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Tema: Tyrkiet

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Tyrkiet
Se også: Kurderne
Jørn Andersen: Tyrkiet og den autoritære stat
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 358, mar 17 – side 14
Note: Den 16. april skal der være folkeafstemning i Tyrkiet om 18 forfatningsændringer, der bl.a. vil give præsidenten mere magt.
 
Ron Margulies: Turkey: How to stop the tanks
International Socialism Journal nr. 151, jul 16 
Note: The Turkish left has always been very fond of “the people”. Reference is frequently also made to the working class, of course, but it is the people, the oppressed, the poor who are seen as the agents of social change. People’s war, people’s assemblies, people’s liberation are popular concepts and aims.
On the evening and night of 15 July, the people came out onto the streets of all major cities, particularly Istanbul and Ankara. They came out in their thousands, to stop the military from overthrowing the govenment and taking power.
 
Tyrkiske og syriske socialister udsender fælles-erklæring mod intervention
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 353, aug 16 
Note: Tyrkiske og syriske socialister har i dag, onsdag, udsendt en fælles-erklæring:
 
Bo Nielsen: Kupforsøg i Tyrkiet
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 353, aug 16 – side 10
Note: Det var lige ved og næsten, at en folkevalgt tyrkisk regering for femte gang siden 1960 blev væltet af et militærkup. Men folkelig modstand slog kupmagerne tilbage og viste et glimt af almindelige menneskers magt mod undertrykkerne.
 
Ron Margulies: What are we to do with Islam? The case of Turkey
International Socialism Journal nr. 151, jul 16 – side 85
Note: The question of the relationship between socialists on the one hand and Muslims and Islamic organisations on the other is of burning relevance both in the West and, even more so, in the countries of the Middle East.
 
IS-tendensen: Udtalelse fra IS-tendensen: Bombeangrebene i Ankara – Blod på Erdogans hænder
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 348, okt 15 
Note: Over hundrede er døde og snesevis mere alvorligt såret efter et bombeangreb på en fredsdemonstration i den tyrkiske hovedstad, Ankara. Vi udtrykker vores medfølelse med familie, venner og kammerater til de dræbte, og vi står solidariske med alle dem, der kræver retfærdighed.
 
Ron Margulies: Tyrkisk valg er begyndelsen til enden for Erdogans regerende parti
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 345, jun 15 
Note: Præsident Recep Tayyip Erdogans Retfærdigheds- og Udviklingsparti (AKP) opnåede ikke absolut flertal ved Tyrkiets parlamentsvalg 7. juni, skriver Ron Margulies fra Istanbul.
 
SWP (Ireland): Turkish socialist on ISIS & Kobane
Note: Interview with Ozan Tekin from our sister organization DSIP in Turkey: The recent events in Kobane, ISIS, US airstrikes and the Kurdish struggle in the wider region.
 
Ron Margulies: Analysis: Dances with Wolves: Turkey and the Kurds
International Socialism Journal nr. 145, jan 15 – side 35
Note: Republic Day is celebrated with great pomp and outpourings of state-sponsored nationalism in Turkey every 29 October. Moscow-style military parades, boy scouts and girl guides and school delegations carrying huge Turkish flags used to roam through all the country’s cities until recent years.
 
Boykot DHL-stafetten!
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 330, jul 13 – side 2
Note: Den internationale transport-virksomhed DHL afholder hvert år en stafet i København. 3F’s transportgruppe opfordrer til at boykotte stafetten i solidaritet med tyrkiske DHL-arbejdere.
 
Pernille Cauchi: Tyrkiet i oprør: “Når vi står sammen og gør modstand, er vi stærke!”
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 330, jul 13 – side 8
Note: Tusindvis af mennesker har igennem den seneste måned næsten dagligt protesteret på Taksim-pladsen i Istanbul imod regeringens handlinger og politiets brutalitet.
 
Ron Margulies: Turkey: Between Islamic neoliberalism and Kemalist nationalism
International Socialism Journal nr. 139, jul 13 – side 15
Note: As Taksim Square, the centre of Istanbul, came under occupation by thousands upon thousands of mostly young Turks, the rest of the country, the government, the world and, indeed, the protesters themselves watched in amazement.
 
Ron Margulies: Turkish police try to drown out protests in vicious crackdown
Socialist Worker nr. 2358, jun 13 – side 8
Note: The occupation of Gezi Park has, for the moment, come to an end. Thousands of police stormed Taksim Square and the park last Saturday night, once again using water cannon and pepper gas.
 
