Can Turkey Be A Model For The Arab World?

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Read Jackson Diehl's Washington Post piece "Turkey's Government is the New Normal in the Middle East"

The Turkish economy is booming and changes to the constitution have expanded rights for women and minorities. Washington Post columnist Jackson Diehl argues that while the Turkish government has its shortcomings, it could become a model for Islamic governments throughout the Middle East.

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