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Which way now for Turkey? (Part 2)

After the referendum last weekend, which way now is Turkey leading? A vote for change has brought world wide approval. The constitution in Turkey was written under military rule. What does the possibility of change mean for an often tense realtionship between politics, the army and religion in Turkey?

Judah GRUNSTEIN, Managing Editor, World Politics Review
Can BUHARALI, Executive Board Member, EDAM (Centre for Economics and Foreign Policy Studies)
Jasper MORTIMER, France 24 Correspondent
Samim AKGÖNÜL, Professor in history and political sciences, Université de Strasbourg

Program prepared by Yi Song and Perrine Desplats.

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2014-11-27 colonialism

Hollande and Africa: French president speaks to France 24

On the eve of his trip to Ebola-stricken Guinea and the weekend summit of Francophone nations in Senegal, Hollande speaks to France 24, RFI and TV5 about home-grown jihadists,...

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2014-11-26 Christians

The Pope's wake-up call: How to kickstart 'haggard' Europe (part 2)

On his arrival in Strasbourg the Pope received a rousing welcome... before proceeding to roast the EU. Pope Francis used the opportunity to draw attention to rising nationalism...

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2014-11-26 Pope Francis

The Pope's wake-up call: How to kickstart 'haggard' Europe

On his arrival in Strasbourg the Pope received a rousing welcome... before proceeding to roast the EU. Pope Francis used the opportunity to draw attention to rising nationalism...

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2014-11-25 Barack Obama

After Ferguson: What's broken in America?

It was a predictable decision followed by a predictable reaction. Riots in Ferguson, Missouri greeted the grand jury's refusal to issue an indictment against the police officer...

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2014-11-25 Barack Obama

After Ferguson: What's broken in America? (part 2)

It was a predictable decision followed by a predictable reaction. Riots in Ferguson, Missouri greeted the grand jury's refusal to issue an indictment against the police officer...

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