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Turkey’s economic woes have huge consequences for Europe. It’s time Berlin steps in.

With this victory, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan will assume extensive presidential powers—but the Turkish opposition still has something to build on.

One month ahead of elections in Turkey, President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan remains the most likely winner. But the country’s political landscape has already changed.

Turkey’s relationship with Europe seems to be heading for rock bottom. But there is scope to rebuild ties with Germany and the EU on the economic front.

The referendum in Turkey will likely mark the end of the Kemalist era.

The dire situation in Greece and turmoil in Turkey are making the current refugee deal unsustainable.

Public opinion polls on the EU-Turkey relationship show the depth of the problem.

The West’s first task: reassuring Turkey of its place in the world.

The extent of political purges in Turkey after the failed coup confronts the EU with thorny questions.

Trying to settle a historical question, Germany’s parliament has provoked new ones.

A furious president, an outdated law, and an unrepentant comedian have caught Germany’s chancellor in a double bind.

The EU-Turkey deal on refugees is fundamentally flawed.

Its foreign policy in tatters, Turkey reluctantly joins the anti-IS coalition.