Erdoğan’s government is releasing information about the case bit by bit, seemingly in an effort to control the narrative about the journalist’s fate.
Even if Turkey’s opposition curbs election fraud in Sunday’s election, the odds of overcoming his near-absolute control are low.
Tehran has always found a way to skirt even the most crippling of economic measures.
Cross-sectarian amity ahead of the vote imperils the group’s existence—so it’s lashing out violently.
Are the Gulf countries ready?