Ken Olende: ‘Occupation of Taksim Square was a mosaic of anger and ideas’
Socialist Worker nr. 2358, jun 13 – side 10
Note: A protest that originally set out to save an Istanbul park spread into a movement against the Turkish government. Carol Williams spoke to activists in Taksim Square, in the days before the police destroyed their occupation while Ken Olende looks at the issues raised by the protest.
 
Interview: Tyrkiet uge 2
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 329, maj 13 
Note: Interview med Ozan Tekin fra den tyrkiske revolutionære organisation DSIP, foretaget af Socialist Worker (UK) 10. juni.
 
Turkey – the great divide
Socialist Worker nr. 2357, jun 13 – side 14
Note: The protests that have exploded in Istanbul’s Taksim Square can only be understood by seeing the pressures on Turkey’s rulers that pull them in different directions.
 
Ron Margulies: Riot cops storm Turkey’s Taksim Square
Socialist Worker nr. 2357, jun 13 – side 20
Note: As police try to remove protesters in Istanbul, Ron Margulies looks at the political make-up of the protests and their growing popularity across Turkey.
 
Ron Margulies: Rage explodes across Turkey
Socialist Worker nr. 2356, jun 13 – side 20
Note: Police were withdrawn from Istanbul’s main Taksim Square on Saturday of last week, following five days of protests.
 
Turkey’s uprising is against neoliberalism—not ‘Islamism’
Socialist Worker nr. 2356, jun 13 – side 20
Note: The opposition which found an echo with millions of people across Turkey is not in any way against the government’s alleged “Islamism”.
 
Ron Margulies: All change in Turkey
Socialist Review nr. 379, apr 13 – side 10
Note: Turkey’s ruling Islamic AKP party has been committed to neoliberalism and expanding Turkey’s regional influence. But, argues Roni Margulies, there has also been a major reshaping of the relationship between society, the state and the once all powerful Turkish military.
 
Ron Margulies: Turkey election: voters want less military influence
Socialist Worker nr. 2256, jun 11 – side 4
Note: Why have Turks voted the same party into government three times running?

The Justice and Development Party (AKP) is conservative and its government implements neoliberal economic policies strictly in line with the wishes of big business. Yet it just got 49.8 percent of the vote, up 3 percent from the last elections and up 15 percent from 2002.
 
Ron Margulies: Turkey stops being a ‘reliable friend’ of Israel
Socialist Worker nr. 2136, jan 09 – side 9
Note: For years the US and Israel have been able to rely on Turkey, a staunch ally of both countries and a key power in the Nato military alliance. But Israel’s war on Gaza has now thrown that relationship into turmoil.
 
United mass protests in Turkey shake up the region
Socialist Worker nr. 2134, jan 09 – side 2
Note: The anger at Israel’s assault on Gaza has reached new heights across the region.
One indication of the growing pressure on Israel and its allies is the change in language among politicians long considered friendly to Israel and the West.
Turkey’s prime minister Recep Erdogan told a recent rally that Israel is “perpetrating inhuman actions which would bring it to self-destruction.
 
Ron Margulies: Turkey: Cracks in the state monolith
Socialist Worker nr. 2113, aug 08 – side 5
Note: Ron Margulies reports from Turkey, where a lively week has seen two court cases that could determine the fate of the Islamic leaning government – and a plot by nationalists to initiate a coup.
 
Turkish invasion of Iraq is extension of ‘war on terror’
Socialist Worker nr. 2090, mar 08 – side 2
Note: Thousands of Turkish troops have launched an attack into northern Iraq in a dangerous escalation of their war against Kurdish separatists.
 
‘The US gave approval to Kurdish operation’: Turkish planes bomb Iraqi Kurds
Socialist Worker nr. 2082, dec 07 – side 16
Note: Turkish warplanes launched air raids on Iraqi Kurdish villagers in an escalation of its war on Kurdish militants. The raids were conducted with the connivance of the US military.
 
Cem Uzun: While Turkey's generals attack Iraq, Kurds and Turks demonstrate for peace. (online only)
Socialist Worker nr. 2080, dec 07 
Note: Last Saturday Turkish troops crossed into Iraq in a dangerous escalation of the conflict in the Middle East. The same day thousands demonstrated for peace in the town of Merzan, in Hakkari, the Turkish province from which the attacks were launched.
 
Simon Assaf: US tells Turkey: We’ll crush Kurdish rebels
Socialist Worker nr. 2074, okt 07 – side 3
Note: The US has promised Turkey that it will crush Kurdish rebels in northern Iraq who are fighting for an independent homeland in eastern Turkey.
Turkey is threatening to invade northern Iraq following a series of armed confrontations with Kurdish militants along the Iraq-Turkey border.
 
