Casablanca - The Failed coup d’état in Turkey represents a remarkable event that promises unprecedented alterations in the global political scene. Worldwide reactions have emerged since the Turkish government announced that it completely contained the coup: Governments have declared their support for the democratically elected government, and others have denounced Turkey’s arrest campaign of over 6000 suspects. Less official statements have hailed Turkey’s quick resilience and others have, inconsistently, deemed the coup as staged.

Turkey: a War on Multiple Fronts (part I)
Turkey: a War on Multiple Fronts (part I)
Ezzoubeir Jabrane is a master's student at Ain chok Faculty of Letters and Humanities.