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Not On American Soil: Responding To The Beating Of Americans By Erdogan’s Security Personnel
David L. Phillips
Director, Program on Peace-building and Rights, Institute for ...
Members of President Tayyip Erdogan’s security detail beat up protesters in Washington, DC on May 16, 2017. Eleven people
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Michael Flynn’s Turkish Lobbying Client Defiant At Trump Hotel Event
What better place to defend the fired national security adviser than at Trump International in D.C.?
Video May Show The Order That Sent Erdogan's Guards To Beat Up U.S. Protesters
The State Department has expressed its "dismay" about last week's violence in Washington.
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Lawmakers Want Turkey To Pay For D.C. Violence. But So Far It's U.S. Residents Facing Charges.
Akbar Shahid Ahmed
New footage released Thursday evening appears to show Erdogan watching the violence.
Herrick, Feinstein Shows Support to the Turkish American Community with 'How I Succeeded'
University of Pennsylvania 15'
All the speeches and contributing speakers assembled a perfect image of the Turkish community in the U.S., exhibiting the outstanding positions Turks were holding in myriad sectors and leading businesses in the U.S.
Academic Freedom in Turkey Under Seige
Michael Shank, Ph.D.
Adjunct Assistant Professor, NYU's Center for Global Affairs
It appears that Fethullah Gülen, a U.S.-based Islamic preacher from Turkey who promotes peace and tolerance, and the schools associated with his religious Hizmet movement can't get a break.
I Speak, Therefore I Am
Arzu Kaya Uranli
Independent Journalist & Lecturer
When I had my children, I promised myself I would raise them to be bilingual so they would not feel like immigrants in the U.S,, while at the same time, not feel like tourists in Turkey.
First Nationwide Turkish Survey Reveals Millions of Turks Support Genocide Bill
Publisher of The California Courier
The long years of political advocacy for the international acknowledgment of the Armenian Genocide seem to be bearing fruit not only around the globe but also within Turkey itself.
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