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The Brown Political Review is a non-partisan political publication that seeks to promote ideological diversity. All of the views reflected in BPR’s content are views held by authors and not reflective of the views held by the wider organization or the Executive Board.

Naz Akyol '17 is an International Relations concentrator on the Political Economy and Society track. She is Associate Content Director and an Associate Editor for the Brown Political Review. She is interested in the global economy, foreign policy and political philosophy.

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For a generation that has been disappointed one too many times by the promise of participatory democracy to anticipate any real change, elections of real consequence can be quite startling. That is why the results of Turkey’s general elections on S...

2015: The Year for Turkey

For a generation that has been disappointed one too many times by the promise of participatory democracy to anticipate any real change, elections of real consequence can be quite startling. That is why the results of Turkey’s general elections on S...

Turkish citizens today have not-so-distant memories of government officials and police breaking into their homes, looking under beds and in sock drawers to collect and burn banned books. For the developed nations of the Western world, the fact that t...

Turkish Internet Control

Turkish citizens today have not-so-distant memories of government officials and police breaking into their homes, looking under beds and in sock drawers to collect and burn banned books. For the developed nations of the Western world, the fact that t...