Ankara - a role model for Tunis and Cairo?
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What comes after Ben Ali and Mubarak? Some observers are worried that the future Tunisian and Egyptian governments could be more Islamist and less pro-Western than in previous years. Enter Turkey. This largely Muslim country is run by a government with Islamist roots. Yet it is secular, pro-Western and has pinned its hopes on joining the EU. Can Ankara be a leading light for the new Tunis and Cairo?
Programme prepared by Kate Williams, Marie Billon and Patrick Lovett
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