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Tulin Daloglu


Tulin Daloglu is a columnist for Al-Monitor's Turkey Pulse. She has written extensively for various Turkish and American publications, including The New York Times, International Herald Tribune, The Middle East Times, Foreign Policy, The Daily Star (Lebanon) and the SAIS Turkey Analyst Report. She also had a regular column at The Washington Times for almost four years. In the 2002 general election, Daloglu ran for a seat in the Turkish parliament as a member of the New Turkey Party. She earned a masters degree in international relations at the Bilkent University in Ankara, Turkey, and a masters in journalism and public affairs at American University in Washington, DC.

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Is fate of Kurdish issue tied to Erdogan's future?

By  Tulin Daloglu | Thu, Apr 17, 2014
Key Kurdish figures tell Al-Monitor the Kurdistan Workers Party is now the sole representative of the Kurdish people, and that they will not be satisfied simply with recognition of their cultural and linguistic rights.

From child bride to mayor, Berivan Kilic tells her story

By  Tulin Daloglu | Tue, Apr 15, 2014
After an abusive marriage and a divorce, Berivan Kilic became the first woman elected co-mayor of Kocakoy, Diyarbakir, stepping forward as a role model for Kurdish women.

Turkey's top court upholds separation of powers

By  Tulin Daloglu | Fri, Apr 11, 2014
Turkey’s Constitutional Court overturned a bill strengthening the powers of the minister of justice over the Supreme Council of Judges and Prosecutors.

Erdogan disrespects Turkey’s top court

By  Tulin Daloglu | Wed, Apr 9, 2014
Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan says a decision of Turkey’s Constitutional Court, which could be responsible for dealing with corruption allegations against his administration, has “denigrated national values” by overturning his ban on Twitter.

Erdogan, Gul to discuss presidential elections

By  Tulin Daloglu | Mon, Apr 7, 2014
The March 30 local elections may have boosted Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s chances to become the first elected president of Turkey on Aug. 10, but his run for that office will likely first depend on a deal between the prime minister and President Abdullah Gul.
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