Deep state of crisis: re-assessing risks to the Turkish State
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The accelerating erosion of Turkish democracy over the past decade has often been described in terms of President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s authoritarian ambitions and growing accumulation of personal power. Yet what this undeniably accurate narrative sometimes fails to convey is the extent to which Erdoğan’s authoritarianism has weakened the Turkish state itself.
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