A year after Turkey’s July 15 coup attempt, please join the Bipartisan Policy Center for an independent and critical examination of its causes, consequences, and long-term legacy for Turkey’s foreign and domestic politics.
The coup attempt and its aftermath have exacerbated a number of alarming trends, both in Turkey and in Turkey’s relationship with the United States. In the past year, Washington has struggled to figure out an effective response in the midst of ongoing crises on Turkey’s border. Charting a path forward begins with better understanding all that has changed in Turkey over the past year.
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Bernard L. and Bertha F. Cohen Professor of International Relations, Lehigh University
Member, BPC Task Force on Managing Disorder in the Middle East
National Security Reporter, the Wall Street Journal
McCain Institute for International Peace
Resident Senior Fellow, Rafik Hariri Center for the Middle East, Atlantic Council
Senior Policy Analyst, National Security Program