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Is the DNC Hack an Act of War?

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And is the U.S. prepared to defend itself from the foreign powers who would meddle in our elections?

By Isaac Chotiner, Slate
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Europe must decide on Turkey

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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.

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Erdogan is draining Turkey's brains with purge

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By DW

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.

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Turkey tailspins into chaos

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Turkey tailspins into chaos

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

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Why Turkey's coup attempt matters big time for the United States

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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.

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