Following US President Biden’s remarks about Armenian Killings being a “genocide”, Tasha Johnson dissects Turkey’s protracted history of Kurdish erasure and what the term “genocide” entails.
Will Nixon explores the disagreements and controversies surrounding this year’s Eurovision competition.
The Turkish President, Recep Erdogan, has been facing backlash after appointing a new rector from his political party for Bogazici University and later for making several anti-LGBTQ+ claims against protesting students. Ioana Grădinaru reports.
The situation on the border between Turkey and Greece is rapidly escalating out of control, as migrants attempting to reach a new home and safe haven in Europe have engaged in violent clashes with riot […]
The US has withdrawn from the conflict in Syria, as promised by President Trump in 2016. However, the consequences of this decision are just beginning to shine through. What is left for the region after […]
Political analyst Dr. Irfan Raja discusses the need for the United Nations to ensure a fair future to Kashmir. This year, the United Nations General Assembly has turned 74 years old. The General Assembly is […]
Joe Robinson, 25, was arrested and charged with terrorism offenses while on holiday in Turkey last year. He was accused of being a member of the YPG, a Kurdish armed group classed as a terrorist […]
A destination popular with tourists for its beautiful beaches and mouth-watering kebabs, but sadly, Turkey is no stranger to the incarceration of their journalists. Taking the lead as the world’s leading jailer of journalists, […]
As another term begins and we dutifully file into lecture theatres, classrooms, or downstairs to the living room because it’s raining out and there’s lecture capture these days, we can remain confident our respective subjects […]
Earlier this week, Turkey announced they were reaching the end of the road for being able to accept refugees. With Assad relentlessly shaking Syria like a piggy bank, Turkey is struggling to cope with the […]
Monday I go inside Tesco to the perennially busy Meal Deal aisle. Today, six students have huddled round a spilled Fanta and are pointing accusatory fingers at one another. I skirt round and peruse the […]