Asia-Pacific, Iran, Turkey, Politics
Asia-Pacific, Turkey, Opinion, Politics
A common enemy is all it takes sometimes. Turkey and Iran are opposing forces in the Middle-East region. However, they may have finally found some common ground in the Kurdish movement for independence in northern Iraq.
Asia-Pacific, Turkey, Politics, Science & Tech
Earlier in July, Erdogan’s government rolled out the new school curriculum in Turkey, and it has created quite a hullabaloo not only within Turkey but also outside of it.
The dictator of the Turkish (former) Republic, Recep Tayyip Erdogan has decided that Turkish students no longer need to learn about evolution. Perhaps he will just have it taught at universities as a totally flawed hypothesis at odds with theological doctrine.
Asia-Pacific, Turkey, Human Rights, Politics
Recep Erdogan tries to manifest his power in Turkey via a controversial referendum. If the past year taught us one thing then it’s the fact that a public referendum can be a cruel thing to witness.
Turkey is now a totalitarian state and no longer a representative democracy. Erdogan has, in essence, become a dictator and now has virtually unlimited power. There is no doubt that he is going to cast forth opposition parties and probably do away with what is currently the Turkish legislative system in favour of a one-party state. Unfortunately, the leaders of many western nations give him a pass on this; let’s have a look at the evidence.