When things go wrong, Turkey blames its enemies. This tradition can be traced back to the Ottoman Empire and is solidly rooted in Turkish politics. Uğur Derin explores the past and present of Turkey's discourse on enemies and wonders: can it change?
Tag: Ottoman Empire
This spring marks the centenary of forced migration in Western Anatolia. The consequences of this displacement policy are still tangible; many contemporary problems such as under-development and political instability are related to it.