What would it take for the Turkish government to capture the assumed mastermind of the July 2016 coup attempt?
Is Turkey ready for global manhunt against Fethullah Gulen?
Summary: The Turkish government and its media outlets hope the new US administration will hand over the suspected mastermind of the failed coup of July 15-16, but what if Fethullah Gulen decides to play an international cat-and-mouse game with Turkey?
The world is a rough place for Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) these days. Economic and political problems and domestic unrest, not to mention serious security threats in Syria and Iraq, causes major headaches for the Turkish president and his government.
But there is some positive news for Erdogan and his AKP.