By Zeyno Baran
For centuries, Islam and the West were competing to outline Turkish identification. many years of shut cooperation among Turkey and its NATO allies generated Western self assurance that Turkey was once a competent best friend and that its democratic method was once sufficiently resilient to climate periodic political crises. yet lately, those that have sought to melt the boundary among Islam and public existence became extra geared up and influential in Turkish politics.
In Torn Country, Zeyno Baran examines the serious fight among Turkey's secularists and Islamists of their most up-to-date battles over their country's vacation spot. taking a look into the destiny of either Turkey's secularism and its democratic scan, she indicates that, for the entire flaws of its political trip, the trendy Turkish country has controlled to take care of a vital separation among faith and the political realm—a separation that's now in jeopardy.
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