Search: Fethullah Gulen (2 materials)

Turkey–USA Relations in a Tailspin: To Be Continued

... tensions were growing gradually, finally culminating in the events of summer 2016, the consequences of which are hard to overestimate. On July 15, there was an attempted government coup. Within hours, the Turkish authorities were pointing the finger at Fethullah Gulen, who lives in the United States, and hinting at “the hand of the West.” At the same time, Gulen reportedly condemned what had happened and urged the top world leaders to create an international commission to investigate the events ...


Will Erdogan resort to regional nuclear blackmail?

... generals is simply absurd. So far, more than 60,000 people in the military, judiciary, civil service, universities, schools and the media have been arrested, removed or suspended over their purported links to US-based Islamist and alleged coup mastermind, Fethullah Gulen. Yet, the West’s response has been bizarrely tepid, considering their standard deafening protests whenever a single “human rights activist” is remanded or detained in a nation not allied to the United States. The ...


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