Wall Street Journal
Empowered by surviving a coup, Erdogan may be tempted to encourage an Islamist counterrevolution.
Turkey is at a pivotal point in its history following the failed coup attempt of July 15. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, having survived the coup plot, won fresh legitimacy and gained a new ally: religious fervor in the streets. Mr. Erdogan can use this impetus either to become an executive-style president, or to encourage the forces of religion to take over the country, crowning himself as an Islamic leader...
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