Ana Yazılar

Failed Coups and Their Aftermaths: European Examples

by Hazal Duran

Spain and Greece followed the same path in the transition to democracy after a failed coup. The EU played a critical role and made some concessions to promote their memberships. However, when it comes to Turkey’s July 15 coup attempt case, the EU seems not to take any responsible steps to help Turkey expurgate the ruins of the coup attempt.

Ana Yazılar

The July 15 coup plotters were mainly of the rank of Brigadier General, becoming generals in 2012, 2013 and 2014, entering the military high schools in the early 1980s and the military academies during the mid-1980s.

Ana Yazılar

The transnational networks of FETO may eventually become a Messianic elite diaspora network that may not only threaten Turkey’s interests but also manipulate the politics of the host countries.

Ana Yazılar

Why should not the West love the Gülenists?

by Ali Aslan

Below the iceberg, Gülenism has a real face, a dark obscurantist zeal for world domination, in terms of its goals, and the path chosen to achieve them contradicts almost everything that is Western. As this Janus-faced structure of the Gülenists unfolds, the interests and ideals of the West will fall apart.

Ana Yazılar

How Did Iranians Approach the Failed Coup Attempt in Turkey?

by Serhan Afacan

Fortunately, many Iranians inside the country see any coup attempt as categorically damnable, as they welcome the popular resistance in Turkey that heroically crushed the putschists on July 15.

Ana Yazılar

Is German Law Being Politicized?

by Mehmet Osman Gülyeşil

A speech by a supreme Turkish authority could have been interpreted as a strong and symbolic behaviour for representative democracy. This has to be considered through the lens of traditional civil rights in which public communication is constitutive for a free democratic order.

Ana Yazılar

The End of the Turkish-American ‘Alliance’ after the Failed Coup?

by Şener Aktürk

Most Turks believe that the United States is behind the Gülenists in general and the recent military coup attempt in particular, as even the New York Times belatedly found out: “Turks can agree on one thing: US was behind failed coup.”

Hazal Duran

Failed Coups and Their Aftermaths: European Examples

Spain and Greece followed the same path in the transition to democracy after a failed coup. The EU played a critical role and made some concessions to promote their memberships. However, when it comes to Turkey’s July 15 coup attempt case, the EU seems not to take any responsible steps to help Turkey expurgate the ruins of the coup attempt.

Talha Köse

Disclosing the Transnational Dimension of FETO

The transnational networks of FETO may eventually become a Messianic elite diaspora network that may not only threaten Turkey’s interests but also manipulate the politics of the host countries.

INVESTIGATION The Future of Turkish-Egyptian Relations

The Future of Turkish-Egyptian Relations

The New Turkey investigated the future of Turkish-Egyptian relations.

INVESTIGATION Sykes-Picot: After a Century

Sykes-Picot: After a Century

The New Turkey investigated the current repercussions of the troubling legacy of Sykes-Picot.

Failed Coup-Attempt in Turkey: What happened on July 15?

On July 15, 2016, a small group of illegally organized soldiers within the Turkish Armed Forces, loyal to FETO (Gulenist Terror Organization), plotted a failed coup in Turkey.

INTERVIEW German Media and Turkey

German Media and Turkey

Media is not a global vending machine, where you go and want something. If you want something, you need to get it done yourself.

INTERVIEW Going Back to the Origins: Change and Continuity in Egyptian Society

Going Back to the Origins: Change and Continuity in Egyptian Society

The New Turkey interviewed the director of the Yunus Emre Institute in Cairo and tried to understand the current situation of the Egyptian society.