Ron Margulies: Turkish tensions threaten US in Iraq
Socialist Worker nr. 2073, okt 07 – side 4
Note: Acknowledging the genocide of Armenians in Ottoman Turkey risks causing yet more problems for the US occupation in Iraq.
 
Cem Uzun + Ron Margulies: Turkish voters deliver a blow to the military
Socialist Worker nr. 2061, jul 07 – side 4
Note: The Justice and Development Party (AKP) was re-elected on Sunday of last week with a thumping majority in the Turkish elections.
 
Interview: “Vi kæmper for fred, demokrati og lighed for alle i Tyrkiet”
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 221, nov 03 – side 11
Note: Socialistisk Arbejderavis har snakket med Zeki, der er kurder fra Tyrkiet og bosat i København.
 
News Review: Turkey: A case of trial and error
Socialist Review nr. 261, mar 02 – side 6
Note: Radical academic Noam Chomsky threw the spotlight on Turkey’s repressive laws last month when he challenged the Turkish state security court to prosecute him for sedition.
Alt. url: Socialist Review Index
 
Marlene Mejdal: EUs nye venner: Tyrkiets undertrykkere
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 179, jan 00 – side 5
Note: På Balkan sagde NATO-landene, at de ville befri kosova-albanerne ved hjælp af bomber. For som NATO udtalte: Aldrig igen skal vi opleve et regimes systematiske udrensning af en national minoritet. Men hvordan ser det ud med overgreb mod mindretal i NATO-landet Tyrkiet?
 
Turkey: A mockery of justice
Socialist Worker nr. 1675, dec 99 
Note: AN APPEAL court in Turkey upheld the death sentence on Kurdish rebel leader Abdullah Ocalan last week. The five judges said Ocalan's original trial had been "conducted in accordance with legal procedures".
 
Ida H. Jakobsen: Jordskælvet i Tyrkiet: Korruption og kynisme skyld i katastrofen
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 175, sep 99 – side 4
Note: Ca. 40.000 mennesker mistede livet da et jordskælv i midten af august ramte Tyrkiet. Ved jordskælvet blev 30.000 kvæstet, og ca. 600.000 mennesker mistede deres hjem.
 
Margit Johansen: Tyrkiet: 300.000 arbejdere på gaden mod regeringen
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 174, aug 99 – side 4
Note: Tilfangetagelsen af kurderlederen Öcalan var med til at styrke fascist-partiet De grå Ulve, der nu sidder i regering med Eceveits socialdemokrater og det konservative ANAP.
 
Rasmus Keis: Kurderne – det glemte folk: Interview: Er PKK en terror-organisation?
Socialistisk Revy nr. 13, mar 99 – side 9
Note: Kidnapningen og anholdelsen af lederen af det kurdiske arbejderparti PKK, Abdullah Öcalan, har resulteret i massive demonstrationer blandt kurdere verden over.
 
Tyrkiet, Zimbabwe: Millioner i strejke
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 173, dec 97 – side 2
Note: Årets sidste måned har set storstrejker flere steder i verden. I Tyrkiet er over 1,5 mio. offentligt ansatte gået i strejke for mere i løn. Og i Zimbabwe lå butikker og fabrikker øde i den største strejke i 25 år.
 
Tom Christiansen: Krigen mod kurderne
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 152, feb 97 – side 2
Note: Lasse Budtz, Gert Petersen m.fl.: “De uønskede – Kurdernes situation i Europa og Mellemøsten”
 
Helveg frikender Tyrkiet
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 149, dec 96 – side 2
Note: Sagen om de fem danskere, som er uønskede i Tyrkiet, er kun udtryk for en lille del af råddenskaben i landet. Den tyrkiske menneskerettighedsorganisation IHD gjorde for nylig status over de sidste 5 års ugerninger.
 
Tyrkiet: Politi går amok
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 137, jun 96 – side 3
Note: Selv om Tyrkiet prøver på at fremstå som et demokrati, der overholder menneskerettighederne, er overgreb mod venstreorienterede stadig almindelig praksis.
 
Tyrkiet ud af Irak – Frihed til Kurderne
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 115, maj 95 – side 3
Note: De tyrkiske troppers besættelse af det nordlige Irak fortsætter.
 
Tom Christiansen: Tyrkiet: Oprør mod fascistisk terror. Krig skaber økonomisk kaos
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 114, apr 95 – side 7
Note: Nedskæringer og undertrykkelse i Tyrkiet har skabt grobund for et socialt oprør.
 
Tom Christiansen: Tyrkiet: Kurderne angribes overalt
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 102, apr 94 – side 6
Note: Kurderne udsættes for systematiske overgreb i Tyrkiet. De vestlige ledere bakker op bag Tyrkiet.
 

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