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The Turkish president has wilfully cut himself off from any free flow of critical information
Powerful president had grown weary of Davutoglu’s attempts to assert independence
Abdullah Gul suggests concern at the concentration of power under his successor
Election reverse heralds new era of political and perhaps economic uncertainty in Turkey
Former leader speaks out against move to presidential system
Race to succeed Erdogan as prime minister and AK leader is beginning, writes Daniel Dombey
The idea of a citizen with individual rights seems alien to the leaders of Turkey, Egypt and Iraq
Desperate measures are a sign that Erdogan faces desperate times, writes Alev Scott
Although wilful and erratic, Recep Tayyip Erdogan remains his nation’s towering figure
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