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July 22, 2016

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How Erdogan Made Turkey Authoritarian Again
Steven A. Cook
TURKISH PRESIDENT TAYYIP ERDOGAN CHAIRS A NATIONAL SECURITY COUNCIL MEETING AT THE PRESIDENTIAL PALACE IN TURKEY. (REUTERS)

TURKISH PRESIDENT TAYYIP ERDOGAN CHAIRS A NATIONAL SECURITY COUNCIL MEETING AT THE PRESIDENTIAL PALACE IN TURKEY. (REUTERS)

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's widening purge and crackdown are just the logical conclusion of a story that has been unfolding for the better part of a decade—and it seems destined to accelerate after last week's failed coup d'état. Read the op-ed »

UNDERSTANDING THE ATTEMPTED COUP IN TURKEY

Erdogan's Outlook
Steven A. Cook

Steven A. Cook considers Erdogan's possible next moves, the Gulen movement, potential shifts in the Turkish government, and the future of Turkey's relationship with the United States, the European Union, and North American Treaty Organization (NATO). Listen to the discussion »

 
Is Turkey's Shaky Economy a Global Concern?
Robert Kahn

Turkey's failed coup looks set to deliver a substantial blow to Turkey's already wobbly economy. It could also renew concerns, post-Brexit, about global emerging markets more broadly. Read more on Macro and Markets »

 
Turkey's Prospects After the Coup Attempt
Kemal Kirisci

Major tests lie ahead for Turkey's relations with the United States and the European Union as President Erdogan moves to consolidate power. Read the CFR Interview »

 
Turkey's Troubling Turn
Soner Cagaptay

Although the attempted takeover complicates the country's crackdown on terrorism, its security problems began long before this summer's turmoil. Read more on ForeignAffairs.com »

 
A FEMALE MEMBER OF THE NATO KOSOVO FORCE SPEAKS WITH ANOTHER MEMBER. (SRDJAN ZIVULOVIC/REUTERS) / A HEALTH WORKER FUMIGATES AS PART OF PREVENTIVE MEASURES AGAINST THE ZIKA VIRUS. (MARIANA BAZO/REUTERS) A FEMALE MEMBER OF THE NATO KOSOVO FORCE SPEAKS WITH ANOTHER MEMBER. (SRDJAN ZIVULOVIC/REUTERS) / A HEALTH WORKER FUMIGATES AS PART OF PREVENTIVE MEASURES AGAINST THE ZIKA VIRUS. (MARIANA BAZO/REUTERS)

A FEMALE MEMBER OF THE NATO KOSOVO FORCE SPEAKS WITH ANOTHER MEMBER. (SRDJAN ZIVULOVIC/REUTERS) / A HEALTH WORKER FUMIGATES AS PART OF PREVENTIVE MEASURES AGAINST THE ZIKA VIRUS. (MARIANA BAZO/REUTERS)

Women Make NATO Stronger
Jamille Bigio

At its Warsaw Summit, NATO leaders assessed how to make the alliance more modern, ready, and responsive. They agreed that one way to do so was to better engage women. Read more on Women Around the World »

 
Fund Seizure Will Not Impact Malaysia
Joshua Kurlantzick

The U.S. Justice Department announced it was seizing more than $1 billion in assets misappropriated from a Malaysian economic development fund, 1MDB. But the seizure is unlikely to lead to change in Malaysian domestic politics. Read more on Asia Unbound »

 
Could Zika Be the Next HIV?
Laurie Garrett

The Zika virus is poised to make a leap similar to HIV and the stalemate in Congress to fund Zika research places women at dire risk. Read the op-ed »

 
U.S. Needs New South China Sea Strategy
Jennifer M. Harris

China's real game in the South and East China Seas is an economic one. And until Washington develops a strategy that recognizes this and responds accordingly, it should not expect that either UN rulings or U.S. military exercises will constrain China. Read the op-ed »

 
GOP No Longer Leads on Homeland Security
Edward Alden

The Republican party seems to have forgotten what it learned during the years following the 9/11 terrorist attacks—and that could have serious and damaging consequences for the United States. Read more on Renewing America »

An Audio Preview of the World Next Week

An Audio Preview of the World Next Week

In this week's podcast, James M. Lindsay and Robert McMahon discuss the Democratic National Convention, Turkey's failed coup, and Brazil's Olympic village. Listen to the podcast »

 

WORLD EVENTS CALENDAR

July 25—28
Democratic National Convention
CFR Resources on: Campaign 2016 »

View the Calendar »

INSIDE CFR

Media coverage of corruption, pollution, and censorship in China might lead outsiders to believe that Chinese citizens are unhappy with their government, but George Washington University's Bruce Dickson offers evidence to the contrary in an interview with CFR's Elizabeth C. EconomyListen to the podcast »

 

Brexit and Beyond

Brexit and Beyond

Foreign Affairs' new Brexit anthology offers a half century of context and analysis on Britain’s historical ambivalence toward Europe, from the tussle over the Common Market to the referendum's stunning outcome. Explore the anthology »

 
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