Authors: Morton I. Abramowitz, Senior Fellow, The Century Foundation, and Henri J. Barkey
Council on Foreign Relations
Turkey hopes to be a global power, but it has not yet become even the regional player that the ruling AKP declares it to be. Can the AKP do better, or will it be held back by its Islamist past and the conservative inclinations of its core constituents?
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