Turkey at the Centennial – Part II: A Nation at the Crossroads of Continuity and Change
Read Part I of this series here. Photo Credit: sulox32 By Shawn RostkerEditor in Chief It is from the rise of the AKP that Turkey’s current president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, ascended to power. Erdogan’s emphasis on the horizontal ties of solidarity that bound together the people of Turkey rather than the vertical ties of obligation…
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WINTER OF DISCONTENT, PART I: THE PRESENT PREDICAMENT IN UKRAINE, VENEZUELA AND THAILAND
In the first part of a two part series, Staff Writer Kirstie Yu offers some explanations on what is going on right now in three key areas of unrest: Ukraine, Venezuela, and Thailand.
OLYMPIC THREATS: AS ATHLETES COMPETE, SOCHI WARDS OFF LARGER-THAN-LIFE HAZARDS
The Sochi Winter Games have had no shortage of controversies or security concerns. Staff Writer Aarushi Gupta investigates the latest happenings surrounding the Olympics in Russia.