Erdoğan has unleashed a massive purge in the wake of last month’s attempted coup. But he’s weaker than he appears.
Alp Kayserilioğlu is an editor at re-volt magazine and is working on his PhD on political economy, hegemony, and popular dynamics in the AKP era in Turkey. He currently lives in Cologne, Germany.
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