Is Erdoğan trying to increase tension with the threat of a military operation?
Mesut Yeğen: Erdoğan is using Afrin, Syria and the Kurdish question in Turkey to increase tension, which in turn will benefit AKP-MHP coalition.
Can Dündar: Last year we campaigned for Aslı and this year for Ahmet
Journalist Can Dündar spoke Evrensel Daily about the present situation in Turkey and his last book 'Vatan Haini' (Traitor) which is about his exile.
Generations growing up with this curriculum cannot be scientific and secular
Eylem Nazlier discussed the content and debates surrounding the new curriculum with Professor Doctor Rıfat Okçabol, a Boğaziçi University Associate.
Aydın Engin: The Cumhuriyet case is not a legal but a political case
We spoke with Aydın Engin, a journalist for Cumhuriyet; the newspaper with 12 of its journalists, illustrators and directors in prison for 9 months.
‘Here in the very belly of imperialism, you have comrades'
Alfonso Casal, National Spokesperson for the American Party of Labor, spoke to Evrensel about the APL and the U.S. policies.
Linguist Necmiye Alpay: Demand for justice grabs Turkey in the heart
Linguist-author Necmiye Alpay: Justice March expresses the political issues and the injustice and inequality in the country.
Associate Dr Hakan Güneş: Red lines will turn pink in Syria
‘Turkey is calling the development of an ethnic political formation a red line, just like in Iraq, this red line will turn pink’
Jeremy Corbyn to try force general election
Jeremy Corbyn: I think the public want and need a stable government that can deliver a serious programme and negotiate properly in Brexit.
Fulya Atacan: A new period of upheaval in the Middle East
Professor Dr Fulya Atacan: If the ‘bringing into line’ extends to Turkey, it might bring the government down. This is what worries AKP.