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Middle East For Turkey's Erdoğan, pivotal point in march toward consolidating power

When he took power in 2002, President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan was known as a humble Islamic populist. Fourteen years later, his control is near absolute.

There is no doubt in the mind of Aisha Özkan Kale about where Turkey is headed – and about the wisdom of the man who is leading Turks there.

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