiet on the Northern Front

    by Sanjena Sathian: Hey cousin! Which way do you want to go?” Mustafa Tunçbilek calls his best friend, Marios Epaminondes, “cousin.” The two could be related—their voices betray a similar calm demeanor, and both have the tall...

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  • October 5, 2011 • Theme, Turkey • Views: 1588

    Four Men and a Muse

    Faced with a melancholy music industry, Turkish rock band Multitap wants to give Turkish youth the sound of choice. ...

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  • October 5, 2011 • Theme, Turkey • Views: 1558

    Changing Tides

    Worsening environmental conditions in the Bosphorus Strait redefine the struggles of small fishermen. ...

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  • October 5, 2011 • Theme, Turkey • Views: 1374

    Youth in Revolt

    A Turkish political youth group reacts to the conservative AK Parti majority....

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  • December 1, 2010 • Death, Theme • Views: 1334

    Dammed

    For years, Turkey's ancient city of Hasankeyf has been flooded with problems. Soon, it may also be flooded with water. ...

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  • February 3, 2010 • Journalism, Theme • Views: 1419

    Peace Through Print

    Could journalistic practices help bring about peace between Turkish and Greek factions in Cyprus? by Emily Sosangelis...

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