A military dictatorship would've ended democracy; suppressing the coup is deepening polarization.
The days of secular Kemalism were over long before last week's failed coup.
How Turks answer the 'who dunnit' question depends a lot on their political views.
The Turkish people poured into the streets to save him. He owes them one.
The coup failed, but serious domestic and international crises may be coming.
The Istanbul airport attack reflects a new reality: it's easy for ISIS to get into Turkey, and increasingly hard for it to get into Europe.
Its attacks deepen the nation's political and ethnic divides. That's the strategy.
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