Weekend Reading: No Way to Defeat Takfiris, Handicapping Turkey’s Elections, and Syria’s borders.
Steven A. Cook
March 29, 2014
Supporters of Turkey's Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan wave Turkish and AK Party (AKP) flags during an election rally in Istanbul March 23, 2014 (Murad Sezer/Courtesy Reuters).
Nader Bakkar says that harsh punishment, such as the recent wave of death sentences on Muslim Brotherhood members, is no way to combat radical takfiri ideology.
Michael Koplow asks what will happen after the Turkish elections?
A map showing who controls particular areas of Syria’s 19 border crossings, as well as territory inside Syria.
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