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Deux rapport sur la destruction de la liberté de la presse en Turquie

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Turkey’s New Foreign Policy: Ankara’s Ambitions, Regional Responses, and Implications for the United States – Nicholas Danforth & Aaron Stein / FOREIGN POLICY RESEARCH...

Nicholas Danforth & Aaron Stein Published by the Foreign Policy Research Institute, February 1, 2023, Copyright©2023. Access to the full paper here Abstract Over the course of the...

Turkey’s Turning Point: What Will Erdogan Do to Stay in Power? – Hanri Barkey / FOREIGN AFFAIRS

"At a time of geopolitical shocks and conflict between Russia and the West, it is the unpredictability of domestic politics that most worries Erdogan....

Turkish prosecutor seeks up to 25 years in jail for Boğaziçi students over protest of appointed rector – DUVAR english

"In their final sentencing opinion (“mütalaa”), a Turkish prosecutor has demanded up to 25 years in prison for 14 Boğaziçi University students who staged...

Sending tanks not element for solution in Ukraine-Russia war: Erdoğan – HURRIYET DAILY NEWS

On 2 February 2023, HURRIYET DAILY NEWS reported that "President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said on Feb. 1 that sending weapons to Ukraine would not serve as...

Deux rapports rendent compte de la captation de la presse par le pouvoir central en Turquie dès 2014. Autocensure, fermeture de journaux, rachat de chaines de télé par les proches du Président, emprisonnements de journalistes ont eu raison des organes de presse. Rédigés au lendemain du mouvement GEZI ces deux rapports datent de 2014. Ils rendent compte de la mise en place des mécanismes qui n’ont cessé depuis de cliver et de limiter l’espace du politique jusqu’à sa quasi disparition.

Democracy in Crisis. Corruption, Media and Power in Turkey. Susan Corke, Andrew Finkel, David J. Kramer Carla Anne Robbins, Nate Schenkkan. Freedom House Special Report, 2014. Download PDF

The Newsroom as an Open Air Prison: Corruption and Self-Censorship in
Turkish Journalism
Yavuz Baydar, Harvard Kennedy School, Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy, 2014. Download PDF

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