28 February Post-Modern Coup

An Alternative View of the 28 February Coup
An Alternative View of the 28 February Coup

What was the February 28 coup? It was a special moment in Turkish politics. It was a moment of the political. The...

Friday, March 1, 2019

22 Years On Turkey's Post-Modern Coup
22 Years On: Turkey's Post-Modern Coup

On the 22nd anniversary of the February 28 coup, Turkey is at an important stage on the road of democratization. The most...

Thursday, February 28, 2019

Does the 1997 Coup Trial Suffice to Confront the History
Does the 1997 Coup Trial Suffice to Confront the History of Coups?

The room for maneuver created by the strong reaction to the 2016 coup attempt by the Turkish public and politicians must...

Saturday, March 3, 2018

The Political Economy of the Post-modern Coup
The Political Economy of the “Post-modern” Coup

One of the most tragic features of the era in terms of the relationship between politics and economics was that retired...

Wednesday, February 28, 2018

Will the 1997 Memorandum Last a Thousand Years
Will the 1997 Memorandum Last a Thousand Years?

As pro-democratic political and public actors change power balances in their favor, coup attempts become unable to achieve...

Wednesday, February 28, 2018

What Happened in Turkey on February 28
What Happened in Turkey on February 28?

Those who claim that February 28 was not a coup are only trying to cover up their own crimes. I’m not sure who coined the...

Tuesday, February 27, 2018

The Lost Human Capital of 28 February 1997 Post-modern Coup
The Lost Human Capital of 28 February 1997: Post-modern Coup Turkey

Lessons must be taken from the mistakes of the past, and from the impact of the headscarf ban, which resulted in the...

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