Turkey is headed to its second parliamentary election in five months with snap polls slated for November 1. The election will take place in a highly charged atmosphere with escalating violence and financial volatility.
The renewed conflict between Turkey and the terrorist Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) is spreading throughout the country with the rise of ethnic tensions posing a big threat to internal harmony.
Even a peace rally in the capital Ankara was hit by suicide bombers marking the deadliest terror attack in Turkey’s history.
Turkey, which has always been the most stable country in a turbulent region, risks its security being seriously jeopardised unless the violence is urgently stopped and the Read More