By SEMİH İDİZ, Hurriyet
As details of the failed coup attempt continue to unravel, big questions are also looming about Turkey’s future ties with the U.S. and Europe. With anti-western sentiments among Turks reaching fever-pitch, it seems that something will have to give soon.
Universities in Turkey are being systematically brought to heel. Hundreds of academics are being sacked. Soon the country will face a brain drain, with very serious consequences, DW's Judith Hartl writes.
The army is also alarmed at Erdogan's increasingly authoritarian rule and moves to enact legislation that would dismantle Turkey's parliamentary democracy in favour of an all-powerful presidency
By Mubashir Noor
By Ryan Browne, CNN
The Turkish government appeared to be regaining control of major cities Saturday the morning after a faction of the Turkish military tried to take over the country. A failed coup in Turkey -- a longtime ally of the U.S. and member of NATO -- could have significant and wide-ranging implications for the U.S.