Ankara - a role model for Tunis and Cairo?

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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