William Armstrong is a freelance journalist and editor in Instanbul. He also writes in his personal blog.
Turkey as a test case in the multipolar post-Cold War order
Turkey has frequently been cited as a model for other countries in the Middle East currently undergoing an "Arab...
A temporary alliance? The AKP, Fethullah Gülen and religion in Turkish politics
With the Gülen movement emerging as a potential challenger for the governing AK Party, the future direction of...
Europe, Turkey and historical amnesia
The Turkish denial of history may well be an apt criterion for membership of the EU.
'Neo-Ottomanism', pluralism, and economic development in Turkey
It’s naive to think that Turkey has become less nationalistic in recent years; the only change has been in the...
Significant changes in Turkish religion and Turkish nationalism
Turkish society has proved to be loyal to its country rather than divided over religious and political views as...