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Diyarbakir: The City of Resistance, the City that Refuses to Die

  There is nothing more representative of civilization than cities. Cities have complex lives, and when a city dies, a whole system of spatial aesthetics, an entire social world, and the habitat of infinite interwoven memories whither away. This is … Continue reading

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Europe’s Compromise with Turkish Fascism

The serious threat the European project is facing is not immigration but the European leaders’ fear of the Other. It is that fear that made them make fatal deals with Erdogan’s regime at the expense of the very principles that … Continue reading

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