Disasters Expose Erdoğan’s Paper Tiger Sultanate
By Burak Bekdil

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: Wildfires and floods in August revealed how weak Turkey is in the face of natural disasters, and how skewed are the priorities of President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan. Once again, Turks failed to unite in a time of national sorrow. ANKARA, TURKEY — September 3, 2021 — August was an unfortunate month for Turkey. Firefighters and locals had to …

TribuneDisasters Expose Erdoğan’s Paper Tiger Sultanate
By Burak Bekdil

Why Turkey Incites Jihadi Terror in France
By SETH FRANTZMAN

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A terrorist attack at a church in France on Thursday followed a week of Turkish incitement, including the use of mass media in Turkey to push for “retaliation” against France, such as boycotts, attacks on French President Emmanuel Macron, insults and rants directed against a French magazine and comparing France to the “Crusades.” Ankara apparently succeeded in radicalizing at least …

eHeziWhy Turkey Incites Jihadi Terror in France
By SETH FRANTZMAN