Recep Tayyip Erdogan


Trump’s betrayal of the Kurds spurs the drumbeat to end his presidency

His most abject apologists can see the truth: Trump has exposed a steadfast ally in the fight against ISIS to invasion and persecution

The reckoning for right-wing populists is coming

Adnan R. Khan: Politicians who bullied their way to power through fear—like Trump and Turkey’s Erdogan—have failed to delivered economic prosperity, and voters are noticing
President of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan

How Turkey is playing Saudi Arabia

Adnan R. Khan reports from Istanbul on why Turkey is turning up the pressure on its stronger Middle East rival over the killing of Jamal Khashoggi
Russian President Vladimir Putin visits Turkey

Why Turkey, not Trump, is the NATO wildcard

Adnan R. Khan: Ignore Trump and his theatrics. The real issue when NATO meets will be Turkey and its dangerous drift into Russia’s orbit.
Results Of The Turkish Presidential Election Are Announced

Turkey’s election should be a warning for Western democracy

Adnan R. Khan in Istanbul: Erdogan’s brand of populism still wins, and it’s an example of what happens in a country that has no political centre
Justice Rally Held by Turkey’s Opposition Republican People’s Party

’This is how the horror spreads’

Turkey’s movement for justice is facing off against its authoritarian president. Turkish activists are wondering: Why isn’t Canada helping?

Pro-Erdogan muscle against D.C. protesters came from Canada

Two Toronto men in attack made failed refugee claims here 15 years ago. One cited distaste for waging war on Kurds.
Recep Tayyip Erdogan

When Trump meets Erdogan, who will blink first?

The two leaders have remarkably similar personalities. But when they meet, they will face a dangerous divide over the war in Syria.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan

Why Turkish diplomats are pressuring Canada’s Somali diaspora

Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s regime is flexing its diplomatic muscles to hunt its opponents wherever they are in the world
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Ankara

Turkey is the new ’sick man’ of Europe

Giving new powers to Turkey’s president won’t stop terrorism or build bridges in a divided country. It’s just another sign of Turkey’s darkening future.